Leading lifestyle bag design company OGIO is debuting their new Chelsea and Gran Premio Collections at CES 2016, providing stylish and functional solutions for the modern generation.
OGIO’s designs mold fashion and functionality into trendy yet useful bags especially suited for toting all your electronic gadgets. Each bag contains a variety of pockets and zippered compartments to safely stow all your devices without sacrificing appearance.
The Chelsea Collection is geared towards everyday use. Each of the four different bags (with two styles to choose from) is lined with smart compartments to fit everyday necessities such as glasses, cell phones, wallets, and notepads, along with convenient padded sleeves to hold your laptop and tablet. The streamlined design means you’ll spend less time fumbling around for your essentials and more time getting things done, making it the perfect solution for the modern, busy woman.
For a more high-end solution, the Gran Premio Collection combines elegance and intelligence into every detail. The AL Gran Premio Series features full grain, premium quality Saffiano leather, while the NL Series features fashionable yet rugged 1680D nylon with carbon embossed full grain leather accents. The Gran Premio collection offers ten different action-inspired styles, each with various features to suit your individual lifestyle.
The NL-005, with a rear Pullman pass-through for easy luggage transportation and an interior zippered document storage pocket, is perfect for the modern traveller. It also includes a padded sleeve for your laptop or tablet and an interior main pocket organizer for easy storage and protection. The AL-101 is ideal for the busy professional. It’s fully equipped with an easy-close magnetic front flap and a backwall organizational panel with compartments for business card, pens, tablets, and smartphones, rounding out OGIO’s most premium collection to date.
The Chelsea and Gran Premio Collections will be available in January 2016. For more information, visit OGIO’s website or stop by Booth 5931 in North Hall at the Las Vegas Convention Center at CES.
Jeffrey and Esby get fashion tips from Jill Wight, President of Jill-e Designs, creators of stylish gadget bags. From SLR cameras to smartphones, there’s pretty much a bag for every device. But these aren’t boring grey or black – they come in a wide range of bright colours and fantastic patterns.
Although aimed mostly at women, there are some very stylish brown leather bags in the collection (see the Jack range) which would appeal to the men too.
Jeffrey talks to Urban Tool, Austrian designers of holsters, cases and bags for gadget-lovers. From running to golf, from iPhones to laptops, these guys have something to put your gear in whatever you’re doing.
On show in the video is a hip holster for golfers that holds tees and balls. There’s also the business holster for storing your wallet, smartphone and security pass under your coat.
Everything comes in a range of (often bright) colours and it’s all very fashionable. Prices from $10 upwards to around $160.
Targus, the premier computer bag maker, was at CES 2011 showing off their new line of products. To nobody’s surprise they are going heavy on the tablet cases this year – as PC makers scramble to go heavy on the tablets. They have been producing iPad cases for several months, but they give us a look here at the Samsung Galaxy Tab cases as well. But, beyond cases they also have a stylus, which can be used with any touch device, including those running iOS (we know Steve Jobs LOVES the stylus). They are also now producing a bluetooth keyboard as well.
Availability on these products is immediate and price points are mentioned during the interview.
Matthew Olivolo of Mobile Edge Stylish Laptop Bags (www.mobileedge.com) presents the Scanfast 2.0 collection of Checkpoint-friendly and Eco-friendly laptop computer bags. Amazingly, the material is actually constructed out of corn and is therefore made of non-petroleum-based material. Featuring a butterfly design, the laptop does not have to be removed in order to be scanned, nor do the bags have to be placed into the TSA gray bins — they are designed to roll right down the rollers into the scanners. The laptop bags feature plenty of zippered pockets for numerous accessories. Models include a briefcase, messenger bag and backpack. The briefcase version will accommodate up to a 16″ inch laptop, while the backpack version will accommodate up to a 17″ laptop. The bags are priced affordable at $99 each and come with a lifetime warranty. If a zipper should break the consumer can send it back in for repair at no cost to the customer.