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- Designed to fit laptop computers with up to 17.3 inch screens
- Features the patented SafePort Air Cushion System to provide maximum notebook protection
- Includes leather wrapped nylon handles for added comfort
- The curved 41 dual trolley handle is designed for equal weight distribution to help prevent strain
- Constructed of durable ballistic 1680 denier nylon
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The Targus Corporate Traveler Vertical Roller is designed to fit notebooks with up to 17.3 inch screens. This case includes the patented SafePort Air Cushion System which features adjustable cushions inside of the case to protect your notebook from drop damage. Weighing just 6.6 pounds, the Corporate Traveler Vertical Roller includes a zip-down workstation with business card holder, three pen loops, key clip, multiple accessory compartments, and a zippered mesh pocket for additional storage. A separate file section to keep documents organized during travel while a removable accessory pouch provides added storage for a power adapter or cords. Constructed of durable ballistic nylon, this case is built to withstand the wear and tear of everyday business travel. Measurements: 19.65 x 14.15 x 7.5 inches.
- Product Dimensions: 14.2 x 7.5 x 19.6 inches
- Shipping Weight: 7.4 pounds
- ASIN: B000O3S0OG
- California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 warning
- Item model number: CUCT02R
- Date first available at Amazon.com: August 22, 2003
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The place where you are meant to put the computer barely holds a 17" machine, and it leaves one side unprotected (the computer presses right up against the zipper). An even slightly oversized system would be a hard fit if at all.
The slightly bigger compartment behind that has the two rods for the handle running through. The handle is curved, though, which means that anything big enough (maybe bigger than a decent tablet) is guaranteed to have two hard pressure points against it at all times. If the handle were straight, at least the pressure would be distributed better and maybe some padding would be enough.
The peripherals compartment on the front does not offer pockets that are big enough to hold a power converter even for a 15" laptop issued by the company for whom I work; my 17" laptops have bricks that don't even try to fit in the pockets and have to be crammed into the space behind the pockets.
The stitching looks okay, but there were a couple loose threads on mine when it arrived, and one thread ran all the way across the bigger compartment.
I ended up using it for other purposes, after trimming the loose threads so they were not so likely to get pulled or tangled. I have only used it on one trip so far so its long term durability is still unknown.
During the London trip, I walked 20 miles in 5 days. Had to roll this thing around - no shoulder strap. It is very unstable on cobblestone roads and most sidewalks in London are not smooth, I can tell you. It was constantly tipping over, caused me great frustration and really slowed down my pace.
Also, the zippers are not as good as the one I bought in November. Cannot explain that. But takes two hands to open or close the zippers you use the most. Not good when holding a cup of coffee or your phone.
Definitely not recommended. How could they remove the shoulder strap?!?!?! I returned this, and now have a Tumi Alpha Bravo Kingsville backpack. Wheels are not as important as ability to carry.
Nasty chemicals odor, gave me a head ache, made me nauseated.
Cannot say anything about its functionality, clearly cannot use it with this nasty odor.
It does look kinda small, and doesnt look like it will fit more than a small laptop and a notebook at best.
My only beef about this bag is that I wish it had more structure, and that they would lose the file folder bits in the back.
But this is a very roomy bag. You could use it for an overnight/traveling to an out of town meeting and need a fresh pant/shirt type of bag. But for long traveling, I prefer the Travelpro Executive First 18 (although that bag is somewhat heavier than this one)
I have had two iPads, a MacBook Pro, two USB hard drives, an Airport Extreme, plus all the chargers and room for some minor tools too. There are enough inside small pockets to keep little stuff like flash drives and CD/DVD's safe too.
An all around darn good bag. I imagine it would travel in an RJ better than the Travelpro referenced above because it is so lacking of structure and would be easier to jam into the microscopic bins those RJ's are notorious for.
Not to be missed is the warranty on the Targus bags. They stand behind their products. That's something that is becoming a quaint idea in this 'Made In China' throwaway future...