Thursday, July 19, 2012

Targus Checkpoint-Friendly 16” Mobile Elite Roller - Review

Are you looking for a high quality bag for your electronics, are you traveling this summer perhaps to Blogher? If so you need to protect your electronics, and I would recommend Targus. Here is a little more information about Targus from the website:

Targus created the mobile accessory category with its invention of the laptop case over 25 years ago. The company continues to advance the mobile accessories category with innovative and relevant solutions for today's mobile lifestyle.
Provide technology for a diverse group of people — enabling them to do more, stay connected socially, and express their lives at work and at home.
Targus products enhance productivity, connectivity, and security, liberating users to work in any and all environments with the utmost convenience and comfort.

I was very fortunate to be able to review the:

The Targus Checkpoint-Friendly Mobile Elite Roller is designed to help you clear airport security without removing your laptop from your case. The results are:

• Quicker airport processing
• Reduced risk of laptop loss, theft, or damage
• Greater privacy and security

Constructed to fit 16" widescreen laptops, the workstation includes pen loops, a business card holder and accessory pockets. Featuring a large separate compartment for apparel storage, this roller provides plenty of space for overnight trips or extra office supplies. The ergonomic telescoping handle retracts into a zippered compartment when not in use and the case includes a dual carry handle for added convenience. The Checkpoint-Friendly Mobile Elite Roller is a functional transit case designed for professionals on the go.

My Review:
When my wife showed me the bag we received from Targus Checkpoint-Friendly 16” Mobile Elite Roller  I was happy to see a rolling computer bag! I’m the pack mule who usually schleps the laptop around the airport because I’ve got a strong back and a high constitution. Not really, but as the guy it’s my duty and it stinks. I always thought the best bag for a laptop would be a backpack, just toss it on your back and off you go. In reality that’s a great idea or so I thought.

Having to dig the laptop out of the backpack is a problem, our laptop barely fits and it’s a royal pain to get it back into the laptop when the bag is full of all my stuff. Then I have to cram it back into the bag, get my shoes on, put my belt back on and make sure I didn’t leave anything behind at security! This is a daunting task and I’m glad I won’t have to do it any longer. The Mobile Elite Roller from Targus is perfect for me, it lets me carry all of my gadgets and when passing though security I can just zip off the laptop bag part of the bag and slide it through the machine. No more wrestling with the backpack! And the icing on top of this delicious cake is that the bag is on wheels! It rolls! My back is saved!
I never would have thought something as simple as a wheeled bag would get me amped but this bag does. It have the right amount of storage for everything I want to make sure is with me on the plane and I have enough room in the bag to fit a just in case set of clothes in it, you know the just in case the airline loses me bag I have clean clothes.

 Its shape is cool, not quite a square or a rectangle somewhere in the middle but the perfect shape to be able to fit in an overhead compartment and not have to worry about your bag being an odd shape. If you’re looking for a great laptop bag this is it, everything you could want in a laptop bag is right here and anything that makes getting through security easier is worth its weight in gold. I would highly recommend picking up a Targus bag, it is a must for travel.

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