We don't really think these new Kevlar-reinforced bags from Chrome will stop a bullet from turning your lappie into a lap pie, as has been reported elsewhere on the internets, but that doesn't mean we don't think they're pretty slick. The Duma and Shuttle run from $110 to $120, and come in sizes that can hold everything from a 12-inch sub-notebook to a 17-inch widescreen. Models are also available in carbon fiber and ballistic nylon, in case you really have no interest in using your laptop bag for target practice.
Chrome Duma, Shuttle laptop bags boost strength with Kevlar
Marc Perton|November 28, 2005 2:30 PM
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