- ebags customer
Here's the case everyone's talking about! Our exclusive Mini Messenger delivers all the storage you need for your Ultrabook, tablet PC, portable media center, DVD or CD player, iPod, phone, PDA or other digital device. With a small footprint but enough space for an ultrabook and iPad, this case is a great selection for anyone looking to travel light!
|Color||Black / Orange|
|Material||1680 Denier Ballistic Nylon|
|Product Weight||1.75 lbs|
|Fits Devices Up To||13.3"|
|Product Dimensions (wxhxd)||11.5" x 13" x 3.5"|
|Laptop Compartment (wxhxd)||12.8' x 9" x 2"|
I actually just got this bag today and was very happy with it.
I holds my Dell XPS M1210 with extended battery perfectly!
Only fault would be the water bottle holder, which I tried to put a
normal little water bottle in and it pulled out the stitching on the side.
I took it back home and fixed with a sewing kit by hand, easy fix.
So no water bottle for me, but it will hold my power supply/battery charger
for my laptop snugly.
Love the handle on it, and the shoulder strap fits well and is adjustable.
(shoulder pad would be nice though)
All around it's worth the cost and especially a good fit for all of you with
a 12.5 inch laptop.
I have a very small computer (Dell Latitude)and it’s very hard finding a good bag for it. Most bags are too large. This one is perfect. It’s small, very well made and has sufficient room to carry the computer, cords, and even the additional DVD reader and a few other supplies. No, I can’t carry all my reading books, lunch, and make-up in the bag, too, but that isn’t what I bought it for. I bought it as a computer bag and it suits that purpose very well. I like the pink trim on it — makes it a little more feminine and fun for me.
Rating: 5 / 5
I own an Asus Eee PC (1000HA, which is the 10? version), and after searching stores, I finally decided to try looking online for a bag.
This is a little bit more pricey than the ones I was looking at, but I do not regret spending the money. This bag fits my Eee PC, as well as the accessories just fine, and leaves room for more! Despite being roomy, it is a nice, compact bag that will protect your expensive equipment. I definitely recommend this for anyone looking for a good Netbook travel-bag.
Rating: 5 / 5
I have been using this bag with my MSI U123 Netbook for about 3 months now and am an IT professional. Finding a bag small enough for this 10 inch Netbook, the power cord, mouse, and most of the things that you would normally find in a computer bag was harder than picking out the Netbook itself. The bag manufactures must think that Netbooks are just a passing fad or something. But I have found is perfect, small, light weight all the pouches are all very smartly designed. Did I also say that it is built in a very solid way, nothing cheap in the feel or look of this bag, including lots of padding for the most important passenger. My bet is that it could hold a 12 inch screen, so my 10 inch does slide a little from side to side, but I needed a bit more space than the average 10 inch because I have a 9 cell battery and not the stock 6 or 3 cell. You will find that a standard sheet of paper or a thin magazine will not fit in this bag, but you were not looking for a big bag anyway. The only issues that I had with it were the side pouches and the elastic Velcro strap inside. On one side you have a small draw string pouch that can hardly fit a can of pop or the smallest diameter water bottle. Another half inch of material may have expanded this to fit most water bottles and even a standard 20 Oz bottle of pop. On the other side is a pouch that is a bit big for a wireless mouse and too small for the power cords, so in my case the little pocket is empty all the time. The strap on the inside really is just in the way on my computer and anything larger, it sticks to everything in the bag and does not seem to help keep my computer from moving around much. In general these weaknesses are really petty when looking at the bag in its entirety, and were meant only to give the manufacturer something to improve on. My satisfaction of this bag is 10 of 10, but the manufacturer has a small bit of R & D to do.
Rating: 4 / 5
This is just perfect for my new travelling style. Given that I live in the Dominican Republic, I have to make a lot of connections through San Juan, PR Airport, therefore having to travel in the ATR propeller airplanes that have a small cabin and not much space for carry on luggage inside.
This bag is perfect..I get to carry my Acer Aspire One Sub Notebook, m Bose QC3 headphones, my camera, mouse, Garmin 255w GPS, connection cables, power supplies, external DVD R/W unit, file folders, keys, pens, etc, and it has 3 special compartments, one on the top front to place your MP3 player, with a hole for the headphones, one on the side that I use for my medicines and dome TSA Approved looks for the other baggage. Finally, on the other side it has a mesh pocket where you can place a bottle, which comes quite handy for travelling.
It is comfortable to carry, taking in account that I place more than 15 pounds of gear in it.
Final word…chose the color you want among the available, but defiantly go get this bag for travelling light
Rating: 5 / 5
My Dell D410 fits perfectly, and there’s plenty of room for the power supply and other needed extras like a spare mouse, pens, and paperwork. I didn’t think I’d like the color, but I get complemented on it all the time.
The only possible complaint about this bag is the non padded, non detachable shoulder strap. I’m ordering one of these http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000EVSFDE and it should be pretty much perfect, as a removable strap isn’t that important.
Addendum a year later:
I still have the Dell D410 and it’s a little worse for the wear, although the bag is still looking good. I actually like the fact that it limits the amount of gear I can carry, as I’m a consultant and I get a little obsessive about being prepared for every situation (do I really need to carry three flashlights?). I should add that I take public transit nearly everywhere, so traveling light is a necessity, and this bag sees a higher than normal amount of mileage.
My second bag is a Crumpler Salary Sacrifice, which is a great bag, but when I carry it, I tend to wind up carrying far too much gear.
The bag itself has started showing a bit of wear from being carried on foot across the city, but after a minor amount of cleanup it looks as good as new.
I should again add that the addition of a shoulder pad is practically a necessity on this, although it’s small size and light weight doesn’t necessitate much of one.
Rating: 5 / 5
What a great product! I purchased through Amazon and just received today. I was looking for something smaller than a traditional briefcase but wanted lots of compartments to hold all of my necessities. This totally fit the bill and was everything advertised. Excellent quality and thoughtfully designed.
Love the additional handle on the top! Extremely comfortable! Sturdy but not scratchy! Professional looking design-love how sleek it is and light.