Targus was founded back in 1983 by Neil Bruce-Copp in Barnes, London, after he invented the world’s first personal computer carrying case and secured orders from IBM and ICL to fund Targus Group.
They are known for releasing the first laptop case in history. Since then they’ve branched off into laptop and tablet cases, computer accessories, keyboards and docking stations.
The Targus Newport Drawstring Backpack is designed to carry up to a 15” laptop while leaving ample space for clothes or a notebooks. The backpack also includes dedicated slim pockets for any additional accessories and travel items. The drawstring ensures that your personal items are secured during travel
The nylon and leather touch polyurethane have been weaved together to help repel water and protect your items from the elements. Perfect bag for your daily commute or for a day trip up into the mountains.
- Perfect drawstring rucksack design holds different everyday accessories
- Adjustable padded shoulder straps and top handle for your travel convenience
- Premium metallic hard trims add a touch of elegance and style as well as high density water-repellent twill nylon and leather touch polyurethane
- Material – High Density Nylon / PU
- Fits – Up to 15″ MacBook Pro
- Product Dimensions – 30 x 13.5 x 46 cm (W x H x D)
- Weight – 1.58lbs (0.72 Kg)
- Capacity – 4.22 Gal (16L)
- Made In – China
- Warranty – Limited Lifetime Warranty
- Colors – available in Slate Blue and Grey
Wrapping Things Up
The Targus Newport Drawstring Backpack is a great bag for anyone that commutes for work and does not pack much. While using this bag, I did have some issues with the sizing of the bag due to the nature of my work. I work out in the field and require many tools to perform my job functions.
In addition, I usually pack my lunch and was unable to fit some of my belongings in it. The style of this bag isn’t my taste, it’s a bit on the new age modern end and my style aligns more with the Herschel brand. Overall, it is a good bag for carrying a laptop and notebook with a few other smaller items than something you would bring on a trip.
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