Targus 15.4" Laptop Roller Backpack £14.66 @Tesco Direct - HotUKDeals
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Targus 15.4" Laptop Roller Backpack £14.66 @Tesco Direct

£14.66 @ Tesco Direct
This Targus 15.4" Laptop Roller Backpack made from nylon fits up to 15.4" laptops. This laptop roller backpack features external pockets as well as internal pockets and comes with handles & shoulder … Read More
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This Targus 15.4" Laptop Roller Backpack made from nylon fits up to 15.4" laptops. This laptop roller backpack features external pockets as well as internal pockets and comes with handles & shoulder strap. for comfortable use.
Accessories Shoulder Strap
Brand Targus
Colour Black
External Pockets Yes
Internal Pockets Yes
Laptop Size 15.4"
Material Nylon
Padded Dividers Yes
Pockets Internal & External
Product Depth 49.5 cm
Product Height 38 cm
Product Width 23 cm
Size Laptop Up to 15.4"
Splash Proof Yes
Straps Handles & shoulder strap
Style Backpack
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#1
Just what my daughter needs but £5 delivery even to store. :x
#2
Personally, I wouldn't recomend putting a laptop with a hard drive in one of these.

The vibrations will kill the drive!

There was one time at work, i moved 5 pc towers accross the yard in a trolly. Every hard drive dies. :-D
banned#3
I thought laptops were getting SMALLER!
#5
You would be supprised what a laptop HD will put up with. My current laptop is three years old and has been wheeled all over the world (literally!!) in a Targus bag. It's a Sony Vaio with two hard drives and I've had no issues with them at all. The only problem I've had with the laptop being wheeled in a case is the odd screw working its way lose.

Just about to replace it with a Dell, so let's hope it's as realiable. Might get one of these as the size seems ideal.
#6
killersheep
Personally, I wouldn't recomend putting a laptop with a hard drive in one of these.

The vibrations will kill the drive!

There was one time at work, i moved 5 pc towers accross the yard in a trolly. Every hard drive dies. :-D


What did your boss say?! :evil:

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