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WaterField unveils the Outback Duo, a bag that can hold two laptops

WaterField Designs has introduced the Outback Duo—a minimalist laptop brief with dual padded compartments to protect two laptops or a laptop and a tablet with additional space for daily work necessities.

With a premium leather flap and in-case charging capability, the ultra-slim Outback Duo laptop bag keeps both devices protected and within reach whether working from home or safely at the office, says WaterField owner Gary Waterfield. The case’s features include:

° Two laptop compartments encased by impact-resistant foam lined with plush, no-scratch fabric;

° Laptop compartment cut-outs that allow for in-case laptop charging;

° A gold, water-resistant liner that lights up interior for increased visibility;

° A waterproof zipper that secures the main compartment and maintains clean lines;

° An expandable front pocket that closes with a full-grain, double-layer, leather flap and strong self-finding magnet;

° A front pocket that includes interior organization pockets for pens, a phone, and a wallet;

° Three carry options: leather-lined handles, a detachable suspension shoulder strap, and a wheeled suitcase passthrough;

° Two bag-size options protect dual laptops up to 14-inch MacBook Pro or up to 16-inch MacBook Pro dimensions. The compact option costs US$229; the full version is $239.

The Outback Duo is available in a choice of tan waxed canvas or black ballistic nylon coupled with a full-grain, dual-layer leather flap. You can preorder now; the first production run ships July 10.

Dennis Sellers
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Dennis Sellers is the editor/publisher of Apple World Today. He’s been an “Apple journalist” since 1995 (starting with the first big Apple news site, MacCentral). He loves to read, run, play sports, and watch movies.