Belkin Offers Top-Load Biz-Type Notebook Line

By Staff On May 17 2004 - 6:00am

"Hot and sexy" and popping out of a stable of notebook bags from Belkin is the company's NeuElements NE-TL2 Top-loading XL Case, part of the Executive Series in its NeuElements (NE) line-up.

The NE Executive Series, which ranges in suggested retail from $69.99 to $129.99, offers high functionality with a business-class look, said Belkin.

Features include removable business card holder; a quick-access pocket for eyeglasses, wallet or passport; honeycomb construction, protective notebook computer section; and ergonomic non-slip shoulder strap and handle.

The Executive bags fit most 15-inch notebooks and feature two removable cases for cellular phones, PDAs, MP3 players and digital cameras. The NE-TL2 has an online retail of $89.99.

The NE Business Casual Series, at a suggested retail range of $24.99 to $59.99, is designed to protect and transport a user's equipment investments. Benefits include CD, disk and phone storage; rugged and lightweight ballistic-nylon design; multiple pockets for magazines and files; and storage for larger (15-inch) notebooks in a four-sided protection section.

The NE Studio Series, with a suggested retail of $49.99, includes a messenger-style case and tote design for women. A quick-access pocket can be used for personal item storage. Other features include ergonomic soft-grip handles, comfortable shoulder strap, and closed cell with high-density foam to protect a notebook.

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