|Targus 15.4-Inch Corporate Traveler Laptop Case CUCT02A|
|Reviews - Featured Reviews: Notebook | Compact PC|
|Written by Olin Coles|
|Wednesday, 10 October 2007|
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If you are not already convinced the extra attention to detail is enough to sway your opinion away from the house-brand junk that is peddled to you by inexperienced computer manufacturers, then the rest of this review will certainly seal the deal. Targus has really held that saying "it's what you have on the inside that counts" because the 15.4-Inch Corporate Traveler CUCT02A laptop case offers even more once you grab ahold of that zipper.
The CUCT02A offers something new to the world of laptop cases: a removable pouch. Inside the mind of every business-person is a tangled expanse of new ideas, projects and daily reminders. With removable mesh pouches, the Corporate Traveler line offers a new way to keep all of your gadgets and accessories neatly stored within a removable, mesh pouch; making your mobile life easier and more organized.
Inside the Targus 15.4-Inch Corporate Traveler Laptop Case is an extremely convenient rear compartment. On the go, there is little time to properly wrap that last-minute snack, put away your in-flight magazine without wrinkling important papers, or completely dry your umbrella after running between terminals. The Corporate Traveler line offers a separate rear compartment - away from important documents and electronics located in the workspace area.
But that's not all. In addition to a rear compartment, the Targus CUCT02A has several accessory compartments. Whether reaching for your favorite hand-held gadget or for an old-fashioned pad of paper, the Corporate Traveler line includes special compartments that keep your devices and supplies within short reach of your pens and other mobile necessities.
But still, that's not all ... because Targus still has a few more hidden caveats inside this 15.4-Inch Corporate Traveler laptop case. Let's assume you have already packed this case with your cellular phone and digital music player, and just don't care to pack away an external hard drive. Let's say you are not completely moved into the digital age and your backups are still stored on optical media. Well, the CUCT02A has you covered and offers a safe place to store CD and DVD media.
As technology continues to advance and mobile computing increasingly occupies a smaller and smaller footprint, external storage devices remain a necessary component of our mobile lives. With a dedicated CD/DVD sleeve, the Corporate Traveler line helps to keep your data safe and neatly tucked away.
Seriously, Targus still has more. There's a file compartment neatly tucked into the CUCT02A. Sure, we all dream of a paper-less work environment, where one device can wirelessly transfer documentation and credentials to another .... Until then, documents are the de facto medium for legal agreements and other sensitive communications. To help keep your documents in pristine condition, the Corporate Traveler line offers a dedicated filing area, separated from other bulky items that might crease or damage an important photo or the carbon-copy of a contract.
Every Corporate traveler notebook case includes the patented SafePORT Air Cushion System, which combines vented air cushioning and high-density foam padding.
Specially engineered cushions line the bottom and sides of the Targus CUCT02A compartment to protect the notebook from side and vertical impact. These cushions absorb shock and slowly force air out of the vents upon impact, then return to their full protective strength in a split second. To protect against damage due to shifting, the cushions also adjust to fit different sized notebooks.
Protecting the Targus 15.4-Inch Corporate Traveler Laptop Case CUCT02A and its data is the most important element in the performance of a notebook case. Every day, notebooks are subjected to shock and vibration, which could lead to substantial damage to the hard-drive and screen. The best cases prevent potential damage by reducing impact to the notebook. A five-sided drop test measures the G force (a force resulting from acceleration such as gravity) that is experienced when a computer is dropped from five different angles: bottom, left side, right side, back, front. The lower the Gs, the less impact or damage to the notebook.