If you are a Glee fan then you know about Dianna Agron or "Quinn Fabray," as she plays on the hit TV Series. She uses the new Mobile Edge TPS Backpack as her personal laptop backpack on the show.The stylish and sophisticated design of this woman's backpack matches her witty and spunky personality.Watch Glee this season and look out for this super stylish backpack on Quinn that accommodates a large wide-screened 16" laptop.The subtle thin pink striped material is perfect for a young actress, style conscious fashionista or a business woman.The TPS Backpack has
Cara Stewart, the founder and chief of Remarx Media shows off her style with a (Mobile Edge) Maddie Powers Messenger Bag designed with a vintage themed magazine cover pin-up model.“I love the glamour of the 1940’s, but let’s face it, I’m a modern professional who’s on the go. My Maddie Powers purple messenger bag serves my mobile lifestyle,” Cara said.“It protects my laptop and has plenty of pockets and sleeves to hold what I need to work remotely. But unlike any other case I’ve owned before, it fits my style perfectly. The pulp image is fun and always a conversation-starter when I meet new clients or I’m networking.”We enjoy seeing Read More
The design team at Mobile Edge is once again basking at their fine work, introducing the first actual Collection of Netbook Cases on the market. In the crowded category of Netbook sleeves, there really has not been a company to produce a Collection of structured Netbook cases. Enter Mobile Edge, which just released three new Netbook cases to fill the void in the marketplace. The Collection consists of a traditional Edge Netbook Briefcase, the on-the-go Netbook Messenger Bag and a functional and rugged Edge Netbook Backpack. Designed to fit ultra portable Netbooks from 8.9 to 10 inch screens with an adjustable computer compartment. By removing the insert, the cases will accommodate laptops up to 13". A pretty versatile case collection indeed.This new Collection was featured on a
Mobile Edge is proud to announce their “style team” will be attending the World Shoe Association (WSA) Show in Las Vegas, February 12th -14th. As an exhibitor, they will be showing off their newest handbags, totes, clutches and sleeves all designed for the modern day Fashionista.The design team at Mobile Edge is proud show off their newest Checkpoint Friendly Laptop Cases designed specifically for women. Now, travelers do not need to remove their laptop when passing through airport security checkpoints. This helps save time, and eliminates the possibility of the travelers laptop being stolen, damaged or even forgotten. On average 12,000 laptops are lost or stolen at airport checkpoints weekly nationwide. As the only manufacturer to offer TSA compliant laptop bags for women, it is our duty to
By James A. MartinLaptop 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.
By Michelle Thatcher Most women's laptop bags we see function as a computer carrier first, fashion accessory second. The $80 Mobile Edge Cutebug Sheba reverses that order: it's a cute bag that you can also use to carry your laptop. Created in partnership with Chicago-based Maddie Powers, the bag's vinyl front flap features a striking image taken from a midcentury pulp magazine. Inside, a removable laptop sleeve provides a modicum of protection for your machine, and a handful of organizer pockets keep pens and other items contained.The vintage magazine cover art on the flap of the Cutebug Sheba provides a lot of its appeal. Against a pink backdrop, a pinup girl looks out at you while resting her head on
By the Chip ChickWe’re pretty excited about Mobile Edge’s new line of Maddie Powers laptop bags because it’s one of the most refreshing laptop fashion designs we’ve seen yet. The bags have been designed with authentic pulp imagery from the 1940’s and 50’s. She is currently making two different lines - The CuteBug line for women includes glamorous old Hollywood starlets, while the Dig line for men, features a sports pulp icon image on the outside of the bag as well as the actual vintage magazine cover printed on the inside lining.The Dig line is not currently available on the Mobile Edge site as of yet but the The Cutebug line is. The Cutebug Laptop Messenger ($89.99) can hold up to a 15.4? laptop and it has a cell phone pocket, a removable soft shoulder pad and it comes