This week’s roundup includes several bags that make it difficult for thieves to make off with your MacBook. Read on!
The Anti-Theft Laptop Backpack ($84.60 MSRP; $40 on Amazon) can be used for laptops up to 14 inches. Its main zipper is hard to find—unless you, the owner, who will know where it is already—making it difficult for pick-pockets to snatch hardware from the bag. It’s made of nylon, and comes in five different colors.
The SecureTrek 15-inch Laptop Carrying Case ($100 MSRP; $82 on Amazon) includes a SecureTrek Lock Base that lets you click in the hammerhead zipper to deter thefts; you can also use one of Kensington’s portable laptop locks to secure the bag to a fixed object. Either way, this bag will make it tough to take your stuff.
The Leather Hard Cover Case for MacBook ($66.79 MSRP, on sale for $60.72) offers protection and style—it comes in five different colors—and it’s functional, too, featuring a heat-releasing design that will keep your laptop from overheating.
The SmartFit Laptop Riser with Wireless Phone Charging Pad ($100 MSRP) puts your laptop up to eye level, while using the lower platform for wireless smartphone charging.
This company has added the Rugged USB-C (starting at $140 for 1TB of storage) to its lineup of “rugged” external hard drives. The device is also Thunderbolt 3 compatible, offers transfer speeds of up to 130MB, and comes in versions with as much as 4TB of storage.
A whole line of new products from this company: Logitech M220 Silent (pictured, $25 MSRP; same price on Amazon) and the Logitech M330 Silent Plus ($30 MSRP; same price on Amazon) wireless mice both offer noise-reduction features, while the Logitech M720 Triathlon Multi-Device Mouse ($70 MSRP) lets you pair and switch seamlessly between three computers “so you can power through tasks.”
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