By Chris Scott Barr
A question that has plauged me since I first picked up my iPad is how I’m supposed to carry it around. Sure, I can slip it in a protective sleeve, then toss it in a laptop bag, but that’s not very convenient. After all, one of the big benefits to carrying around the device is not needing to lug around my laptop. So why not get a bag that’s specifically designed for the iPad? Booq has that very thing.
This Cobra Courier XS bag was designed with the iPad in mind. It’s largest pocket is just large enough for your favorite tablet, and is padded to keep it safe. There’s also room for a notepad (you know, the old-fashioned kind that you use with a pen) in there as well. Front and rear pockets give you room for things like a charger, your cell phone and wallet.
Of course function isn’t the only thing that matters, as you want something that looks a bit stylish as well. The Cobra Corier is crafted from black 1680 denier ballistic nylon, which features a water-repellant coating. It’s trimmed with Nappa leather all around, and all of the buckles and such are made from gunmetal hardware. You can definitely see that Booq went all-out on this bag (and the rest of the new Cobra cases), and unfortunately it’s reflected in the price. This iPad case is the cheapest in the line, setting you back $145.
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