The Tech Briefcase is a messenger style bag designed to protect your tablet and laptop while keeping you mobile. While keeping a low profile and light weight, the bag does include extra storage for the daily essentials, but it is not an option for those who like to carry
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
By Travis Ehrlich, Contributing Editor @ Gear DiaryI am amazed at how much stuff I used to carry in a gear bag. The bags were huge and packed with back-breaking weight. As our devices get lighter and smaller, the need for huge, heavy bags is a thing of the past. The Mobile Edge Tech Briefcase promises to make your commute stylish and slim at only $79.99.
By Judie Stanford, Editor In Chief, Gear DiaryPerhaps one day, mobile phones will be invented that have batteries that recharge themselves as the person carrying them walks around. Until then, we’ll have to continue relying upon charging cords, AC/DC adapters, and extended batteries. If you’re still shopping for a mini power plant, Mobile Edge‘s UrgentPower DX 5200 is small enough to carry around for unforeseen charging emergencies.Measuring a compact 3.7″ long x 1.75″ wide x 0.9 thick and weighing 4.2 ounces, the DX 5200 is light enough and compact enough that it can fit in all but the smallest evening bags; it is certainly sized so that it won’t take up much space in a gear bag, briefcase, or purse. What this extended battery packs in convenience and charging
PC Magazine editor Zach Honig posted a review on the new Mobile Edge Netbook Briefcase on their technology Blog Site Gearlog. The Netbook Briefcase received a Four Star Rating out of five. Due to copyright compliance reasons I cannot post any content from the article.However, you can read the full review by clicking here.
Technology Editor and Fashionista, Judie Lipsett from Gear Diary (one of our favorite blog sites), posted an in-depth review of the new Mobile Edge Element Briefcase. She took the time to test out this stylish yet durable ladies laptop case taking lots of pictures of the pockets, interior shots of the striped lining and even took a photo with herself holding the case. I think this is important for ladies to see how the laptop bag actually looks when being carried. This shows the reader how the bag looks proportionately and actually looked great on Judie. For reference, Judie is 5'10". The Element Briefcase comes in three colors, and
Judie Lipsett, editor/founder of Gear Diary reviewed one of Mobile Edge's newest laptop bags, the CuteBug Messenger Bag. As expected, Judie wrote an in-depth review covering all of the key attributes this bag has to offer not missing any details. She even took the time to model the messenger bag for us. I think we found our new model for advertising. Read Judie's review below...I was eager to review the Mobile Edge CuteBug Laptop Messenger Bag, because it is one of the most original designs I’ve ever seen. Combining the extremely well executed features we have come to expect from Mobile Edge with the sassy iconic images Maddie Powers’ designs borrow from 1940s and