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EVERKI Camber Netbook Case improves ergonomics

Posted on Saturday, December 12 2009 @ 03:07:16 CET by


EVERKI introduced the multifunctional Camber Netbook Case, it will be available for $49.99. Check out the video to see the features of this bag.
“Netbooks are great for the traveler because of their small size but using them on the road has not always been the most convenient,” remarked Vyrio Ngo, Everki USA, Inc.’s director of sales, “We wanted to design something to not only carry and protect netbooks and accessories, but can work as a mobile desk so that productivity doesn’t have to stop while sitting at the airport. No more fussing with trying to balance a small netbook on your lap or cramped hands while typing on a tiny keyboard.”

The Camber’s clever ‘incline’ design allows the outer EVA protective shell to double as a convenient travel desk or lap stand for a vastly improved typing position. A uniquely designed quad-surface dual Velcro interface strap system allows for quick changes between sling and briefcase carrying, or complete strap removal to turn the Camber into sleeve mode for stowage inside another bag. Unlike most netbook cases, the Camber also provides plenty of room for the power adapter and accessories. Convenient mobility truly meets ergonomic design in the Everki Camber.



 



 

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