Multimedia Backpack by Kata

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Multimedia Backpack by Kata

This multimedia backpack from the professional outfitter Kata allows you to carry your precious gadgets “as safely, protected, and comfortably as the professionals do.”

The top and bottom of the backpack are separated by a removable divider and can be opened individually. The divider is easily removed should you need the full height of the backpack. The separate zip-pocket safely holds your 12 inch laptop in place. The side zip-pocket has a practical cable outlet so you can listen to music on the go.

Multimedia Backpack by Kata

The tear-resistant outer fabric, the elastic specialty foam padding in the middle, and the soft inner lining perfectly protect your equipment against impacts and the weather. Rubber bumpers on the side provide additional protection. Splash water resistant. With soft, padded shoulder straps and sturdy two-way zippers.

The Kata Multimedia Backpack measures 30 x 15 x 45cm (12 x 6 x 17 3⁄4in) and weighs 1000g (2.2 lbs). You can get it from Pro-Idee for £94.50 (about $167 USD).

(The Red Ferret Journal via The Design Blog via Likecool via Ubergizmo via Prylfeber)

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11 Responses to “Multimedia Backpack by Kata”

  1. David Freitag the computer doc Reply September 5, 2008 at 8:54 am

    This really looks nice and very useful.

    Are there a number of places selling it or just the site listed?

  2. David, I’m only aware of the shop listed in the article. Maybe someone else knows of other retailers for the “Kata Multimedia Backpack”?

    Thanks you all for stopping by!

  3. Its pretty good. Light, comfortable and pretty much water-proof – I got caught in a heavy rain a few times while hiking through the jungle. My cameras and lenses stayed bone-dry.

  4. True Sam, I bought a computer backpack quite recently. Otherwise, I’m quite sure I would’ve got myself one of these.

    Thanks for stopping by!

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