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Altego launches laptop bag line for Macs, iPads

updated 02:02 am EDT, Thu May 3, 2012

Coated canvas, poly models offer weather protection

Clear Laptop Sleeve maker Altego has expanded its product line with new notebook bags and cases designed for the MacBook line and iPad but suitable for other, similar-sized notebooks and tablets. The two lines, featuring a coated canvas Cyan and channel-stitched Ruby series, offer quilted inner linings to protect the devices, custom-molded waffle-design back waffle back padding, a flannel-lined inner iPad pocket, seat-belt webbing shoulder straps and more.

The Cyan series features backpack, messenger-style bag, slipcase and sleeve options with a dark gray coated canvas exterior for weather resistance and added durability. A metal self-locking twist buckles for one-handed closure, and the models feature cyan lining and accents.

The Ruby series offers backpack, messenger, slipcase and sleeve options featuring quilted soft flannel interior linings along with a durable poly material exterior for weather resistance. The units all close with a channel-stitched front flap with an adjustable buckle, and the exterior offers flannel linings with red accents.

Pricing on the models hasn't yet been announced, but they will be available from various online and retail outlets such as Tigerdirect, Amazon, Walmart and Circuit City.



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