I love bags. I love unwrapping them, trying them out, and having plenty at my disposal to fit different usage needs: small ones for going back and forth to the office, large ones for carrying lots of gear when traveling, etc.
In this InkShow, I take a look at the Tom Bihn Ristretto Messenger bag. I’ve been really pleased with this bag and how much it can actually hold. When traveling to Seattle last month, it was my primary bag for carrying the Dell Latitude XT with extended battery, AC adapter, and other miscellaneous things I might need. It was perfect.
In this InkShow, I show how much stuff this little bag can hold, and demo various ultra-portables and tablet pcs like the Apple MacBook, Lenovo IdeaPad U110, Lenovo X61 Tablet PC, Lenovo X300, and Dell Latitude XT Tablet PC. Some fit perfect. Others, like the X61, were a bit too snug.
The Ristretto is available in various color choices for $70. I highly recommend the accessory organizer pouches, too.
Unfortunately, I don’t have a direct WMV download of this InkShow.
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