Okay, they offer carrying cases for iBooks, iMacs, Cubes, and flat panel displays. Now Willow Design has released its first general usage roller case system for the “multi-day traveller” who needs to pack light or the daily commuter with too much to carry.
The Inter-urban Roller fits the PowerBook with its own separate slipcase, and personal items in a covered lower level compartment, according to Nigel Peck of Willow Design. The new roller case also features a unique second bag system designed to stretch the amount you can legally and safely carry as on-board luggage, he added.
Your laptop has its own integral slipcase, plus separate compartments for a portable printer and accessories. Plus, there’s a separate, lower level for additional paperwork or personal items. Two external front organizer pockets fill the entire surface for maximum space utilization. The top, smaller pocket is handy for tickets, change, etc., while the lower bellow sided pocket holds letter sized items. Two lower level dividers can be used for separating extra items or clothing for trips.
The case is constructed of polyester and nylon fabric with multiple layer,1/8-inch foam, and polystyrene protection throughout for “the maximum protection with the minimum of space loss,” Peck said. When it comes to hoofing it, there’s a three-stage extension pull handle with nylon/rubber ball bearing roller wheels. There’s also top and side padded wrap handles, and a contoured, thick foam shoulder carry strap. The price is US$250.
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