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Killspencer Mobile Case

One of the better looking portable packs we've seen, the Killspencer Mobile Case ($150) is good for toting around a range of gadgets. Made from water-repellent "original wax" black filter twill, the case offers a zipped inner pocket for tablets, e-Readers, and netbooks, along with outer pockets for a smartphone, moleskine sketchbook with pen, and business cards, padded neoprene inner lining, and a hidden bullhide handle that removes the need to wear the bag over your shoulder.

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