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Types of Laptop Bags

Updated on July 5, 2016

In today's time, almost all of us own a laptop. Undoubtedly, the convenience associated with a laptop makes it a must have product for everyone.

The laptop has made things easier for the business world as it offers an option to the user to stay mobile and still work. That is the reason why most of the employers prefer giving laptops to their employees. However, buying a laptop is the initial step we take, but it maintaining it is equally essential. Apart from maintenance factor, you also need to carry it to several places. Apparently, you cannot hold it in your hand and carry along with you. You need a convenient alternative to carrying it, and only a laptop bag is something that you need to get mobile.

Before you choose a laptop bag for accommodating your laptop, you need to weigh the pros and cons of the product to find the right bag for your highly prized mobile computer.

It may appear to be an easy task to buy a laptop bag, but let me tell you that it isn't easy at all. It is an industrious job to pick a right commodity at good prices.

When I say a right bag, it means a perfect bag in every aspect, whether, comfort or durability, it must surpass the quality test.

Kinds of laptop bags available in the market:

Trolley bags – This one is for the people who travel on a frequent basis. These are perfectly sized bags, and you can comfortably place your laptop and charger in it. In fact, you may find a good deal of room for your important documents in it and small accessories. The great thing about these bags is that you can drag it as it has a trolley in it and keep yourself safe from the hassles of carrying it on your shoulder. Often, when we travel, we need to stand in one place for long hours and to wear a laptop bag on shoulders can be extremely tiring. So, pick a trolley bag for accommodating your laptop to travel light.

Sleeve – A lot of people avoid carrying a laptop bag. For such kind of individuals, sleeves appear as a perfect option to keep their laptops. These sleeves are specially designed for placing the laptops. Hence, these can be comfortably stored in these sleeves. Though, these sleeves do not have enough space to allow you to make room for extra things along with a laptop and a battery charger. Limited space is the drawback of the product and not recommended for the people who handle their laptops roughly.

Backpacks – These are the most common forms of laptop bags used by the people throughout the world. These are perfect for the youngsters, and a lot of stuff can be stored in it. Especially, college goers can easily stuff a few books and a lunch box in it. These bags allows you to stay hands-free to do the other jobs conveniently.


Briefcase – It appears like a traditional briefcase with a long strap attached on both the corners of the bag and a hand carrier on the upper side of the bag. The briefcase bags are a perfect alternative to buying for the corporate people who needs to look professional and cannot carry a backpack or a trolley bag to their offices or other places where they need to meet people officially. It can either be taken on one side of the shoulder or can be carried by holding the carrier placed at the top of the bag. A few of the extra pockets are attached to the bag. Generally, one big pocket at the upper side of the messenger bag is added so that a few of the important official documents, key chains, Pen drives or other accessories.

When you go out to the market for taking a survey, you will get to learn about the different kinds of brands and designs available in the market. In fact, you may find several options in colors and can pick the one that suits your requirement. You just need to check out the reviews of the brand you are planning to pick a bag from. Checking the review on the product will help you to find out the pros and cons of the product and will allow you to make a wise choice.

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