Archive for the 'Wheeled Bags' Category

Laptop cases for power-hungry men

Sunday, January 7th, 2007

Sick and tired of friends and co-workers who always seem to get a large charge when they see you lugging around your man purse?
Well, here’s a bag that carries a charge you can put to use — juicing your laptop while it’s packed inside.
Every company wants its own line of manbags, it seems. Maybe it’s [...]

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A hunky rolling backpack for school

Friday, June 23rd, 2006

Carrying the weight of the world on your shoulders? How about just world history? Plus maybe biology, English, and that humongous calculus textbook, too?
Ah, the pleasures of lugging big fat schoolbooks in an ever-expanding, droopy backpack. Someone please explain to us how it has come to this: In the age of digital documents, email, IM, [...]

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A Tumi messenger bag for laptops

Tuesday, June 6th, 2006

Tumi says today’s featured bag has “the styling of a messenger with the organization of a computer brief.”
We’ve noted a hybrid bag from Tumi before. We’re not exactly sure the T-Tech Pulse Eldridge Computer Messenger Bag breaks any new ground — who hasn’t stuffed a notebook computer in a messenger bag, with or without a [...]

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A wheeled carry-on backpack

Monday, May 22nd, 2006

One term we excluded from our search for the most popular names for a man purse last week was carry on. That’s because — like most airlines — we distinguish between bulky luggage stuffed into an overhead bin and those “personal items” you can usually sneak to your seat with. Man bags, messenger bags, and [...]

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The man purses that aren’t really man purses — Part 3

Monday, March 27th, 2006

At last we come to the third and final chapter of our web-based attempted partial reenactment of actual man-purse shopping exploits originally performed by a real-life journalist: Justin Schneider of the Jackson, Michigan, Citizen Patriot. Assigned to that rough-and-tumble proving ground for young reporters everywhere — the man-purse beat — Mr. Schneider purports to have [...]

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