To all of our loyal Mobile Edge customers out there, we want to hear from you. We'd like your feedback, comments and questions. Even if it's just to tell us we're doing a great job (who doesn't love a little pat on the back) we want to know about it. So hit me up. And if you have pictures of you and your bag send those over too, we'd love to post those here on our blog. Thanks guys.....can't wait to hear from you. :)jgerdon [at] mobileedge [dot] com
Here is a great review of the SecurePack which was featured on webBikeWorld.com.Mobile Edge SecurePack Laptop Backpackby Glenn W. for webBikeWorld.com"Anyway, I was looking through the Mobile Edge website a few weeks ago and learned that they just released the new Mobile Edge SecurePack laptop backpack for motorcycles, which really piqued my interest.I ordered it and got one of the first available and I'm really pleased. I had been looking for a good motorcycle laptop backpack but most of the products seemed to be either cheaply made or not really designed with motorcycling in mind. The SecurePack is not only a very high quality item but it also has a couple of very unique features that make it perfect for motorcycling and also for simply trudging back and forth to work.The biggest selling feature of the SecurePack and the reason it's named is that the
By Bruce Horovitz, USA TODAYSAN LEANDRO, Calif. — Backpacks, which began emerging as an accessory for high school students in the 1980s, have become a $2 billion business with double-digit growth. And they're everywhere: 58% of consumers own backpacks, with 61% of the packs bought on impulse, according to a JanSport survey. About half of sales come in the back-to-school third quarter. Back-to-school dreams are designed here, just south of Oakland.The world's biggest backpack maker, JanSport, designs its megaline here. So does its oh-so-hip sister company, The North Face. The two make almost half of all small backpacks sold in the USA. Backpacks are no longer just for lugging books and peanut butter sandwiches. Students also pack them with laptops, cell phones and iPods. They've evolved into techno-fashion statements that have to look hip, feel comfortable and hold an ever-evolving array of stuff.Bagging the right backpack may have passed buying
Mobile Edge designed the new 17” Premium V-Load 2.0 (vertical load) briefcase with innovative designs no other manufacturer offers. This briefcase designed to carry 17” wide screen laptops has a removable SafetyCell Computer Protection sleeve. This removable sleeve makes it easy to go through airport screening checkpoints.This rugged briefcase uses their exclusive Bungee Comfort System (BCS) shock absorbing shoulder strap system. This patent pending design helps absorb the weight of the bag from your shoulder with flexible material that is built within the bag. Other innovative features are the use of low-frequency magnets to keep the outer flap closed. This replaced the harsh ripping sound that Velcro makes. Additionally, the V-Load comes with a Wireless Security Shield accessories pocket, which actually protects your Bluetooth enabled cell
So I am finally back in the office after a much needed escape from civilization last week. The trip was great, but it was a great opportunity for me to put my new Premium Backpack to the test on the road, literally. I was flew out to Missouri one way on Express Jet, I tell you some more about them in a bit. The return trip was packed into a van with 5 friends and a golden retriever named Sancho; very interesting to say the least.The trip out was a little different for me; I was flying out of an airport I hadn't used in quite some time and on an airline I had never used. For you Southern California business travelers, I am sure you already know how great Ontario International Airport is. What you might not know
Ultimate Business-Travel Computer Companions By Lauren Streib With so many computer gizmos on the market, even the savvy business traveler can be forgiven for feeling confused about what accessories are worthy of their time, money and precious carry-on space.From portable cooling stands to docking stations promising extra USB ports to lightweight, ergonomic laptop cases, the choices are endless.But experts say if you're looking for ways to make navigating life on the road with a computer in tow easier, the key is to choose a few multi-tasking travel tools that boost your Internet and network connectivity, suit your style and--most important--protect your files."It's not just about having the coolest gadgets anymore," says Ryan King, an independent technology consultant based in Chicago. "Frequent travelers should be aware of technology that protects against hackers and data loss."One way travelers can lock up their information is through fingerprint encryption. Nowadays, several laptops' hard drives can be
There are a few important things to remember when traveling especially for students, and this is the travel season right before school is in session. Since most students travel with their laptops, and other electronic gear we feel it is important to pass along useful tips to our customers.Here is a recent story posted by Kathleen Crislip of About.com regarding travel tips for students.Before you travel, do some student travel planning -- life on the road will be easier if you know what you need and at least a little about where you're going, what you're doing, how you'll get there and where you can stay. Read a complete student travel planning roundup -- this is Student Travel 101.Get documents you need for student travelBefore you start your student travel, you'll probably need a passport, and you may need a tourist visa, an international work visa, immunizations records and an
Here's a great review of the Premium Briefcase that appeared on ABC 12 in Flint, Michingan. What's great about this review is that it highlights a key feature that is shared with many of our other laptop bags, the Wireless Security Shield. This helps protect your Bluetooth enabled cell phone or PDA from hackers who might try and steal your personal data. Everyone remember when Paris Hilton had her cell phone hacked? Had she been using a Mobile Edge bag at the time with our Wireless Security Shield, she would have been safe from this. In today's mobile world, your laptop bag should protect more than just your laptop. Click here to check our more information about the Premium Briefcase.
Here's a quick review of our Monaco handbag that aired on Fox News Channel. This handbag has the look and feel of a designer handbag, but still has the functionality and convenience needed from a laptop carrying case. The Monaco can accommodate up to a 15.4" laptop widescreen and features our exclusive Wireless Security Shield. For more information on this bag click here.
Most forms of bags have a handle to use once off the bike, but I have found that nothing is quite as versatile as a backpack. I use a backpack all the time whether I’m on a bike or not because it frees up my hands to do other things. The problem I’ve had with other backpacks is that all of the zippers are exposed. I’ve been lucky to never have anything taken from my backpack in a crowded area, bit I can’t help but wonder, “What if?”Mobile Edge had the same concerns when developing its SecurePack, and each time I look at it I wonder why I didn’t come up with it myself. The answer to the exposed zippers problem? Hiding them! That’s right; nowhere on the