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- Dimensions: 16.5"W x 16.5"H x 9.5"D. Bag fits up to 17" laptops. Matching notebook case, fits most 15"/15.4" notebooks.
- Piggy back trolley strap system
- Overnight compartment, business organizer
- Recessed carrying handle
- Easy access front pocket, business organizer
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Because I have a 15.6 widescreen ASUS laptop, I didn't think that I would be able to use the inner case like a sleeve because the right up said it was for a 15.2 or 15.4, but to my pleasant surprise, it just fits. This means it is possible to park the rolling case and carry the computer in the very attractive computer case to a meeting, etc. The case serves the purpose of a sleeve, but it looks like a pricey brief case. Also, if I should be on a regional flight that considers the case too large for their small overhead compartment, I will just remove the inner case and carry it on board and let them stow the case elsewhere.
Beach ships the case and I got it within a couple of days of when it was ordered. Very good shipping service, and shipping was free.
I highly recommend this case.
UPDATE: Carried this bag today on two of the regional planes used by United. Although I hadn't filled the bag to overflowing, I had no trouble getting it under the seat and into the overhead bin. Did find though that when putting it into the overhead bin I had to insert it with the top forward--not wheels first or sideways--because the bin sloped toward the back and wheels prevented it from sliding in all the way. But putting front in first, bag fit as the front of the bin has more space for the wheels. Under the seat, it didn't seem to make much difference. But if under the seat on these small planes, there isn't a lot of room for your feet.
Expect no difficulty whatsoever on the big jets.
Update 1 January 2012. I have made a number of flights on big jets and regional jets since writing the review and have never had a problem. I have also found that when checking bags to see which need to be put in the cargo compartment on a regional jet that they often say this case is ok to carry on-board. Regardless of the plane, however, it is necessary--as mentioned above-- to put the part with the handle in first since the back interior of the overhead is smaller than the front so the wheels would prevent you from pushing it in far enough to permit the stewardess to close the cover of overhead compartment. Put the handle in first and there is no problem.
This one is better than his Tumi in several ways.
-1/4 the cost.
-Does not tip over ever. The Tumi would fall backwards (toward the handle) when I took out my laptop from the middle pocket.
-The pen holder is much more accessible. The Tumi wouldn't unzip far enough to get to everything.
There are 3 pockets that hold "pens." This is more than I need, so I tried keeping CDs and DVDs in them, but they are far too deep for anything that's not at least 8" long.
It is a little big for small planes, but I have been lucky enough to get it in every overhead bin I've tried so far. The smallest plane I have been on had 2 seats on each side of the aisle in coach.
I'd happily get the same bag again. I didn't want a Tumi because it screams, "hey everyone, I paid $400 for something you could get for $75."