Reviewed: Inateck laptop bag. Great when you need to travel with tech.

It being the summer holidays, I’m spending a lot of time visiting attractions with the kids and undertaking various overnight stays. Among the many considerations I have to consider is what luggage to take.

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Peering out from behind the Inateck laptop bag. Not just any rucksack, oh no. This one has an external USB port.

As parents, Mrs Adams and I learned the hard way that some luggage items are more suitable than others. A Michael Korrs handbag, for instance, is not much use when walking in the countryside.

Likewise, if I’m going somewhere overnight with the children, I need to take a laptop or tablet with me. While I always try to do as little work as possible during the holidays, I have to keep this blog updated and, more to the point, you need some form of tech to keep a family operating smoothly these days.

To fill this void, I have been using the Inateck laptop bag. I simply cannot continue without mentioning this product’s one, standout feature: This bag has an external USB port that plugs into battery pack so you can charge a device while on the go.

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Yes, the Inateck laptop bag has an external USB port. As one of my daughter’s remarked: “Wow, it’s got a plug on the outside.”

The port has been incredibly well designed with a external pocket directly underneath so you can store a phone in it as it charges. These are, unquestionably, my two favourite features.

The laptop bag is also made of a durable fabric and comes with a rain cover so you can keep your gadgets dry. In terms of pockets, there are two, slim tablet-sized pockets on the front with waterproof zips.

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A close up of the front of the Inateck laptop bag. It’s made of great fabric and has waterproof zips.

There is a large section behind this featuring space for lose change and pens etc. Behind that is the largest pocket. This is where you place your lap top, cables and so on. There’s also padding on the back for comfort and a range of features you would expect such as adjustable straps, padding for comfort and so on.

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There’s a specially padded pocket for storing your laptop computer.

As with most Inateck items, this laptop bag is available online from Amazon. At the time of writing, it was selling for £23.99.

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There are plenty of pockets in the front for storing your necessary bits and bobs.

This is possibly not the correct rucksack if you are climbing up a Welsh mountain with camping gear. If you are having to travel somewhere with your gadgets, this is a great bag and I have made great use of it and will continue to do so. It’s a great luggage item for freelancers or anyone needing to travel with tech items.

 

Disclosure: An Inateck laptop bag was provided for review purposes. Thoughts and opinions entirely my own.

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