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Targus XL Rolling Case Designed for 17-Inch Notebooks, Black (TXL717)

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XL Rolling Case
  • In-line skate wheels and 3-stage telescoping handle
  • Fits most notebooks with 17 inch screens
  • Comfortable ergonomic handle
  • Meets carry-on restrictions for most major airlines
New Product Version: This new version of the Targus XL rolling case for 17-inch notebooks does not include a strap.


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Targus XL Rolling Case Designed for 17-Inch Notebooks, Black (TXL717) + HDE 17" Widescreen Laptop Notebook Sleeve Carrying Flip Case Bag for Fujitsu, Samsung, Dell, Acer, ASUS Eee PC, Gateway, HP, Sony, Compaq, IBM, Mac, Sharp, Toshiba models
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Technical Details

Style: XL Rolling Case
  • Operating System: Windows
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Product Details

Style: XL Rolling Case
  • Product Dimensions: 14.5 x 18.5 x 7 inches ; 7.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 7.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0000BZOGY
  • California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 warning.
  • Item model number: TXL717
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (981 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: August 6, 2003

Product Description

Style: XL Rolling Case

The new Targus XL Rolling laptop Case combines the features of the XL laptop Case with rolling capabilities for travel ease. With its 36" telescoping handle, "in-line skate" wheels, air cushion protection system and ample storage space, this rolling laptop case is the easiest way to transport all of your mobile computing essentials. And the removable accessory pouches allow for maximum versatility!

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Customer Reviews

The bag is wide- a 17" laptop fits easily in it.
Teri Persinger
Update: I have been using this backpack for over 3 years to carry my laptop, tablets, and gear to work and back on a daily basis and I still love it!
David Brent Larsen
If you are like me, and you have a large amount of books and other stuff to carry around, this bag is perfect.
Derek J. Elwell

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

154 of 159 people found the following review helpful By Derek J. Elwell on June 21, 2006
Style Name: XL Backpack Verified Purchase
If you are like me, and you have a large amount of books and other stuff to carry around, this bag is perfect. And it has several pockets to store sunglasses, a bag lunch, a nice cell phone pouch that can fit anything from a reasonably sized Nokia to a clamshell phone hanging off of the left shoulder strap, Palm Pilot, iPod - with even a slot to fit your earbuds or headphones through, although that's kind of tricky -- a very well-padded storage area for your Notebook computer, all the connections and wires that accompany it, and, top it all off, a place for your water bottle.

If you are taking a lot of classes with a lot of books, the compartments are very spacious and can hold a lot. Unlike most reviewers here I find it very comfortable when full, and not heavy at all once you are used to a little extra weight.

Overall, I highly recommend this product, especially for the price, since a similarly equipped bag should cost over $[...] or more (but don't tell that to Amazon or the Manufacturer :D )
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282 of 297 people found the following review helpful By Todd on December 20, 2006
Style Name: XL Backpack
This thing is a MONSTER! It can hold as big a laptop as you could possibly own, with room to spare. Lots of compartments, almost too many. Bigger, in this case, is not better for me (but I don't have a giant laptop). Two things to keep in mind: 1. It can slip off your shoulders if you are a smaller framed person. My female co-worker tried it and this was a problem for her. 2. It is too big to be considered your "personal item" as an airline carry on. This is the kicker for me, as I travel quite a bit and my laptop backpack has to count as my personal item so that I can also bring my rolling carry-on suitcase. If you only need to bring a single bag on a short trip, this bag has plenty of room for a change of clothes, toiletries, etc., but if you need to bring more, then this bag will count as your big carry-on with most airlines. Just wanted to give people a heads-up!
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96 of 101 people found the following review helpful By M. Terry on July 5, 2007
Style Name: XL Backpack
If you have a 17" laptop, then you know your choices for bags are small. I've always had good luck with Targus accessories, and this backpack is no exception. It's well constructed and made of good materials.

The compartments are varied and evenly distributed and (mostly) easy to access. The backpack is very adjustable, from the shoulder straps, to the waist strap, to the pouch straps (which allow you to place bulkier items in the inner pouch). The outer pouch/compartments even flip open with snap-clips for easier access).

There is no "one size fits all" for laptop bags, but this bag seems to have room to spare. I have a Toshiba P105-S9722 17" widescreen laptop that weighs in near 10lbs with the power supply included. The laptop slides effortlessly into the padded compartment (which is at the "bottom" meaning closest to your back when worn as designed). The compartment has a velcro strap to help prevent sliding. The compartment above the laptop has a sturdy base as yet another level of protection to prevent potential damage of your laptop. I find this very useful because I place my powersupply (1lb+ brick), power cord, and other misc. cords in there.

I've used this backpack as carry-on while traveling from NH to CA, and it was packed solid, but everything was very accessible and it still managed to fit under the seat as per airline regulations and JUST met the height/width/depth maximum limits. This may vary from airline to airline though.
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45 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Chris Meirose on April 7, 2006
Style Name: XL Backpack Verified Purchase
I previously had an Icon bag for my Presario R3030. The computer was at the upper limits of what my old bag would hold. When my TXL617 arrive, I grabbed my notebook and found that this bag could hold a considerably larger laptop. It's gigantic! The physical dimensions of my laptop are: size: 10.96 (l) x14.25 (w)x1.8(h) weight: 7.8 lbs. There is a couple of extra inches side to side, numerous inches up and down extra, and plenty of depth still available.

There are also a ton of pockets on this bag. So many that it is possible to put something in it, and then struggle to find which pocket you put it in! I also like the sleeve for documents in the main part(middle compartment). The water bottle pocket is a huge bonus and I am glad they included it.

Negatives: I like the flip down pocket, but the way it attaches at the top (plastic quick release tabs) causes the top to roll "in" and to pucker which makes for accessing the top small pocket on the flip down annoying. Plus it looks a bit strange when it rolls down. Attaching the straps at the top of the flap would've solved this (they are sewn on an inch down). Also, because of the size of this bag, it is honestly possible to pack it with a crippling amount of weight if you don't pay attention. For me as a Seminary Student that space comes in handy, but not everyone wants a nearly wheel barrow sized backpack! Additionally, with the size of this pack, Targus should have put a couple of internal stays to strengthen the vertical rigidity of the pack, and that would've made carrying larger loads more comfortable. As it is, it is pretty comfortable loaded. It also includes a hip belt that is nice when it is really packed full. You might need help getting it off if you do indeed ever fill it to capacity with books!
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