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Booq releases new Viper rush work-in laptop case

updated 11:00 pm EDT, Wed October 28, 2009

Viper rush fits up to 17-inch MacBooks

Booq has released a new product for its line of computer protection, the Viper rush work-in hard case. The notebook accessory is made from high-density molded foam which encases and protects the device, while integrated bumpers elevate the notebook and providing ventilation. The case is designed to be opened approximately 120 degrees, enabling users to work without having to remove it from the safety of the bag. Interior non-scratch neoprene pockets and compartments can be used for storing cables, phones, keys, pens, power adapters, or other accessories.

Viper rush also includes a nylon shoulder strap and an internal divider which can be folded down to maximize space. The company's Terralinq service pairs the accessory with a metal badge and serial number to assist with recovering missing bags. The case comes in both a medium size, which Macs up to 15 inches, and a large variant that holds 17-inch notebooks.

Both sizes are available to order directly from Booq's website and are priced at $130 each.








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  1. sirron

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Does ANYONE read what they write before publishing

    "while integrated bumpers elevate the notebook and providing ventilation. "

    PROVIDE _ period!

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