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Combining Comfort and Convenience

Category: Hardware Published on Monday, 26 September 2011

Airbak Air-Tech: Taking the Pain Out of Toting your Technogear

What do you get when you combine a laptop computer case with a backpack?

Hint: It's not a suitcase with shoulder straps.

It's an Airbak Air-Tech backpack ($79.99) from Airbak Technologies.

Although it can be used to pack essentials for your weekend camping trips or your children's school books, the Air-Tech is specifically designed to provide a comfortable way for you to tote your laptop computer and other technogeek accessories without straining your muscles.

Basically the Air-Tech uses a bladder filled with air to redistribute the weight of the backpack (and its contents) to take pressure off of your upper back and shoulders. This can result in fewer incidents of back pain and shoulder injuries.

The Air-Tech has compartments for everything you need, ranging from your laptop to your sunglasses and mobile phone. It also has compartments that can hold any accessories you may need to carry with you, water bottles, CDs, file folders, wallets and car keys.

The only limitation to its usefulness is the fact that its computer pouch can only accommodate up to 15-inch laptop computers. You can get around this by using one of the larger compartments, but you sacrifice the extra protection and padding for your computer.

Key features of the Airbak Air-Tech include:

• A large main pocket.

• Lightweight, high-performance nylon with AirBak™ Technology built in.

• Multi-zipper storage accessory compartments.

• A laptop compartment.

• It has a heavy duty bladder: 100 pounds of pressure resistance, holds air for two to five years without needing a refill.

For more information, check out the company's website at

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