By David Goodspeed, Tech Editor@ GearDiaryWhile it may be functional to grab a backpack to carry all her stuff to the office, my wife prefers something a bit more stylish for her personal and work items in her professional environment. Enter “Mobile Edge For Her,” and its new Verona Laptop Tote that combines fashion-inspired styling with real world functionality.The Verona Tote is Mobile Edge’s latest offering for women to use in their professional and personal lives. Graphite and Stone are the colors available, with a review sample arriving in stone. The first thing my wife saw was the matching clutch and that really sealed the deal for her. She does not carry her work laptop every day, but the new Verona Tote can accommodate laptops up to 16 inches and tablets up to 10 inches. Read More
Designed specifically for today’s smaller mobile devices
Mobile Edge, the industry leader in innovative and stylish laptop carrying cases and accessories, unveiled two new slim-line combination laptop and tablet cases. The new Tech Briefs are meticulously crafted using durable vegan leather and a tartan cotton-twill lining.The Tech Brief is the ideal solution for daily commutes or quick trips. Designed for sleek Ultrabook laptops and lightweight tablets, the Tech Briefs feature a separate padded compartment for both a laptop and a tablet.
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Apple announced this week they will no longer make the 17" MacBook Pro because their new 15" MacBook Pro with Retina display is just simply better. Although the screen is smaller, the amazing graphics, battery life, and speedy boot-up time make up for it.Luckily, Mobile Edge is prepared for this new change and offers a complete line of 15" MacBook Pro Sleeves, Briefcases, Backpacks and Messenger Bags.Here is a brief snippet of an article posted in laptop Magazine about the new MacBook Pro.By Mark Spoonauer, Managing Editor at Laptop Magazine Design The new MacBook Pro balances portability and power like no other notebook, so well that Apple has decided to kill off the 17-inch MacBook Pro. Despite packing such high-octane components, this machine's unibody aluminum design weighs a mere 4.46 pounds and measures 0.71 inches thin.