SlashGear is offering a first look at a new line of laptop bags coming from Mobile Edge in 2008. They are the DIG Collection. There are only a couple bags so far, but don't worry, there will be more. These are a great alternative to the typical boring black messenger bag. The DIG Collection bags offer similar pulp styling that can be found on our women's line of Maddie Powers inspired laptop bags. Keep on eye on MobileEdge.com for your chance to be one of the first to own one of these uniquely stylish laptop bags. Check out Slashgear too for more photos of the DIG Collection.
From all of us here at Mobile Edge, we'd like to wish you and your family a safe and happy New Year. We have several new products in the design phase ready to be launched in 2008! Keep an eye out for some hot new additions to our Women's Collection, including some new additions to our CuteBug Collection designed by Maddie Powers. We'll also introduce a new line of rolling laptop cases for both men and women just to name a few. At the 2008 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Mobile Edge will launch several new laptop cases and accessories that are sure to attract some attention. Our pledge to you in 2008 remains the same, to provide truly stylish and cutting edge laptop carrying cases and accessories to help you reflect your own personal sense of style. Happy New Year!
In an age when our entire lives are stored on our laptops and other mobile devices, Mobile Edge is proud to offer the bag that keeps prying hands at bay: The SecurePack. Or, as the guys at GearCrave might call it, the "Why didn't someone think of this before" bag. GearCrave just wrapped up taking a closer look at the SecurePack and had some great things to say about the performance of the bag. They also pointed out that the aerodynamic design of the SecurePack makes it a great backpack for both bike and motorcycle riders. Click HERE to check out the entire review on GearCrave.com.
What a year 2007 has been for us here at Mobile Edge. We've had some great new additions, this blog for starters. It has been awesome to be able to provide this resource to our customers. Mobile Edge has also released some great new products. Our Maddie Powers collection brought new style to the way women carry their laptop computers. We proved that laptop cases no longer need to be black and boring. This year we also introduced the 2.0 version of our popular V-Load cases. The V-Load 2.0 includes the upgraded Bungee Comfort System to maximize comfort. We also introduced the MicroClear and I.D. Sentry Wallets to our accessories collection. Keep an eye on Mobile Edge in 2008.
Here are some great last-minute gift ideas for that mobile women in your life (or even a great gift idea for yourself). Receive a free matching clutch with select Mobile Edge For Her Totes. Click HERE to check them out.
By Michelle Thatcher - CNET Reviews Were it not for it’s slightly large size (the better to accommodate your 15.4-inch laptop), we'd think the $90 Mobile Edge CuteBug Messenger was another trendy everyday bag. But behind its vinyl front flap--like the CuteBug Sheba we reviewed earlier this year, decorated with a striking image taken from a mid-century pulp magazine--you'll find a padded laptop compartment and a handful of helpful organizer pockets. Inside, a padded laptop compartment provides a good level of protection for your machine, and a handful of organizer pockets keep pens and other items contained. And while the CuteBug Sheba was too small to carry much more than an ultraportable laptop, the Messenger version offers enough space for a mainstream laptop and several accessories. The vintage magazine cover art on the flap
By James A. Martin Laptop bags may seem boring to some. But the reality is, some new and veteran models are anything but. This week: a look at some of the more interesting laptop bags. The Pulp Fiction Bag For the ladies, Mobile Edge sells something cloyingly called the CuteBug laptop bag ($90). The cool thing about these messenger-style bags: They feature vintage pulp fiction-inspired designs. The "Bright Promises" bag holds laptops with up to a 15.4-inch screen, while the "Kisses and More Kisses" bag holds laptops with up to a 14.1-inch screen. To read the full review on PC World click here.
For a limited time, Mobile Edge is offering up to 60% off our best selling products, plus free ground shipping* on everything to the Continental United States . Hurry, this offer is only valid 12/12/07 through 01/01/08. Simply enter the promotion code HOLIDAY7 at checkout and you will receive the free ground shipping. From all of us here at Mobile Edge, we wish you and your families a joyful and peaceful holiday season.
By Sarah Meyer of NotebookReview.com The Holidays are thought of as a time for charitable giving. So wouldn't it be great to get a gift for a loved one or friend and at the same time give to a worthy cause? Well, buying a bag from Mobile Edge's Caring Case Collection might be the answer. Every time you buy a case from this collection, Mobile Edge give 10 percent of the sale price to one of two charities. I decided to check out a backpack from the Komen Collection, the Komen Paris. Can this backpack actually work well and do good at the same time? The Komen Paris Backpack Specifications:
- Proceeds to benefit Susan G. Komen for the Cure
- Exterior Dimensions: 12.5" W x 16" L x 6" D
- Compartment Dimensions: 11.2"
Doug Aamoth over at CrunchGear just wrapped up a review of the Mobile Edge Komen Milano as part of the CG Holiday 2007 Recommendations. Here is a little of what he had to say about the Komen Milano: Looking for that special gift for the lady in your life? Or maybe you're ready to tell the lady in your life that you've been following (but doesn't know you exist) how much she means to you. Or maybe you really like pink and you want to give a little to a worthy cause. Whatever the case, consider the Komen Milano from Mobile Edge. It's made of faux pink crocodile and 10% of the $129.99 purchase price will go to Susan G. Komen for the Cure, a breast cancer charity. To check out more of the Mobile Edge Komen Milano review click