Back in times long past, when ancient leaders were known to kill the person who delivered an unwanted message, there was no sure way to obtain a great messenger bag. Now, however, smart shoppers can go online and search for a suitable canvas messenger bag.
If that online shopper happens to visit Targus’ web site, then he or she should find pictures of a mobile workstation. For an amount of about fifty dollars, a bag-seeking shopper can request a red, blue, brown or black laptop bag, one that can function as a backpack.
Of course the makers of Targus’ bags did not stop with creation of an 18 inch backpack. In addition to the mobile workstation, they designed and produced an item called a “Clamshell,” a case on a roller and a commuter case. Each of those black canvas messenger bag has managed to demonstrate two important qualities—style and performance.
Moreover, any Targus case can be equipped with either keyed locks or combination locks. No ancient messenger could keep his message so removed from curious eyes. He could not speak with a keying team about customized keying options. He could not rely on the safety of a keyless lock.
At the same time, the contents of an ancient messenger’s sack did not have to pass through security checkpoints. Today, however, a traveler must be ready to pass a security inspection. The latest cases and backpacks are said to be “checkpoint friendly.” At the same time, they offer insurance of a sturdy protection, one that is sure to last.
No item sold today can guarantee assignment of a presentation with a welcoming message. However, anything used to carry that laptop that holds that presentation is sure to make it safely through rigorous demands, demands that have been created by compliance to 21st Century travel limitations.