What Is it: The EO Travel Backpack by Incase.
- Main compartment expands 35 percent and can hold enough for a weekend trip
- Padded sleeve fits up to a 17 inch laptop
- Protected interior pocket for tablets
- Butterfly design allows you to leave your laptop in the (unzipped and open) bag while going through airport security
- The front of the backpack is triple coated with a weather-resistant material to keep your stuff dry
- Padded straps stay comfortable even when you’re carrying a heavy load
- The EO Travel backpack is 3.3 lbs when empty, which is pretty heavy for a backpack
How it Rates:
- Usefulness: 8/10. No need for a separate suitcase and laptop bag on shorter trips—the EO Travel backpack serves as both
- Portability: 7/10. It’s carry-on sized, but loses points for the weight. (The bag is 18.5″ x 12″ x 6.3″ empty, and expands to 18.5″ x 12″ x 9″)
- Value: 7/10. $179.95 is expensive for a laptop bag, but the extra space and design of this bag make it more like a suitcase.
- Cool Factor: 9/10. This is actually a really nicely designed backpack, with a professional and sleek look
Final Verdict: Often flying away on short business trips? The EO Travel backpack might be a worthwhile investment if you want the mobility of a backpack over a wheeled suitcase, plus the TSA-approved laptop design is pretty invaluable.
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