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Fling sling backpacks for MacBook ship

updated 03:25 pm EST, Fri November 10, 2006

MacBook backpacks ship

Everki today unveiled its new Fling sling backpack for 'subnotebooks' and ultra-light laptops, such as Apple's MacBook. The bag is made from high-durable nylon, designed as a compact and sleek means to carry small notebooks in style. Everki bags feature a cushioned computer 'nest,' inner accessory storage, a front compartment with various pockets, and a pocket specifically designed for an iPod or other portable media player. "The Fling is the only high performance bag on the market that is designed specifically for the ultra mobile computing lifestyle," said Everki CEO Kevin Luong. "The reason consumers buy small notebooks is to avoid carrying around heavy, bulky equipment. Why carry around an over-sized bag when you can carry a streamlined pack designed to fit everything important? The Fling helps protect your notebook while still carrying everything you need while on the go in a highly organized fashion." The Fling is available in three colors which include ivory, blue, and flax for $40.




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    nice design

    but was their color sense on holiday that day?

    white/black, navy blue/black and brown/black. kinda garrish.

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