AccessoriesApple Vision Pro

WaterField introduces Backpack for Apple Vision Pro

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WaterField has introduced the industry’s first Backpack for Apple Vision Pro—a solution designed to transport the spatial computer along with a MacBook Pro, Magic Keyboard, Trackpad, gaming controller, and more.

According to WaterField owner Gary Waterfield, the US$419 backpack features are:

Custom Vision Pro compartment includes:

  • Removable, padded “hammock” elevates the spatial computer off the bottom of the bag.
  • Padded accessory pocket holds extra headband, cables, power adapter, battery, and Magic Trackpad while providing additional protection for the front of the device.
  • Padded accessory “hatbox,” with two scratch-free Ultrasuede® ZEISS Optical Insert pockets, fits within the headspace of the Vision Pro, keeping the headset in place.
  • Custom, removable, ballistic nylon pouches hold additional items outside the “hammock,” further securing the Vision Pro and protecting its sides.

Separate Second Compartment includes:

  • Built-in padded laptop sleeve (accommodating up to a 16-inch MacBook Pro)
  • Padded Magic Keyboard pocket 
  • Zippered mesh pocket with a hidden AirTag pocket 

Premium Materials

  • Highly water-resistant 1680 denier black ballistic nylon
  • YKK waterproof zippers
  • Custom metal zipper pulls that can be locked together (lock not included)
  • Firm impact-resistant foam on all sides and multiple layers of fleece-like padding
  • Shock-absorbing neoprene-padded bottom
  • Removable, padded, foam and fleece middle divider
  • Visibility-enhancing, gold, water-resistant liner in the upper compartment

Flexible Carry Options

  • Ergonomic, neoprene-padded straps and back, each lined with moisture-wicking mesh
  • Leather-wrapped handle for briefcase-style carry
  • Wheeled suitcase passthrough
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.