Today one could say we carry way too many devices with us. We have laptops, tablets, cell phones, iPods, etc. Sometimes we have multiple devices of each and when we travel with all of those, it’s hard to find a bag that can easily hold them and still have room for other things, but I think I found the solution.

I’ve been using the Hercules Laptop Backpack, model K7102, for the last few weeks, and I really love this bag. It has a pocket for just about everything. The largest pocket is for a laptop up to 17″ in size, but includes a foam spacer to accommodate smaller laptops and includes ECBC’s FastPass system for quick security checks, so you don’t have to remove your laptop every time. The main pocket includes a designated area for your tablet (any size) and a mesh pocket to store your wallet and/or keys. There’s also plenty of additional room to put some books or other things you need to carry around with you. The last pocket is designed to store smaller items such as pens, business cards, loose change and so forth. It also features a mesh pocket. Two side pouches are also included to hold your water bottle or sunglasses.

Weighing just 2.7 pounds, the Hercules Laptop Backpack is super light. The exterior is made with high-quality 1000d Kodra material and the inside has a 210d double diamond ripstop lining. It also features heavy duty YKK zippers and the exterior has a water repellent coating. A rugged, yet comfortable handle, sits on top of the bag and the back panel includes an air mesh lining to help you on those extra hot days. Finally, the adjustable backstraps are double stitched to provide extra durability and fully adjustable sternum straps so that anyone can use this bag comfortably.

The Hercules Laptop Backpack retails for $139.99, is available multiple colours and can be purchased by visiting


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