updated 01:30 am EDT, Fri September 16, 2011
Smartphone holder on shoulder strap, more
Accessory maker Booq has added the Cobra Pack to their Cobra line of briefcases and other bags for tech devices and accessories. Sporting a main compartment with document pockets, flap-covered and accessory pockets and a fold-down camera and accessory compartment -- along with several stretchable pockets on the outside -- the pack also has dedicated compartments for a laptop, an iPad or e-reader and exterior smartphone pocket on the strap.
The pack is thoughtfully designed for maximum accessibility, including a front zipper pocket with a keyring for keys and room for pens and other small items, and stretchable exterior neoprene pockets for water bottles or compact umbrella storage on either side. The case is made with water-repellent 1680 denier ballistic nylon and a rubberized bottom section, lined with genuine Nappa leather and accessorized with buckles and loopholes made of polished gunmetal and durable YKK zippers. The back portion is padded for comfort.
Cobra cases all come with a Terralinq service from Booq that helps locate the bag and reunite it with its owner if it is lost or stolen (not responsible for the contents of the bag). The backpack, which fits up to 17 inch Mac laptops or 16.4 inch PC laptops, sells for $265 and is available now.