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TOM BIHN, STM Bags intro new travel bags for iPad

updated 10:55 pm EDT, Wed April 7, 2010

Co-Pilot bag holds iPad and accessories

TOM BIHN and STM Bags have both introduced new iPad bags, the Co-Pilot travel bag and the STM Micro Shoulder Bag. TOM BIHN's Co-Pilot bag is designed as a small personal carry-on that can be used to hold an iPad and accessories when traveling. It features a ballistic nylon exterior and lightweight Dyneema/nylon interior, which helps protect the iPad from scratches. The bag consists of three front pockets, one main compartment, and a back section, while users can choose to carry the bag from a Poron-foam handle or an attachable shoulder strap.

The STM Micro shoulder bag delivers a high-density foam interior designed to protect the iPad screen from scratches. It features an flap-covered front section that can be used to store accessories or power cords, along with a business card holder and organizer pocket containing a removable key clip. For different carrying options, the bag offers a pair of retractable handles and a removable shoulder strap.

The new Co-Pilot bag is available for pre-order from tombihn.com and priced at $110, while the STM Micro bag is now available for $45.






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