MacBook Computer Cases
Neo-Fight gives detailed tech product reviews for the not so geeky. This video will focus on the different MacBook computer cases.
MacBook Computer Cases
Tiffany Young: Hi there and welcome to neo-fight.tv, the technology show for the not so geeky. My name is Tiffany Young.
Ben Freedman: And I'm Ben Freedman. And we have a great episode today but just before we get to that. I just want to mention I'm not sure if any of you have seen, we made a few changes lately. We’re now broadcasting in a higher quality format that if you have an Apple TV. This format appears Apple TV as well and so it’s a higher quality in your iPod.
Tiffany Young: Right.
Ben Freedman: And we made a few changes coming out with like high depth version soon. So just stay tuned, and I hope you enjoy the new opening. We have some new graphics on there. And I think it’s exciting.
Tiffany Young: I think so.
Ben Freedman: The Apple TV is exciting and all the new iTunes format.
Tiffany Young: Especially like the fact that we’re still free. We don’t have to—we’re not the pay-per-prescription or subscription.
Ben Freedman: That’s right looking for a prescription? We’re still free.
Tiffany Young: It was something else, yeah.
Ben Freedman: That’s right. And yet we’re making the bug bucks. That’s amazing.
Tiffany Young: Right, imagine that.
Ben Freedman: Today on the show we are—it’s kind of a special show today. So remember last month, we had the MacBook on the show Apple’s new MacBook computer.
Tiffany Young: Yeah.
Ben Freedman: And I happen to mention to a couple of PR people that I know that, hey, we had this MacBook episode and they said would you want a case for it? And I said sure, send me what you know the case is you guys represent and we’ll take a look. I think we have 16 cases.
Tiffany Young: We have a bag-o-rama today.
Ben Freedman: It’s a bag-o-rama.
Tiffany Young: Yes.
Ben Freedman: Which is good because as we all know I'm a bag o'holic.
Tiffany Young: Exactly.
Ben Freedman: That’s right.
Tiffany Young: I think you're never going to have to buy another bag Ben.
Ben Freedman: I'm never going to buy another bag and let’s try—because all of these bags are pretty much specifically designed for the MacBook. So it’s designed for this 13-inch MacBook form factor. Most of these bags do have a larger 15-inch or 17-inch version available. But the ones we’re going to look at today are pretty much specifically for the MacBook. But again, if you have a MacBook Pro or if you have an HP or a DEL or something else they have lots of versions available.
Tiffany Young: Just go to our website, right?
Ben Freedman: Right, so Tiffany hasn’t seen a lot of this. So I'm going to be bringing them out fast and furious. I want to show you all of them because I love them all. So—
Tiffany Young: So they have like a minute a bag.
Ben Freedman: About a minute a bag here.
Tiffany Young: A minute a bag okay, so bagathon.
Ben Freedman: That’s right, it’s a bagathon. How many other bag related to words can we use it?
Tiffany Young: It’s Tiffany and Ben’s Bags. Oh isn’t that creative?
Ben Freedman: Yeah, yeah, so let’s get to the bags.
Tiffany Young: Alright, let’s go, let’s go.
Ben Freedman: So let’s start very minimalisty very, very minimalist. Let’s say that you really just want the basic bump and scratch protection.
Tiffany Young: Okay.
Ben Freedman: That’s all you want don’t want to think too fancy. Then here is a bag by RadTech.
Tiffany Young: Oh, we’ve done RadTech.
Ben Freedman: I think we reviewed a little Bluetooth phone thing last month. This is from RadTech and it’s a very nice black sleeve. What do you think are the materials? It’s kind of a nice soft—
Tiffany Young: It’s kind of like a velvety. Yeah kind of velvety.
Ben Freedman: And what you do is you take your MacBook and you slide a quarter in here and a quarter in here. And it basically just goes on like this and it blends into our background such that it’s now invisible.
Tiffany Young: It’s like a glove.
Ben Freedman: That’s right. Or like a sleeve, look, now it’s invisible. You cant see it. If you're just looking for basic protection.
Tiffany Young: Oh very nice. Yeah.
Ben Freedman: Yeah, I mean that’s a nice one. It’s got no logo that says RadTech there. And I think if you usually want to carry it under your arm, but you worry about bumping in to somebody at a bus or a train and you don’t want a lot of weight, I mean the thing weighs nothing.
Tiffany Young: No. It doesn’t.
Ben Freedman: It’s great. It’s also not terribly—terribly expensive, $25.00 which compared to some of the other bags here. By the way some of these bags are well over a hundred dollars. So, you know, they're high quality bags.
Tiffany Young: That’s very nice.
Ben Freedman: To get this out, I’ll show you the removal instructions which I didn’t read it first and had a hard time to pinch the back here and pull and it’s a very tight fit. But that’s what you want I guess.
Tiffany Young: Yeah that’s nice.
Ben Freedman: Alright, so that’s number one there is the RedTech sleeve.
Tiffany Young: The RedTech.
Ben Freedman: Now what was—I'm going to keep in line with sleeves here for a moment. This is another sleeve called the Endo Sleeve by a company called the InfoCase. This guy is $30.00. And again, very, very basic. Now what this is if you take a look, it’s unlike this one which is soft, this is hard. Give that a—tap that.
Tiffany Young: Oh yeah it is.
Ben Freedman: Yeah, this is like a hard shelled sleeve and this is designed for let’s say you have a backpack that you really like or suitcase or whatever and you don’t want to buy a special like a laptop bag. You can drop this in the backpack.
Tiffany Young: Right.
Ben Freedman: And it turns basically any backpack or any case, I mean you can carry it separately but it doesn’t have any other pockets. It’s really designed so to go in another backpack or your car down the—basically you know you can take this and just slide this in.
Tiffany Young: There's padding here too.
Ben Freedman: It’s a really nice padding up top here as well. I mean that is now you know.
Tiffany Young: Yeah, that’s great especially when you're you know trying to get a carry it on.
Ben Freedman: Yeah, or if you want to put this in your luggage or your suitcase and you don’t want it to get crushed.
Tiffany Young: One of the biggest things about laptop bags is that I ran our of space so quickly coz I have to get all the padding, and then it’s a bigger bag and then it’s got the straps that’s smashing that you know so I think that’s great for compact travel.
Ben Freedman: So this one again is fairly basic but very good protection for your MacBook.
Tiffany Young: Also easy to get in that when you do the airport check.
Ben Freedman: That’s right. Very easy, just slides in and out like such. There you go.
Tiffany Young: Very nice.
Ben Freedman: Thank you.
Tiffany Young: Now, do we have a price on this one?
Ben Freedman: That is $30.00.
Tiffany Young: $30.00.
Ben Freedman: By InfoCase.
Tiffany Young: It’s $25.00 and $30.00.
Ben Freedman: $25.00 and $30.00. So we’re still in that very low sort of area. Now, the next one I want to look at is we have some always on cases. These are cases where you leave the product. You leave your MacBook inside the case even when you're using it.
Tiffany Young: Okay.
Ben Freedman: And the first one is also by RadTech and this is called the Neo Case. Now again, fairly small and light.
Tiffany Young: --neoprene.
Ben Freedman: What do you call that? The wetsuit material.
Tiffany Young: The wetsuit material, oh, nice.
Ben Freedman: Very nice. So basically if you take a look at this guy, the idea here is to put your MacBook inside and it’s got this little strap elastic loops and you put them on the bottom and you put this on the top like so. Okay and now it’s—your Mac is inside. So when you close it like this, okay, and you can zip it up. Check that out, nice, little, small suitcase sort of package.
Tiffany Young: I think it’s really nice to have a little—I realize it’s compact in nature but having a strap that would go across just incase you want to carry off that.
Ben Freedman: Yeah this one might have a shoulder strap but it does have a pocket in the back that you can put the charger in or something you know if you want to put some accessories in.
Tiffany Young: Right, and the chargers they are making are really small.
Ben Freedman: Well for Mac, I don’t know for around here. I don’t know what I did with that. But the Mac chargers are very small. So, this guy when you want to use it, you basically just leave the Mac inside and open it up like that and the case stays on. So this is an always on sort of case. You never have to take it out. I think this is great for like the Starbucks. You’re running to Starbucks and you can just take it and open it up, do your stuff, close it and go. You still get access to the ports and stuff.
Tiffany Young: Now then, I think you’re starting to get an idea with all of these bag selections of what us women have been going through for years when trying to pick out the right bag. I mean because there's always a better bag or different design and different colors and styles and I see more bags come out in the last year.
Ben Freedman: And by the way I know you say men these are all fairly unisexual. But we do have a couple of girly ones coming up.
Tiffany Young: Good. And my point is that the choices that men have are far greater than they probably ever been when it comes to bags.
Ben Freedman: A lot of bag choices.
Tiffany Young: Yes, definitely. Especially for a bag o’holic like you, you must be totally confused.
Ben Freedman: I love it. My bag ran it over.
Tiffany Young: Do you ever use the same bag twice?
Ben Freedman: You know, yeah. You know what I do is I find one and I use it for months until my next favorite comes on. And I'm going to show you my favorite is here, this one.
Tiffany Young: Okay.
Ben Freedman: This is $30.00.
Tiffany Young: Alright that’s good yeah.
Ben Freedman: Again Neoprene wetsuit material kind of case. So let’s puff that out of there. Now if you want an always on case for something to look more substantial, I'm going to go back to InfoCase and this is the InfoCase Always-On. And again, very similar but this one has this two pockets on the front, just about perfectly sized for your charger in one and like an iPod or something else you know whatever you need to put on the other one. And again this is very similar. And this goes in here. This one has inside a little more padding. If you take a look here you can see there's some padding going on down here and some space, some events for letting the air out and such. That goes in here.
Stick this underneath here and underneath here and it goes in there and then this one is a little different. It has the plastic. I don’t know if you can see them. Let me close this down a bit. It has this clear plastic bits. And I found this slightly annoying because when the screen is in there. Let me see if I can get this in. when the screen is in there it’s actually, it lies slightly on top of the screen.
Can you see that? I hope you can see it, there's a little slight—it’s only a little bit of your screen. I don’t know if you can really make that out. Very hard to see it. There it is right there. Can you see that? It’s covering a slight corner of the screen. Not a big deal would that bother you?
Tiffany Young: No. I don’t think so.
Ben Freedman: No, to me it bothered me a little bit. I saw it occasionally when I was practicing and trying this out. But the rest of the case is really kind of neat. Again, you do it up—
Tiffany Young: It’s like designer jeans.
Ben Freedman: I know, do you remember when this—you see that? I don’t know if you can make that out.
Tiffany Young: I am cool because I have an Apple.
Ben Freedman: There's a cut out on the back here. And make sure everyone knows you have an expensive laptop in this case. So you know.
Tiffany Young: So don’t go lay it down anywhere.
Ben Freedman: Well this kind of solves the problem you were saying with the other one in that—it also has a shoulder strap. So you can wear this, it stays in the case and again, when you want to use it, a little more protection than the RadTech case. You just pop it open like this and again, it stays in there. Now I find sometimes this gets in the way of having it flat. So you can take it off you know it’s removable because it’s connected half to the bottom and half to the top.
Tiffany Young: I see, well it’s just you know when you're either traveling. I mean I don’t know about you but I always have my hands full. I always my hands are busy and so they have something strapped on to me rather than in my hand, it’s just—I find it to be easier.
Ben Freedman: Right. So—
Tiffany Young: That’s my lifestyle though. So—
Ben Freedman: I like this. It’s a little more protection than the RadTech NeoCase. It doesn’t have the same wetsuit material. This is more like a vinyl on leather. But it’s a little more protection, a little more space it’s got the carrying space on the back.
Tiffany Young: She is in there pretty good.
Ben Freedman: It does stay in there really well.
Tiffany Young: I like that it has extra pockets too in the front.
Ben Freedman: Yes, these pockets are good. And I don’t know, I find that the Apple logo showing through the back a little bit cheesy but what are you going to do? This is $80.00 for this. So we’ll got enough a little bit more into a little more botika price here and stuff.
Tiffany Young: Nice case though, it’s got a lot of little extras on.
Ben Freedman: It does have a lot of little extras and it has very comfortable strap. And the case itself doesn’t weigh much.
Tiffany Young: And, it’s a nice leather.
Ben Freedman: Yeah, so this case—
Tiffany Young: ID.
Ben Freedman: A little ID, so again after they steal your laptop they can call you up to taunt you about it.
Tiffany Young: I have all your names and numbers. I've got all your pictures. What do you want to pay to get your laptop back.
Ben Freedman: Yeah, we have one more of the Always-On but this is from a company called Spec. And they take a different approach. It’s not so much a case but it’s more of a skin. These are the Spec—
Tiffany Young: Oh nice and yellow.
Ben Freedman: You look a little green today.
Tiffany Young: Yeah I don’t know. I set my—I think.
Ben Freedman: So this is kind of like your iPod. You know you get a skin for your iPod.
Tiffany Young: Exactly.
Ben Freedman: So let me show you. I’ll tell you what I can--
Tiffany Young: But I was wondering when they are going to come out with these stuff, it’s just a matter of time.
Ben Freedman: Talk for a second while I put this on.
Tiffany Young: Okay so, the hard plastic, and snaps on pretty easily.
Ben Freedman: You know I find that it actually goes on very easily and it doesn’t you know I was worried that it might fall off, but it actually sticks on there pretty good. It takes a little bit of effort.
Tiffany Young: Oh that was fast.
Ben Freedman: And you know what I think is kind of cool about this obviously now you’ve got scratch and bend protection. But it also means that if you're in like the Macworld or if you're with a bunch of other Macs all the computers look the same. That is one problem Macs is there’s no—you know they have two kinds of laptop, they have MacBook Pro and Mac. This comes in like five different colors. You can get a red, you can get a blue that has all the openings for the ports. It’s really good for folks at home and it has.
It has slots to allow for a little bit of ventilation there. Take a look at this side, you can see all the ports are exposed so you can—you know you never need to take it out of here. But it gives your Mac a little differentiation.
Tiffany Young: It does, a little personalization.
Ben Freedman: A little personalization. It’s an easy way. You know a lot of people with the titanium Macs, the Mac Pros. They actually go get—you can get them a laser edged now.
Tiffany Young: I've seen that it’s like your iPod.
Ben Freedman: That’s right but it’s kind of permanent.
Tiffany Young: Try to sell that on eBay.
Ben Freedman: Well exactly. So you know, when you get you know the name of your girlfriend and scribed on there and then you break up pretty much later—
Tiffany Young: It’s kind of like that tattoo that you got until you want to—not a good idea.
Ben Freedman: Don’t tell them about what I did. I feel very embarrassed about that and thankfully it doesn’t show on the show but when we do our wakeboarding special.
Tiffany Young: Good to cover it right up.
Ben Freedman: That’s right. So this is from a company called Spec. this is $50.00. So it’s not cheap for a couple of plastic.
Tiffany Young: You what you can do with this too is you can even if you wanted to put something in here you know like a picture or I don’t know, something to personalize it. You could slip it right in the case.
Ben Freedman: You can put a picture inside and squeeze it between the case and--
Tiffany Young: Your identification you put that right—I don’t know, something just a thought.
Ben Freedman: That’s pretty cool. So there is your green in this case, your green a MacBook.
Tiffany Young: In this case. I’m such a dork today. I don’t know what my problem is. You ever had a whole day where you say like stupid things like all day and then--
Ben Freedman: Alright now, my personal favorite these days are the Messenger Bags. And very, very popular now are the vertical style messenger bags that hold the laptop in a vertical position. More than a horizontal position apparently better for your bag or something like that. So the first one I'm going to look at is from a company here called STM and this is a vertical and thank the Lord it’s not black. All the other ones are just a blending right into our background. This one is kind of a green, it comes in several colors. And again, it’s designed pretty much for the MacBook. Pop it open here and you’ve got, you got a little pocket here, a little secret, not secret but a little pocket here. And then you open up the secondary part MacBook slides in.
Tiffany Young: Very padded.
Ben Freedman: Very padded, it’s nice. And there's another slot of papers here and that goes over and that goes over. And it’s still a fairly light package.
Tiffany Young: Yeah it’ not bad. Not bad at all.
Ben Freedman: Yeah, and do me a favor, stand up and—oh by the way, this also has a cell phone—
Tiffany Young: Oh that’s my pants.
Ben Freedman: Cell phone pocket on here. Go ahead and put that over your shoulder.
Tiffany Young: Okay so we have messenger style.
Ben Freedman: Yeah and give us a twirl here I have to move these over so we can see it.
Tiffany Young: Okay so now, I prefer to carry this. I mean you could put it across your back further this way. But you know when you walk then it sort of balances. So I think the best way…
Ben Freedman: Give it a little spanking.
Tiffany Young: --is definitely right here.
Ben Freedman: Right on the hip.
Tiffany Young: And you know that’s very comfortable.
Ben Freedman: STM makes a very comfortable.
Tiffany Young: And it’s not, you know it’s not so much of a big bag.
Ben Freedman: Now let me ask you this question. Does the vertical bag, the verticalness on it does that make it girly? Does it look too much like a purse?
Tiffany Young: I don’t think so. I think if it was pink. No I think this is actually very sort of like sage color. It’s more of a manly color.
Ben Freedman: So this is, this is by STM and this is called the cargo, no I'm sorry this is called the Alley the STM Alley. Alley?
Tiffany Young: The Alley bag.
Ben Freedman: Well it’s Alley.
Tiffany Young: Oh not like Ali.
Ben Freedman: Not like Ali like my daughter Ali.
Tiffany Young: Right.
Ben Freedman: But maybe that’s subliminally maybe you think it’s kind of a girly bag.
Tiffany Young: It might have.
Ben Freedman: But I think you're right. I mean it does come out with the color. It comes in like dark gray which is kind of nice if you want to--
Tiffany Young: No I don’t think so I think it’s actually, it’s a little bit feminine looking but I think it’s just because of the size. But the color makes it work and you know.
Ben Freedman: Well this is kind of fun because of this pocket that goes over this curve.
Tiffany Young: I think in the travel documents right there.
Ben Freedman: Travel documents. I think you're right.
Tiffany Young: For ticket, I mean because it’s like the perfect size for a ticket and passport.
Ben Freedman: Alright, so that’s the Alley STM and that is $40.00.
Tiffany Young: And this makes it—oh that’s a reasonable price.
Ben Freedman: Very reasonable. It’s one of the cheaper ones of the high case.
Tiffany Young: This makes it really comfortable right on your shoulders.
Ben Freedman: And did you see the iPod or cell phone pocket?
Tiffany Young: Oh look at that, I missed it.
Ben Freedman: You got to have the cell phone pocket. Alright.
Tiffany Young: This is my favorite so far.
Ben Freedman: Okay.
Tiffany Young: So maybe this is a girly bag I don’t know. Okay next.
Ben Freedman: Let’s move on to a couple more of the vertical style ones. So this is of the vertical ones I got to tell you I think this one is--
Tiffany Young: Oh that’s nice.
Ben Freedman: Yeah, this one is from a company called Booq. Is that how you pronounce it? Booq? Booq? Now this one has got a couple of neat features. First of all, it’s got a Velcroey, oh it’s not Velcro it’s magnets.
Tiffany Young: I wish it was a black. Oh nice.
Ben Freedman: See, that snappy, so you don’t have Velcro to worry about wearing out. And it’s got a really cool color scheme. This is for your cell phone and your iPod and a little pocket in here. In the top here it’s got a or another perfect cell phone pocket or iPod and it’s got this a lot of it coming out with this pass through holes. Right? Where you stick your headphones through there and that way they come out of the hole. If I open the main pocket here. As you can see it falls that same sort of grey theme here with another pocket under here. It’s kind of nice. And then you put your main laptop pocket in here.
Tiffany Young: Oh I like the magnet.
Ben Freedman: Yeah. Well is that a magnet or is it just the way it fits in that? I think it just fits in the kind of snug fit. Let’s stick the Mac in there. And that goes in here. Now, this one is a pretty snug fit. I'm going to put that in there which is good there's not a lot of excess room. It is kind of a snug fit. Let me tell you what I really like about this. Handle on the back but you’ve got to put this on and gain a padded thing. You got to put this on to appreciate it. Go ahead and put that over your shoulder again.
Now turn sideways here and maybe people can see the way this loops like this, it’s just very comfortable on your hip huh? I find it really easy to wear.
Tiffany Young: Now, did you find this, you—just that on your hip too?
Ben Freedman: Yeah.
Tiffany Young: Because I think that you're a little bit taller.
Ben Freedman: Such for a tall girl.
Tiffany Young: This is nice.
Ben Freedman: You like that one huh?
Tiffany Young: Yeah, very nice.
Ben Freedman: Now we have to say of all the bags and you know this one is close to $100.00 this is definitely one of the nicest—I think it’s girly.
Tiffany Young: You think it’s girly too? I think you just think vertical bags are girly.
Ben Freedman: Well, it could be because this one is black but it has sort of pear shape of it. It looks a little girly to me but maybe I'm—I don’t know.
Tiffany Young: And that’s nice too—it’s got the nice padding.
Ben Freedman: A really nice padding on the back here.
Tiffany Young: And in the inside, you can see there's a little indent right for you hip.
Ben Freedman: I'm figuring out how to get a hold of this. That’s right, so you can see there's like a little—and this is a very nice padding.
Tiffany Young: It’s nice padding and then especially like I said it’s right on your hip.
Ben Freedman: So this is the Booq Mamba it’s called. And the Mamba is that a feminine name?
Tiffany Young: --diaper bags like that with a little hip indent I mean because—
Ben Freedman: Make a diaper bag and—
Tiffany Young: --like a laptop. Can you put a diaper in there? A laptop diaper bag.
Ben Freedman: So that is the Mamba by Booq and I got to tell you that of the vertical ones that I think is my favorite.
Tiffany Young: Yeah I have to say I really like this one too.
Ben Freedman: But I think I would go with the STM and the darker color for a guy but this one I think you know the other STM is good for a girl in that sage. I'm sorry.
Tiffany Young: I would do this in any other color but black just because everybody is packed.
Ben Freedman: And lastly, our vertical, I think this is the last vertical one we have. Now this one is kind of a specialty bag. And again it looks kind of similar to some of the other ones in here. This is by a company called Pacsafe this is the MetroSafe 300 and again I’ll try and hold it here so it doesn’t blend in too much of our background. Again Velcro up here and very nice pockets in here if you take a look inside you can see here’s your pocket for the laptop.
Tiffany Young: I get so excited about your bags.
Ben Freedman: I love these bags and it’s got some nice things in here. Now, what makes this different, what makes the Pacsafe different than the other bags we have looked at is these are really designed for high security requirements. You live in like an urban area where you worry about stuff getting stolen or if you ever worry about you know if you're in some or maybe a school environment or something I don’t know call the environment where there's a high depth rate. This bag it has a layer of mash metal inside.
Tiffany Young: Oh I can feel it.
Ben Freedman: Can you feel it?
Tiffany Young: Yeah.
Ben Freedman: If you squeeze it you're going to feel there's a mash metal inside and that stops it from getting slashed. So if somebody comes on and wants to slash the bag to get into it, they’ll have a little hard time getting through that metal mash. Similarly the strap has metal in it. Okay, if you run your fingers on that you can feel it. And it’s a slash proof strap. So we have slash proof covers, slash proof strap.
Tiffany Young: Well this is then hooking it.
Ben Freedman: Well that’s right. But take a look over here this hook is kind of special. It has a combination lock on. And what you can do is you can take this and wrap it around like a tree or something like that. Wrap it around your desk if you have a desk at work. Put it back on here and set the combination and you can also use this to keep the zippers closed. You can set a combination and then I mean that’s going to detour any casual effect. I mean if you have something that comes along with that pack you know who really wants to get what they can. But kids or teenagers or anyone who just wants to you know do a snatch and grab they're going to have a hard time getting this away from you. You got the slash protection that’s hard to get into and you’ve got the locking mechanism here.
Tiffany Young: Interesting, very interesting.
Ben Freedman: Do you ever feel like your laptop is not so secure?
Tiffany Young: I pretty much—well, not really. I don’t have to leave it anywhere. I mean at work or in the car or whatever I figure they will take the car first anyway. So I think the laptop is a parting gift.
Ben Freedman: So that is $90.00 a little more expensive than some of the other cases but you have that extra level of security which then I guess--
Tiffany Young: I'm like picturing strapping it to a tree or something and walking right…
Ben Freedman: What about your desk at work or something if you have a…
Tiffany Young: I don’t know I'm like trying to picture an environment where you go to work you have to strap your…
Ben Freedman: We are very blessed here that we don’t have to think about those sort of things. But there are people that you know—you don’t have to think about those kind of stuff.
Tiffany Young: And in that environment absolutely would like one of those.
Ben Freedman: Yes okay. Let’s talk about—let’s get now to the standard sort of messenger bag style or briefcase style, horizontal style. The first one I want to talk about and I think this is—this wins my cuteness award. This is very cute, this is a bag from Marware it’s called the sportfolio. It’s not portfolio, sportfolio. Again, it’s got that neoprene and, yeah I feel this rubber pocket.
Tiffany Young: Oh that is so neoprene. This is very Burberry.
Ben Freedman: Yeah, and I got to tell you it is—this is a very cute little case in the back here it’s got your pockets I don’t know if you can see it here. It’s got pockets for your charger. And they even tell you like put your iPod in here, put your Mac charger and your charging thing in there and you know, it’s a very designed for the perfect size for the Mac charger. So they do a pretty good job with bringing out that stuff in there. Again, the headphone pass through slot. So if you have your iPod in here you could patch your headphones. And then in the front here is the case and it just is the perfect size for your MacBook.
Tiffany Young: That’s nice.
Ben Freedman: And again, it doesn’t weigh too much so you're not adding a lot of weight to your thing. If you want a really small cute case with still a little room for stuff. I think you have a hard time going wrong with the sportfolio.
Tiffany Young: I like this one too and very nice padding on the—did you feel that? It feels squishy. It feels like—
Ben Freedman: Gel.
Tiffany Young: Yeah it feels like gel based.
Ben Freedman: Well I think that’s—and it’s very comfortable.
Tiffany Young: Yeah, well I like this bag.
Ben Freedman: That is…
Tiffany Young: Now do you think this looks manly.
Ben Freedman: It doesn’t look too manly to me. But I, well yes or no, I think this one is very a sexual. I don’t think this one is very a sexual.
Tiffany Young: Okay, see you won’t have any issues carrying this one.
Ben Freedman: No I would have no—and especially coz you got the neoprene which me being a scuba diver you know I think this is—
Tiffany Young: Because you're going to go scuba diving with that after all.
Ben Freedman: Well no but you know this says I have neoprene I don’t know what it says.
Tiffany Young: It says you're sporty.
Ben Freedman: You're sporty, you use sportfolio.
Tiffany Young: I swear there’s such a name of an association that you got the total name of the association going on. I mean the—all the mini psychologist today with the Alley bag you know it’s sporty. The sport bag, not carry the sport bag. Now I carry the sport bag because if I was a scuba diver that’s got neoprene.
Ben Freedman: $89.00 for the Marware—
Tiffany Young: It even smells like neoprene.
Ben Freedman: It smells like neoprene.
Tiffany Young: It does.
Ben Freedman: Alright, this next one I think is the girliest bag and this is the Cargo by STM and this is—you know what makes this bag girly? And I got to say it’s a nice bag it’s very comfortable. Well I’ll have you to try this on again because this is just a nice—it’s one of the best looking bags I think we reviewed today. But what makes this girly is this buckle. Okay? So this buckle like goes through the little hole an then it clips close like that and--
Tiffany Young: This is like the throw back in 1970s.
Ben Freedman: Right, well that’s very retro. So this one comes with a separate sleeve and can you stick the laptop in there and there it is again designed for it. So it goes in there like that. And it stays in there you got room for pens and pencils but it’s funky cool little side zipper thingy here. But look, look at the length of this pull tab okay? Doesn’t that say I'm a girly bag?
Tiffany Young: I don’t know does it say I'm a girly bag? What's the name of it?
Ben Freedman: This is the Cargo.
Tiffany Young: Oh the Cargo, the STM Cargo.
Ben Freedman: STM Cargo do me a favor stand up and give that a wear.
Tiffany Young: It doesn’t look so little more opposite doesn’t it?
Ben Freedman: I think this is—I mean it’s a great looking bag. Let me throw this in here. I think it’s a great looking bag. Now would you do a side like that or would you go over the shoulder?
Tiffany Young: Well I guess you can do either or I would probably do…
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