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iSafe Bags also pack a personal alarm

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on July 25th, 2010

The iSafe Bag will keep you and your belongings safe since it comes with a personal security alarm on the strap that will sound an alarm when pulled, and trigger a flashing light. It’s powered by a pair of 9V batteries and the iSafe Bag can sound the alarm for up to 2 hours if you need it that long.

Or it can be set to an interval mode to preserve battery life. Prices range from $59.99 for a kid’s backpack to $89.98 for a laptop-friendly bag. The company even offers a replacement whenever your current iSafe Bag becomes old and dingy, for a 50% discount.

TSA says Netbooks, e-readers and iPads can be kept inside bags during airport checks

Posted in News by Conner Flynn on April 8th, 2010

The American Transportation Security Administration has informed travelers via it’s blog, that when traveling to, from, and within the USA, portable computers smaller than “the standard sized laptop” don’t have to be removed from their bags.

So what is the standard sized laptop? Well, they don’t really say. However, Kindles, iPads, Sony Readers, Nooks, and “Net Books” are named as being exempt from the requirement to unbag your computer for the X-ray scanners. Of course, there’s the disclaimer that staff might want to take a second look at odd-looking devices, but for the most part you can leave that e-reader in your bag.

Wooden iPod speaker bags

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on August 28th, 2009

Wooden iPod speaker bagsLooking for a reusable bag so that you can be environmentally helpful? These wooden iPod speaker bags from Japanese artist Yoshihiko Satoh are perfect. They function as actual bags and play music from your iPod while they carry your goods to and fro.

They’re available in dark wood or maple and will cost about $335. Sure, that is one expensive iPod dock, but just think of all the geeks you will impress while you’re out and about pumping tunes. Plus you aren’t contributing to still more plastic bags in landfills.