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Computer Case and Foot Massager All in One?

Posted in Baggage by Tam Yue on September 10th, 2014

LeggageWe have all had those long flights with many annoyances; loud kids, middle seat, the person behind you bumping into you repeatedly, or the guy in front putting his seat all the way back. Here is something that may make your flight a little better. Introducing Leggage. This is a computer bag and foot rest/massager all in one.

Yes, you read that right. This bag can hold a laptop, your mobile device and still have room for other things. Once you get settled, pull out your laptop, turn Leggage soft side down on the floor and you have a nice place to rest your feet.

Leggage claims 9 different massage positions, they even have a nice little video that shows them all. But the questions we have are; do you really want your computer bag on the floor of an airplane where …

Weigh to go luggage scale

Posted in Scales by Conner Flynn on February 28th, 2010

Remember the escale luggage scale? Well, here’s another scale that will help you avoid unnecessary fees at the airport. The device makes it easy to make sure that you don’t go over the weight limit and get charged.

The Weigh to go unit features Velcro straps and a lockable steel carabineer that prevents others from stealing it too. Weigh to go retails for $33, and will give you a reading of your luggage’s weight in both kgs or pounds after you lift it for a total of 5 seconds.

New CaseCruzer laptop case targets MacBook Pro owners

Posted in Baggage by Nino Marchetti on July 1st, 2008

CaseCruzeer Pelican 1490 Laptop Case

CaseCruzer got a new laptop case for mobile warriors who want solid protection for their Apple MacBook Pros. It is called the CaseCruzeer Pelican 1490 Laptop Case  and we believe it to be pricing around $120.

The CaseCruzer Pelican 1490 Laptop Case attempts to blend good looks into the CaseCruzer line up, which isn’t normally none for stylish cases. Besides that you’ll find it offering lots of protection for your 15-inch MacBook Pro via a custom Polyurethane foam interior as well as an interior egg-crate-style convoluted foam the lid.

Balanzza digital luggage scale alerts you to too many travel souvenirs

Posted in Baggage by Nino Marchetti on June 4th, 2008

Balanzza Digital Luggage ScaleIf you collect a lot of souvenirs (i.e. junk) on trips, it is helpful to know before you hit the baggage counter scale how much a suitcase weighs so you can avoid added charges. One possible way to get an idea of your luggage weight ahead of time is with the new Balanzza Digital Luggage Scale, priced at around $25.

The Balanzza Digital Luggage Scale attaches to your luggage. You then use the handle to lift your luggage, holding it until your arm breaks off or you hear the scale beep – whichever happens first. Assuming it beeps, you can drop your baggage and look at the device’s LCD display to see how many extra bottles of rum you have to somehow reshuffle.

Agent 18 debuts new MacBook Air case

Posted in Cases by Nino Marchetti on June 4th, 2008

Agent 18 MacBook Air Shield

Agent 18, a maker of primarily cases for portable media players like the iPod, is unveiling today a new case for the popular MacBook Air. It is called the MacBook Air Shield and you’ll find it retailing for around $50.

The Agent 18 MacBook Air Shield is made of durable polycarbonate and available in three colors, including white, black and pink. Agent 18 says the case offers fully functional protection with sacrificing “any style of the world’s thinnest notebook.”

Trace Me Luggage Tracker

Posted in Security by Conner Flynn on April 29th, 2008

Trace Me Luggage Tracker
If you’ve ever lost your luggage, you’ll like this idea. Surprisingly, the tags don’t use GPS or any electronic tracking system. Instead they feature a unique barcode and serial number that gets registered on the Immobilise database with your contact info.

So, if your luggage does get lost, an agent can scan the barcode or punch in the serial number which will give them with your contact info. Then a text message is sent to your mobile phone letting you know that your bag has been located and what to do. Pretty good idea, which should help avoid some headaches. You won’t have to put your info on the bag itself. The tags cost about $24 each, which is a one-time fee.

New BookLugger cases target MacBook owners

Posted in Baggage by Nino Marchetti on March 26th, 2008

iLugger BookLuggeriLugger is a brand name associated with LTA Projects and a retailer of carrying cases. This particular group of folks unveiled today the BookLugger, a stylish carrying bag for MacBook owners.

The BookLugger comes in two different sizes: one for a 13-inch MacBook and another for a 15-inch MacBook Pro. iLugger says one is also in the works for the 17-inch MackBook Pro. All are made of a ballistic nylon, making them reportedly quite durable and sturdy.

Pelican adds new iMac hard carrying case

Posted in Baggage by Nino Marchetti on March 4th, 2008

imcruzer.jpgPelican is back with another tough carrying case to protect your expensive Mac investment. This time around it is called the Pelican iMCruzer and it is designed to guard 20- and 24-inch iMacs.

The Pelican iMCruzer offers up a custom foam interior housed in a case measuring 7.38 inches in length and width, and 16 inches high. It offers a retractable handle and wheels to make transportation easier as well as two fold-down side handles.

CaseCruzer offering up one tough digital camera case

Posted in Baggage by Nino Marchetti on February 6th, 2008

photo-studiocruzer.jpgPhotographers traveling on assignment often have to contend with worrying about how their expensive gear will get through handling by security and airline employees. CaseCruzer is introducing what it is calling the toughest airline-legal carry-on case available today – the Photo StudioCruzer 1510 – to help solve this issue.

The CaseCruzer Photo StudioCruzer 1510, priced at around $245, offers a modular interior which will offer photographers some flexibility in how they pack their gear. The case offers up a metal reinforced padlock for security, 17-inch retractable extension handle and buoyancy for when you go on assignment in a canoe.

Icipio debuts lightweight MacBook Air sleeve

Posted in Baggage by Nino Marchetti on February 5th, 2008

Incipio Technologies Orion SleeveIncipio Technologies is getting early into the accessories market for the hot new MacBook Air by unveiling a sleeve for the uber-thin laptop. The Incipio Technologies Orion Sleeve is priced at around $30.

The Incipio Technologies Orion Sleeve is available in four colors and is made of synthetic leather and high density foam. It is also lined with soft micro suede to give your MacBook Air a comfy ride. Weight of this laptop sleeve tops out at just 7.5 ounces.