• Case Logic DLBP-114 14-Inch Laptop Backpack Bag - Black
  • Case Logic DLBP-114 14-Inch Laptop Backpack Bag - Black
  • Case Logic DLBP-114 14-Inch Laptop Backpack Bag - Black
  • Case Logic DLBP-114 14-Inch Laptop Backpack Bag - Black
  • Case Logic DLBP-114 14-Inch Laptop Backpack Bag - Black
  • Case Logic DLBP-114 14-Inch Laptop Backpack Bag - Black
  • Case Logic DLBP-114 14-Inch Laptop Backpack Bag - Black
  • Case Logic DLBP-114 14-Inch Laptop Backpack Bag - Black
  • Case Logic DLBP-114 14-Inch Laptop Backpack Bag - Black
  • Case Logic DLBP-114 14-Inch Laptop Backpack Bag - Black
  • Case Logic DLBP-114 14-Inch Laptop Backpack Bag - Black
  • Case Logic DLBP-114 14-Inch Laptop Backpack Bag - Black
Case Logic DLBP-114 14-Inch Laptop Backpack Bag - Black
Case Logic DLBP-114 14-Inch Laptop Backpack Bag - Black
Case Logic DLBP-114 14-Inch Laptop Backpack Bag - Black
Case Logic DLBP-114 14-Inch Laptop Backpack Bag - Black
Case Logic DLBP-114 14-Inch Laptop Backpack Bag - Black
Case Logic DLBP-114 14-Inch Laptop Backpack Bag - Black
Case Logic DLBP-114 14-Inch Laptop Backpack Bag - Black
Case Logic DLBP-114 14-Inch Laptop Backpack Bag - Black
Case Logic DLBP-114 14-Inch Laptop Backpack Bag - Black
Case Logic DLBP-114 14-Inch Laptop Backpack Bag - Black
Case Logic DLBP-114 14-Inch Laptop Backpack Bag - Black
Case Logic DLBP-114 14-Inch Laptop Backpack Bag - Black

Case Logic DLBP-114 14-Inch Laptop Backpack Bag - Black

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  • Dedicated laptop compartment holds 14-Inch Laptops, 13-Inch MacBooks and 15-Inch MacBooks.
  • An integrated laptop compartment holds laptops with screens up to 14.1-Inch
  • A zippered safety pocket secures your passport or airline ticket, Fits devices 14.3 x 1.7 x 9.9 in
  • A felt-like, scratch resistant pocket in the top is ideal for sunglasses or touch screen mobile phone, PVC free
  • Side zippered pockets offer quick access to smaller cords, keys or a snack, Strap management system keeps excess strap material rolled up, secured in place and out of your way
  • Quilted padding on the front of the pack and the shoulder straps provide added cushioning

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Great littlw backpack. This is one clean backpack. Excellent quality. They know what they're doing. Before getting this backpack I bought one with only a few positive reviews. I really like the way it looked and the size but after 3rd use the strap broke. It had single stiching holding the strap. It was made cheaply. I just received this and I can already tell this won't break any time soon. This has a double stich cross pattern holding the straps and has some padding to protect your laptop and other electronics. Definitely want padding protecting my stuff when I'm carrying over 2k worth of electronics. I will keep case logic in mind when getting a next bag of some sort. I like that they offer the same backpack style in a couple of different sizes. 5The biggest mini backpack--Not too small, Not too big This is the size I've been looking for. I was in search of a bag that would fit a 13" MacBook Pro, as well as a 13" Dell Latitude. I'm not a big person and I hate big heavy bags. My previous bag was HUGE and was designed for a 15" laptop of yesteryear. The laptop slot barely held my widescreen 13" and yet the bag was enormous. I bought the old bag from LL Bean in 1998, and it held up wonderfully--but it was made for a time when a 15" laptop was bulky and we carried lots of books and folders with us.Best uses:Professional with a 13"-14" laptop (or 15" Macbook) looking for a minimal but still useful backpackPros:Small profile yet IMPRESSIVE capacity for what it is.LightweightHolds TWO laptops and both power supplies (one in the padded compartment and one using a thin sleeve in the spot designed for a binder/book)Laptop section appears to accommodate nearly all 14" laptops easily and possibly a 15" MacBook (probably not most other 15" laptops tho)Cons:Wish the binder/book section had more padding since I use it for an extra laptop. This would be nice for your iPad/tablet/Kindle -type devices as wellNo water bottle net on the side (I've never had one but thought it was a nice feature on other backpacks I've seen)Probably too small if you need your backpack to carry around a lot of personals, or carry your lunch, or an extra pair of shoes--it's definitely not a daypack.Durability:I will try to update this review if I find anything undesirable about the durability. I gave it 4 stars instead of 5 since I cannot yet comment on durability. 4Seems sturdy enough I paid for this and will be giving this as a gift.I have 2 camera bags from Case Logic. Knowing they're reliable, I decided to get this slim backpack. It is slim. It will not expand. It will keep its form and not deform if there are no items in it. The dimension is as stated in the description.I haven't used this since I will be giving this as a gift. My experience with Case Logic bags is good. It has quality. I am always very careful when using the bags so they normally last me longer. 5inexpensive, compact and well made, perfect for daily commute and travel For my job, I carry a small (13in) laptop from home to work and back every day. I also travel and really like having a backpack to carry my laptop along with anything else handy that I need to have. I've been using a medium sized backpack that has been feeling a little heavy so I looked online for an alternative.I've had this compact caselogic backpack for just a little while, but already I believe I've made a great choice. The backpack is inexpensive, compact and well made. I wish there were one more pocket, two zippers on each opening (they only have one), and a strap to connect both shoulder straps, but you can't have everything. 4Very slim bag ideal for lightweight urban commuting I bought this thinking that my personal 11" MacBook Air would fit in it with plenty of room left to stash a second work-laptop or tablet. While it does fit the bill for that type of usage, there's not a lot of room left over for anything else. Sure, there's a myriad of pockets, lots of them useful for organization, there's not really a lot of room left for much else such as a sweater. Indeed, after a hat and a medium-thickness scarf, I had run out of room. That contrasts starkly with the bag I purchased after returning this one, a medium-size 2013 Timbuk2 messenger bag, into which I could stash my computers, winter jacket, gloves, hat, scarf, AND still have room for lunch.But this is also a lot more trim and body hugging than almost any other backpack out there. On the subway or making one's way through a crowd, this wouldn't be getting in the way or hitting people as one turned on a dime. It also happens to look fairly good, though rain protection is probably lacking. From what I've read, a bag designed for an even larger machine should provide some more storage room. Also worth noting is the comment about the velcro strap-stays: those things really are sharp-edged. I laughed at that review when I read it, but then managed so badly scrap my left wrist when shouldering the bag as a test. Had I decided to keep the bag instead of returning it like I did, I probably would cut the velcro off. 4Great compact tech backpack I was looking for a backpack to replace a 15-year old Target/Walmart-type backpack from high school. I wanted something that I could take to/from work, was flexible enough in offering a few different types of compartments, and wasn't overly big/bulky/saggy.This is exactly what I wanted.We'll start with the straps. They aren't filled with gel like some packs are, so they aren't the cushiest, but they do at least have a decent amount of stuffing in them, plus they are fairly wide, and get larger as they go up towards your shoulder, so the bag doesn't feel like it's cutting into your shoulders at all. The roll-up velcro piece that holds excess strap after you're done adjusting it to your preference is quite novel, but not something you interact with every time you wear the pack, so it's not a huge deal.The top and the lower front of the pack each have a reasonably-sized grab handle. Good for carrying into your car, or hanging on a coat hook at home.On both the left and right lower sides are two small compartments which I've found perfect for each accomodating two electronics cables - one side holds the AC power cord for my laptop and a microUSB cable for charging my phone; the other holds a 10' ethernet cable and a USB charge cable for my Zune HD. You could maybe fit a can of soda in there, or some feminine products (makeup, etc), or your car keys... but I found it great for stashing cables without overstuffing the inner compartments.The main zippered compartment -- the zipper is one of the large-teethed kind, the sort that makes a lot of noise when you operate it... but because of this, it sort of lends a feel of quality and heft to it -- quite nice. Inside, against the back is a padded insert (non-removable) which accomodates your laptop. I have a Samsung Series 7 Chronos with a 15.6" screen, which is basically analogous to a Macbook Pro 15" in dimensions, due to the minimal amount of bezel around the screen. Do not expect to fit a normal 15" laptop in here without a bit of squeeze - this is why they point out it can take up to a 14-inch regular laptop. There's extra space in this compartment which can hold a textbook, a tablet PC, or heck probably even another laptop. I keep a small notebook here for taking notes, etc.Lower down the front of the pack is another zippered section which doesn't look like it hosts much space, but open it up and here's your organizational compartments --- you have two wide enclosures and a few pencil holders. The enclosures are wide enough for me to fit a compact external hard drive (the 2.5" variety), and a portable mouse. At the top of the organizational insert is a zipper which contains another small pouch for your odds and ends --- chewing gum, maybe another couple cables? But you can reach past all this, another 8" or so down into the bag for a deeper well of general storage space. I keep my laptop power brick down here. Adding additional items down here, instead of stuffing the organization pockets with larger bulkier items, keeps from losing the backpack's slim profile... so I'd recommend you disperse your items as such.Up top, the red-teethed zipper leads you into a small, microfiber-type lined pouch. They say put your sunglasses in here, well I'd worry about breakage, but it is handy to keep your wallet and keys in here, since they are readily accessible without digging into the backpack proper.The dark gray color was $10 cheaper than the black, which I would have preferred if I could have my pick... but it turns out to be an alright color. It's definitely a lighter gray than it appears in the pictures, but it's not so light that it approaches silver-gray. It's fairly unassuming... but the red-colored details are eye-catching, whether you like it or not.It's definitely smaller than the normal-sized backpacks I used to carry throughout school, but that's just what I was looking for. Someone else commented it looks like a child's backpack...and I guess you could say that, but it also looks very concise and tidy - I'm an IT contractor and have to dress up every day, and it doesn't look terribly out-of-place as part of my get-up.I most enjoy how slim it is --- it doesn't extend out far beyond your back, instead holding everything very close to you. This makes a WORLD of difference in terms of comfort. I feel no strain on my back at all, as you would with a normal pack.Overall, highly recommend - goes great with gadgets, the price is right, it's neat and tidy, and it's up to you how you'd like to use the space unlike some backpacks that pretty much make those decisions for you. 5Looks cheap, uncomfortable straps A medium-small pack that looks much cheaper in person. The choice of material, the quilting, the bright red accents all look like a children's pack, not a laptop bag. Likely suitable for a teenager, but not something an adult will want to carry. And the teenager would probably want other colors or more bling.That aesthetic might be forgivable (since tastes vary), but the mediocre design gets dinged further by strangely attached straps that pull away from center, making for a poor ride. I have relatively athletic shoulders (42-44" jacket on a 5'11" male frame), and they pulled too wide on me. On a smaller person, they're going to ride badly. I guess if you put enough weight in the bag, they may stay where they should. Also on me, the pack is a little too small for my hips to take much of the weight.This might be suitable pack for your teen, but other packs will look more adult, or more fashionable, or be more comfortable. And for your basic "off to school" laptop pack, you could go cheaper. Not Recommended. 2Not build for Macbook Air Overall, the bag is good. Its light, provided some useful spaces for my gadgets and I really like the strap management. But the downside is the laptop compartment doesn't really suit my needs. It don't have secure strap. Its advertised as Macbook Air backpack, but the compartment is really big I can put in 3 MBA at the same time. [...]So conclusion, for me its just average product, but if I got 2" thick laptop then its superb! 3very cheap materials, very expensive for what you get I ordered this to be able to pack a small 12.5 inch laptop lenovo x220t and the power brick, dvi to hdmi, cable, and some basics when travelling (toothbrush/toothpaste etc.) The material of this bag is so cheap for a 40 dollar bag it immediately told me it's not worth the price. That aside I looked at the zippers. The large laptop compartment is the only double zippered area. The zippers are cheap material, very large, and get stuck easily on the track requiring you to adjust how you hold the bag to continue closing it. The main cell phone pocket won't even fit a 3 year old galaxy 7 phone as it is just barely too small. I returned it right away. For the price I'll get a bigger bag with better material build, dual zipper on every spot, and just sinch it tight to be more minimalist with it. 1This case logic is a good quality backpack This case logic is a good quality backpack. The stitching, zippers and construction are all top notch. Padding is decent but I wouldn't buy this for a child, rough treatment environments nor anyone particularly clumsy. There are better options as far as padding and protection. I like the smaller design which gives it more of a professional work look rather than looking like a school bag. The padded adjustable straps are comfy, fit me well and have Velcro ties to secure any unused excess strap. It looks good and fits comfortably.My only issue with this backpack is the somewhat weird capacity of the laptop pocket. The backpack is designed for smaller laptops (14" and under) but larger models can easily fit inside. In fact, the sweet spot seems to be thin 15" laptops. I was able to easily fit a thick 15.6" HP 8560w mobile workstation inside the pocket and zip the case closed. However, I had to maneuver the zipper around the edges to zip it closed due to the thickness of the laptop and the narrow top of the backpack. Both a 13.3" Macbook Air and a 14" Lenovo Ideapad fit inside easily but leave enough excess space in the pocket for the laptop to shift around a bit. The best fitting laptop so far is a Dell Latitude 3590. It's a thin 15.6" laptop and fits like a glove. The interior pocket seems slightly too large for 14" and smaller machines yet slightly too small for thicker 15.6 machines or larger. I included photos to give an idea of how the thin 15.6" Dell Latitude and 13.3" MacBook Air fit. 4
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Great littlw backpack. This is one clean backpack. Excellent quality. They know what they're doing. Before getting this backpack I bought one with only a few positive reviews. I really like the way it looked and the size but after 3rd use the strap broke. It had single stiching holding the strap. It was made cheaply. I just received this and I can already tell this won't break any time soon. This has a double stich cross pattern holding the straps and has some padding to protect your laptop and other electronics. Definitely want padding protecting my stuff when I'm carrying over 2k worth of electronics. I will keep case logic in mind when getting a next bag of some sort. I like that they offer the same backpack style in a couple of different sizes. 5The biggest mini backpack--Not too small, Not too big This is the size I've been looking for. I was in search of a bag that would fit a 13" MacBook Pro, as well as a 13" Dell Latitude. I'm not a big person and I hate big heavy bags. My previous bag was HUGE and was designed for a 15" laptop of yesteryear. The laptop slot barely held my widescreen 13" and yet the bag was enormous. I bought the old bag from LL Bean in 1998, and it held up wonderfully--but it was made for a time when a 15" laptop was bulky and we carried lots of books and folders with us.Best uses:Professional with a 13"-14" laptop (or 15" Macbook) looking for a minimal but still useful backpackPros:Small profile yet IMPRESSIVE capacity for what it is.LightweightHolds TWO laptops and both power supplies (one in the padded compartment and one using a thin sleeve in the spot designed for a binder/book)Laptop section appears to accommodate nearly all 14" laptops easily and possibly a 15" MacBook (probably not most other 15" laptops tho)Cons:Wish the binder/book section had more padding since I use it for an extra laptop. This would be nice for your iPad/tablet/Kindle -type devices as wellNo water bottle net on the side (I've never had one but thought it was a nice feature on other backpacks I've seen)Probably too small if you need your backpack to carry around a lot of personals, or carry your lunch, or an extra pair of shoes--it's definitely not a daypack.Durability:I will try to update this review if I find anything undesirable about the durability. I gave it 4 stars instead of 5 since I cannot yet comment on durability. 4Seems sturdy enough I paid for this and will be giving this as a gift.I have 2 camera bags from Case Logic. Knowing they're reliable, I decided to get this slim backpack. It is slim. It will not expand. It will keep its form and not deform if there are no items in it. The dimension is as stated in the description.I haven't used this since I will be giving this as a gift. My experience with Case Logic bags is good. It has quality. I am always very careful when using the bags so they normally last me longer. 5inexpensive, compact and well made, perfect for daily commute and travel For my job, I carry a small (13in) laptop from home to work and back every day. I also travel and really like having a backpack to carry my laptop along with anything else handy that I need to have. I've been using a medium sized backpack that has been feeling a little heavy so I looked online for an alternative.I've had this compact caselogic backpack for just a little while, but already I believe I've made a great choice. The backpack is inexpensive, compact and well made. I wish there were one more pocket, two zippers on each opening (they only have one), and a strap to connect both shoulder straps, but you can't have everything. 4Very slim bag ideal for lightweight urban commuting I bought this thinking that my personal 11" MacBook Air would fit in it with plenty of room left to stash a second work-laptop or tablet. While it does fit the bill for that type of usage, there's not a lot of room left over for anything else. Sure, there's a myriad of pockets, lots of them useful for organization, there's not really a lot of room left for much else such as a sweater. Indeed, after a hat and a medium-thickness scarf, I had run out of room. That contrasts starkly with the bag I purchased after returning this one, a medium-size 2013 Timbuk2 messenger bag, into which I could stash my computers, winter jacket, gloves, hat, scarf, AND still have room for lunch.But this is also a lot more trim and body hugging than almost any other backpack out there. On the subway or making one's way through a crowd, this wouldn't be getting in the way or hitting people as one turned on a dime. It also happens to look fairly good, though rain protection is probably lacking. From what I've read, a bag designed for an even larger machine should provide some more storage room. Also worth noting is the comment about the velcro strap-stays: those things really are sharp-edged. I laughed at that review when I read it, but then managed so badly scrap my left wrist when shouldering the bag as a test. Had I decided to keep the bag instead of returning it like I did, I probably would cut the velcro off. 4Great compact tech backpack I was looking for a backpack to replace a 15-year old Target/Walmart-type backpack from high school. I wanted something that I could take to/from work, was flexible enough in offering a few different types of compartments, and wasn't overly big/bulky/saggy.This is exactly what I wanted.We'll start with the straps. They aren't filled with gel like some packs are, so they aren't the cushiest, but they do at least have a decent amount of stuffing in them, plus they are fairly wide, and get larger as they go up towards your shoulder, so the bag doesn't feel like it's cutting into your shoulders at all. The roll-up velcro piece that holds excess strap after you're done adjusting it to your preference is quite novel, but not something you interact with every time you wear the pack, so it's not a huge deal.The top and the lower front of the pack each have a reasonably-sized grab handle. Good for carrying into your car, or hanging on a coat hook at home.On both the left and right lower sides are two small compartments which I've found perfect for each accomodating two electronics cables - one side holds the AC power cord for my laptop and a microUSB cable for charging my phone; the other holds a 10' ethernet cable and a USB charge cable for my Zune HD. You could maybe fit a can of soda in there, or some feminine products (makeup, etc), or your car keys... but I found it great for stashing cables without overstuffing the inner compartments.The main zippered compartment -- the zipper is one of the large-teethed kind, the sort that makes a lot of noise when you operate it... but because of this, it sort of lends a feel of quality and heft to it -- quite nice. Inside, against the back is a padded insert (non-removable) which accomodates your laptop. I have a Samsung Series 7 Chronos with a 15.6" screen, which is basically analogous to a Macbook Pro 15" in dimensions, due to the minimal amount of bezel around the screen. Do not expect to fit a normal 15" laptop in here without a bit of squeeze - this is why they point out it can take up to a 14-inch regular laptop. There's extra space in this compartment which can hold a textbook, a tablet PC, or heck probably even another laptop. I keep a small notebook here for taking notes, etc.Lower down the front of the pack is another zippered section which doesn't look like it hosts much space, but open it up and here's your organizational compartments --- you have two wide enclosures and a few pencil holders. The enclosures are wide enough for me to fit a compact external hard drive (the 2.5" variety), and a portable mouse. At the top of the organizational insert is a zipper which contains another small pouch for your odds and ends --- chewing gum, maybe another couple cables? But you can reach past all this, another 8" or so down into the bag for a deeper well of general storage space. I keep my laptop power brick down here. Adding additional items down here, instead of stuffing the organization pockets with larger bulkier items, keeps from losing the backpack's slim profile... so I'd recommend you disperse your items as such.Up top, the red-teethed zipper leads you into a small, microfiber-type lined pouch. They say put your sunglasses in here, well I'd worry about breakage, but it is handy to keep your wallet and keys in here, since they are readily accessible without digging into the backpack proper.The dark gray color was $10 cheaper than the black, which I would have preferred if I could have my pick... but it turns out to be an alright color. It's definitely a lighter gray than it appears in the pictures, but it's not so light that it approaches silver-gray. It's fairly unassuming... but the red-colored details are eye-catching, whether you like it or not.It's definitely smaller than the normal-sized backpacks I used to carry throughout school, but that's just what I was looking for. Someone else commented it looks like a child's backpack...and I guess you could say that, but it also looks very concise and tidy - I'm an IT contractor and have to dress up every day, and it doesn't look terribly out-of-place as part of my get-up.I most enjoy how slim it is --- it doesn't extend out far beyond your back, instead holding everything very close to you. This makes a WORLD of difference in terms of comfort. I feel no strain on my back at all, as you would with a normal pack.Overall, highly recommend - goes great with gadgets, the price is right, it's neat and tidy, and it's up to you how you'd like to use the space unlike some backpacks that pretty much make those decisions for you. 5Looks cheap, uncomfortable straps A medium-small pack that looks much cheaper in person. The choice of material, the quilting, the bright red accents all look like a children's pack, not a laptop bag. Likely suitable for a teenager, but not something an adult will want to carry. And the teenager would probably want other colors or more bling.That aesthetic might be forgivable (since tastes vary), but the mediocre design gets dinged further by strangely attached straps that pull away from center, making for a poor ride. I have relatively athletic shoulders (42-44" jacket on a 5'11" male frame), and they pulled too wide on me. On a smaller person, they're going to ride badly. I guess if you put enough weight in the bag, they may stay where they should. Also on me, the pack is a little too small for my hips to take much of the weight.This might be suitable pack for your teen, but other packs will look more adult, or more fashionable, or be more comfortable. And for your basic "off to school" laptop pack, you could go cheaper. Not Recommended. 2Not build for Macbook Air Overall, the bag is good. Its light, provided some useful spaces for my gadgets and I really like the strap management. But the downside is the laptop compartment doesn't really suit my needs. It don't have secure strap. Its advertised as Macbook Air backpack, but the compartment is really big I can put in 3 MBA at the same time. [...]So conclusion, for me its just average product, but if I got 2" thick laptop then its superb! 3very cheap materials, very expensive for what you get I ordered this to be able to pack a small 12.5 inch laptop lenovo x220t and the power brick, dvi to hdmi, cable, and some basics when travelling (toothbrush/toothpaste etc.) The material of this bag is so cheap for a 40 dollar bag it immediately told me it's not worth the price. That aside I looked at the zippers. The large laptop compartment is the only double zippered area. The zippers are cheap material, very large, and get stuck easily on the track requiring you to adjust how you hold the bag to continue closing it. The main cell phone pocket won't even fit a 3 year old galaxy 7 phone as it is just barely too small. I returned it right away. For the price I'll get a bigger bag with better material build, dual zipper on every spot, and just sinch it tight to be more minimalist with it. 1This case logic is a good quality backpack This case logic is a good quality backpack. The stitching, zippers and construction are all top notch. Padding is decent but I wouldn't buy this for a child, rough treatment environments nor anyone particularly clumsy. There are better options as far as padding and protection. I like the smaller design which gives it more of a professional work look rather than looking like a school bag. The padded adjustable straps are comfy, fit me well and have Velcro ties to secure any unused excess strap. It looks good and fits comfortably.My only issue with this backpack is the somewhat weird capacity of the laptop pocket. The backpack is designed for smaller laptops (14" and under) but larger models can easily fit inside. In fact, the sweet spot seems to be thin 15" laptops. I was able to easily fit a thick 15.6" HP 8560w mobile workstation inside the pocket and zip the case closed. However, I had to maneuver the zipper around the edges to zip it closed due to the thickness of the laptop and the narrow top of the backpack. Both a 13.3" Macbook Air and a 14" Lenovo Ideapad fit inside easily but leave enough excess space in the pocket for the laptop to shift around a bit. The best fitting laptop so far is a Dell Latitude 3590. It's a thin 15.6" laptop and fits like a glove. The interior pocket seems slightly too large for 14" and smaller machines yet slightly too small for thicker 15.6 machines or larger. I included photos to give an idea of how the thin 15.6" Dell Latitude and 13.3" MacBook Air fit. 4
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