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Case Logic 17-Inch Laptop and Tablet Briefcase, Black (DLC-117)
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- Elevated, nylex-lined, padded pocket protects up to a 10.1 inch tablet
- Organization panel inside the front pocket stores your cell phone, iPod and business essentials while also allowing plenty of space for power cords
- Zippered back panel pocket with integrated smartphone slip pocket provides discrete storage for items you want to keep close at your side
- Fits devices 15.4 x 1.2 x 10.5 inches
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|Color||Black||Black||Black||Black with collapsible handles|
|Item Dimensions||1.4 x 17.3 x 11 in||12.5 x 18.3 x 2.2 in||4.33 x 16.54 x 14.17 in||10.63 x 14.17 x 1.1 in|
|Item Weight||1.4 lbs||1.6 lbs||2.16 lbs||—|
|Size||17.3-Inch||17.3"||16 - Inch||17 inch|
Modernized for today's casual professional, this asymmetrically quilted case carries a laptop, tablet and your business needs within a deep black exterior highlighted with red accents.
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In my opinion, there was not enough material in the seam (seam margin = 4mm). The woven fabric separated, while the stitches held. I actually know what I'm talking about. I was an engineer for automotive seat covers for 12 years.
The outer cover is your typical black ballistics nylon outer casing with a padded liner, padding while a bit on the thinnish side, is more than ample to protect the laptop from mild thumps and bumps as you go through your day. None of the soft laptop bags I have ever come across are sufficient for protecting against say a hard drop on concrete, but for normal use, this thing is very protective...
There are zippers and velcro galonre. The strap clips are plastic, not metal. Good for weight reduction, and not prone to rusting over time. I could claim that plastics fail more often than the pot metal hardware used in some bags, but in all honesty, I have seen metal clips and buckles fail at a much higher rate than the plastic ones. Either way, plastic hardware is typical in this class bag...
The storage compartments all appear to be lined with a soft sort of micro fiber ish fleece type material which makes it super easy on things like phone and tablet screens, and all nature of portable device cases. The dedicated pocket for the phone has ample room for my Samsung Galaxy S4, and the front compartment works great for housing the charger, mouse etc... A separate zippered compartment holds plenty of documents. The front and back are padded with a good heavy duty foam insulator to keep bumps and bashes away. And the tablet sleeve is there to allow you to carry your full arsenal of portable tech.
You might ask yourself why you would want to carry a laptop, AND a phone, AND a tablet at the same time. Well, in all honesty it can be overkill, but then again, I travel, a LOT with my wife for our business, and we don't yet have a laptop for her. So she tends to swipe the laptop when she needs to get something done. As long as I don't need something PC specific, I can boot up the tablet, and say check on orders, make my blog entries, do client relations communications etc... I love my Galaxy S4 though. I have been known to put my Microsoft Bluetooth keyboard in the tablet pocket to use with the Galaxy on the go! The phone pocket is great for more formal meetings when you don't want the big smartphone lump in your shirt / suit / pants pockets distracting from how sharp dressed you are for your meeting.
One part I did not like about it is the incredibly cheap construction and materials of the shoulder strap pad. It seems so incredibly poorly made, and just seems out of place on this laptop bag. Case Logic really should switch to a better made piece for this... I find this to be mostly universally true of laptop cases though, and I suspect only the top end cases have even vaguely adequate shoulder strap pads. If you search Amazon you will find a large selection of add on shoulder strap pads for laptop / messenger bags. Pretty typical problem with all of them! I have the Planet Waves Gel Guitar strap choulder pad, a bit wide, but should work and make this MUCH more secure, and comfortable to boot!
My case tends to hold my Lenovo Flex2 15D 15.6" laptop, my Samsung Galaxy S4 in an Otterbox Defender, chargers for both, cable lock for the laptop, mouse, pens, cables, a 10" tablet and its charger, and typically a thick folder or two of letter size documentation for various meetings. With the full load everything is well contained with no funny bumps or protrusions. The strap that holds it to rolling luggage is secure and solid, keeps it well in place. I have at least for testing tossed in my now obsolete Pengpod 1000 10" Linux tablet and charger.
The only time I have had it where it had anything that made it odd or lumpy was when carrying an extra pair of external speakers that were somewhat on the largeish side that I was bringing to a client demonstration for a family members business... And even that wasn't too offensive.
All in all this is a great laptop case, particularly for the money. Yes it could be better. But in order to get better you are going to likely cough out a couple of hundred bucks, and end up with a high maintenance leather case. I wanted to avoid the cost and maintenance problems associated with leather... Simply put, this case is ideal for my use, and you may find it ideal too. Just don't expect the recommended sizing to be accurate!
I wanted to address the issue I have seen on one other users customer photos where the corner seam came undone after a few days. There was no mention in the photo caption if there was any sort of warranty support / return they had, I have had caselogic products in the past and never experienced a sewing failure (although I did have a CD pocket case that had a zipper die after years of abuse...). I would think the zipper failure would be quite uncommon, noisy / squeaky plastic strap hardware is no surprise though, neither would noisy squeaky metal strap hardware. It is the nature of the beast.
This is a perfectly sized and well-built laptop case.
Two major bonuses for me, first there's a separate padded pocket next to where the computer sits for a tablet. No problem getting my iPad in a case to fit in the pocket, which was great. Perhaps best of all, there's a zippered compartment on the back of the case that can be used to store your phone a power bank, even your airline ticket as you pass through security. Tuck those kinds of things in that pocket and you won't have any problem passing them through the conveyor and will always have easy access to them. Great feature.
I've owned a bunch of laptop cases over the years, but this is certainly one of the best when it comes to design and features.
I'm also not fully comfortable with the plastic clips for the carrying strap. (I've seen too many reviews for these clips breaking on bags similar to this. Dropping a Laptop is NOT on my agenda, whether in a bag or not).
So, I'd say this is a good value for the money. For me, I've just decided it's worth it to invest some extra money in a more roomy case with a lot more compartments, metal clips for the carrying case, and providing a generally more comfortable and secure feeling experience for hauling my laptops. That's the Case Logic Security Friendly Laptop Case. I just go ahead and get the 17 inch size, so I know my laptops will fit comfortably, and I never mind the extra room for PC accessories.
(I still use these, mainly for storing laptops not in use at the time, but prefer the larger Security Friendly cases).