IS YOUR TRAVEL LAPTOP BACKPACK RIGHT FOR YOU?

 High-quality laptop bags are especially useful when you are  entering and exiting airports or traveling by bus or rail terminals. Additional pieces of luggage can drag you down.




By buying a quality travel laptop backpack, you can avoid burdening yourself with too much baggage. Not only does the backpack protect your laptop, the executive haversack makes it easy for you to access your laptop when you pass through airport security.

Making a Selection: Some Factors to Consider

You have  a lot to consider when choosing a backpack for your laptop. For example:

● Is the design right for the type of bag? 
● Is the bag made so you can organize your things and get to them with ease?
● What about the quality of the bag's material and its zipper? 

You should never carry a laptop in a bag that does not feature a self-lock zipper. Also, choosing a design with a full perimeter zipper is best if you tend to pack a lot of stuff. In addition, the space for your electronics should feature padding. Otherwise, you've lost the whole point of safeguarding your device.

Reviewing the Backpack's Frame

Next, you need to consider the backpack's frame. Generally, a backpack with an internal frame features a roomy compartment and a couple external pockets. A backpack that boasts an external frame normally displays a standard size compartment on the inside and multiple external pockets. So, what you choose will hinge on what you normally carry and the usual length of the trips you take.

Also, remember, the backpack you choose for your laptop must conform to airline rules and regulations if you fly. Think about this factor carefully. If you don't want to check in your backpack when you get to the airport, make sure you can use it as a carryon bag.

While the rules for carry-on weights and sizes vary for different airlines, the most commonly accepted measurement is 22" x 14" x 9". Try to find a backpack with a lower weight, keeping in mind that bag weight restrictions for carryons span from 15 to 22 lbs. 

Having invested a significant sum of money on an expensive laptop means you also should invest wisely when you choose a backpack for traveling with your laptop. Sometimes the difference between a costly repair or theft and the type of bag you use can make a real difference.  Don't buy a laptop or backpack without taking this into consideration.

5 comments

  1. I need to get a travel laptop as we don't have one and hope to be travelling again soon. I need to access a computer as my work is all online. This would be very handy.

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  2. I don't tend to take my laptop away with me much, although I have a work backpack for the odd days I go into the office x

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  3. I need a good work laptop bag for my new job, these sounds really versatile.

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  4. Agree with you that a good solid and sturdy bag is a must especially for such an important piece of tech x

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  5. It's always so tricky if you're flying as the airlines have different sizes now. Ido nearly always take my laptop away with me so it's something to think about.

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