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Review: House of Marley Lively Up Leather Scout Pack laptop bag

The Lively Up Leather Scout Pack is good-looking, eco-friendly, and adjusts to fit all sorts of goodies, but it could be a bit more comfortable.

Review: Slappa's Transit Messenger Bag has a sweet design and an immense carrying capacity

Slappa's 17-inch Transit Messenger bag is not messing around.

Review: Ju-Ju-Be Giga Be Earth laptop bag

The Giga Be Earth is a great option for a woman who needs a comfortable, practical bag and wants simple style with some subtle flair.

Review: Skooba Design Laptop Weekender V.3 laptop duffel

If you're a weekend traveler who likes to carry as much tech as clothing, this flexible duffel may be for you.

Targus Sport 26L Backpack Review

A comfortable, sturdy bag with plenty of pockets and an impressively low price.

Happy Owl's MacBook Air briefcase is slim, sturdy, and stylish

A true unisex bag is difficult to find, and even rarer is a unisex bag that's attractive and well made. Happy Owl Studio's Briefcase for MacBook Air meets all those criteria.

Hex's Fleet Sonic is a laptop backpack for all-purpose use

With room for a 17-inch MacBook, an iPad, plus all of the appropriate chargers and cables, you’ll find that Hex's Fleet Sonic Backpack has ample space to pack your daily essential items--and then some.

Saxby Laptop Messenger is a solid bag if you don't overfill it

Knomo’s compact Saxby Laptop Messenger holds your 15-inch MacBook Pro and everything else you need...but it can’t close when full.

WaterField's CitySlicker MacBook Case is slick as can be

WaterField Designs's latest offering, the CitySlicker MacBook case, is a hybrid of a laptop sleeve and lightweight shoulder bag. While the bag's snap-closure mechanisms aren't ideal, it's otherwise a near-perfect choice for MacBook users who want something slim and professional-looking with just the hint of a rugged side.

Caro All Day Laptop Bag is spacious but bulky

The Caro offers a multitude of compartments, but it gets bulky before it's half full. Add an awkward handle length and questionable construction, and while the Caro seems appealing on first glance, it needs a tune-up before we can recommend it.