She gave her readers an in-depth perspective of the new Mini-Messenger which is designed for small Ultra Portable laptop computers, portable DVD players and digital cameras. Given its small posture, this messenger bag offers a lot for its size. The media pocket is perfect for storing your iPod, iPhone, or any MP3 player and comes with an easy access head phone pass through port.
Here is a quick overview of Julie’s review. To read the full review, click on the link below to go to the Gadgeteer Website.
By Julie Strietelmeier
Mobile Edge carries a nice selection of gear and laptop bags for both men and women. They recently sent me their Mini Messenger, which I’ve been using for a few days now to see how well it performs as an everyday bag for this Gadgeteer. Let’s see how it stood up…
However, I love this style for two main reasons. Reason number one: The flap can easily flop back and remain open. I typically leave mine open on my desk while I’m at work, or in the passenger seat of my car while I’m driving. Reason number two: Messenger bags usually have a large cavity for storage. I like pockets as much as the next person, but for the most part, I want a big open area that I can stuff large items into if needed – which I often do. I like the convenience of being able to carry the daily mail, newspaper and any packages that might have been delivered to my day job.
This bag is made of heavy-duty 1680D Ballistic Nylon and is available in four color styles, that include Black with Orange piping, Black with Pink piping, Black with Red front and Black with Silver front. I was sent the Black with Orange.
The materials and workmanship on this bag can’t be faulted. It’s a nice looking bag that can hold its fair share of gear and even a small notebook.
To read the full review, click here to visit the Gadgeteer Blog Site.