WaterField Designs SleeveCase For The HP Mini-Note

WaterField Designs SleeveCase For The HP Mini-Note (Images courtesy WaterField Designs and HP)
By Andrew Liszewski

Today, WaterField Designs announced a new version of their SleeveCase laptop bag designed for the new HP 2133 Mini-Note PC. The sleeve features a ballistic nylon outer shell with a neoprene padded interior, and are designed to provide an added level of protection for your new toy, while still allowing it to be easily carried in a larger bag. If you’d like to know more, I recommend checking out my review of the larger SleeveCase designed for full size laptops. While this version is a bit smaller, the design and construction will be quite similar.

The Mini-Note SleeveCase will actually ship later this month, but it’s currrently available for pre-order on the WaterField Designs website. The sleeve itself will set you back $38, but there’s optional accessories like a front flap or carrying strap that will add to the cost.

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1 thought on “WaterField Designs SleeveCase For The HP Mini-Note”

  1. I have owned a few of the SleeveCases and other Waterfield Designs products, and love the fact they are made in my adopted town of San Francisco. The quality of manufacturing is top-notch and they are a very friendly company to do business with.

    That said, they are thickly padded with neoprene. That’s good for a full-sized laptop like a MacBook Pro, but with a compact laptop like a MacBook Air, Eee or Mini-Note, the resulting bulk would negate the thin and light advantage.

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