Introducing Mobile Edge’s new Professional Rolling Laptop Case, which promises to become the “go-to” case for travelers and corporate road warriors, ideal for daily commutes or overnight trips for people on-the-go.
“We wanted to offer a way for our customers to transport their digital devices, files, and accessories while giving their backs and shoulders a rest,” explains Mobile Edge president and CEO G. David Cartwright. “We wanted something stylish and highly functional, and that was built to the exacting standards our customers expect.”
The Professional Roller features an adjustable compartment to fit laptops from 13″ to 17.3″, a five-stage telescoping handle, free-rolling in-line skate wheels for stability, and ample dedicated storage to fit files, pens, phones, tablets, business cards, keys, cables, and even a change of clothes and other personal items. The Professional Roller is consistent with the major airline carry-on dimensions and fits in overhead bins.
Constructed of durable ballistic nylon, the Professional Roller is weather and impact resistant, ensuring that expensive hardware, irreplaceable data, and personal items are well-protected, well-organized, and easy to access when needed.
The Professional Roller also provides great versatility. Use it to wheel your laptop, files, and accessories to cross-town meetings through cavernous parking garages, crowded sidewalks and across busy streets, or combine it with Mobile Edge’s matching Professional Backpack (which fits securely atop the rolling case using a built-in trolley strap) and you can transport your entire mobile office plus clothes and more through even the busiest airports for overnight or short-term business trips.
The Professional Roller offers advantages for students as well. In addition to laptops and other devices, it can accommodate textbooks, notebooks, and even snacks and personal items. Pair it with the Professional Backpack, and it’s not difficult to imagine students using the Professional Roller “system” to organize and cart all of their computer and school-related materials down lengthy corridors or cross-campus, saving wear and tear on their backs and shoulders.