Maybe it’s just me, but some of Belkin’s new Eee PC bags look like they’re designed more for a day at the beach than for lugging around a laptop that you use for actual work. But with prices ranging from $13 to $25, these padded cases are actually kind of attractive.

Like other ulrtaportables, the Eee PC doesn’t fit snugly into your typical laptop case. So while you may have plenty of padding in your backpack or over the shoulder bag, it’s nice to have a form-fitting case that your computer won’t slide around in.

Fortunately, while Belkin is showing “jet-set red,” “plum berry,” and “techno blue” colors on its web site, you can also purchase a quilted case, carrying case, or neoprene sleeve in a more subdued black tone.

[via Yahoo!]



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2 replies on “Belkin intros line of Eee PC bags”

    1. lol, agreed. I actually just got a bag for my eee, which was recommended on the eeeuser forums. Its the Mark VII bag used by the British in WW2, but more notably used by Indiana Jones in all his movies. I haven’t recieved it yet, but I’ll let you know how my 901 fits in it when they both arrive.

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