Today’s mobile students have thousands of dollars invested in their laptops, mobile devices, gaming consoles, and various other tech and accessories, and all it takes is one mishap to teach them a valuable lesson about the need to protect it. With the industry’s largest selection of protective laptop cases, backpacks, messenger bags, and sleeves, Mobile Edge offers highly functional, award-winning designs that allow students of all ages to carry and protect their gear in style.“Carrying cases and backpacks are a relatively inexpensive way for students and their parents to protect valuable electronics and computers, especially when failing to do so could be catastrophic in terms of downtime, lost data, and expensive repairs or replacements,” explains Paul June, VP of Marketing for Mobile Edge. “At Mobile Edge, we focus first on the laptop and tech, and then design our bags/protective cases around what we’re trying to protect and the
Mobile Edge continues to expand their presence on full featured movies and a variety of television shows now on ABC, NBC and Fox.Today, I had the chance to meet with the Prop Master from ABC Family’s “The Secret Life of the American Teenager.”I brought their team several new Mobile Edge products including EVO Backpacks, our Eco-Friendly Messenger Bag, our stylish Women’s Express Backpack, a
Since our acquisition of Sumo Cases, the design team at Mobile Edge has gone full speed ahead with creating fun innovative products.Case in point, just today a large container of new Sumo Folding Furniture Cubes arrives as part of the new Sumo Lifestyle Collection. The new Collection consists of several new non-computer related products such as new Sumo Duffle Bags which come in three colors and three sizes. There are also two new Tote Bags designed to take on the road and can be use for virtually anything, including a cool diaper bag.The new Sumo Folding Furniture Cubes come
That's not a mistake in the headline. I checked it twice.By Christopher Null, Yahoo Tech1,200 laptops a week go missing at Los Angeles International Airport, and 12,000 laptops are lost or stolen nationally at airports every week. All told, that means that 624,000 laptops go missing in airports each year. You can talk about phishing scams and email viruses until you're blue in the face, but numbers like that put those digital computer crimes to shame.Where do the laptops go? Exactly where you think: In their haste, fliers forget to put them back into their carry-on bag after they go through security checkpoint, where the rule for years has been that you have to remove your laptop completely from your luggage when you put it through the x-ray scanner.