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Solo is introducing its new Shock Stop technology, a patented spring technology that absorbs shock to better protect computers and other electronic devices while rolling cases are being wheeled. The Shock Stop technology features small, red, heat-tempered springs within a composite housing to absorb any impact. Durable plastic guides within the housing ensure spring movement, and the spring resistance is designed for optimal cushioning, according to the company.
The SSA901 Shock Stop laptop portfolio includes an airport security check pocket for easy access to boarding passes and tickets, a dedicated key hook, and stretchy Digital Asset Pockets for MP3 players and other personal electronics. The elasticized laptop section protects up to a 15.4-inch laptop and a front zip-down file organizer section stores and organizes personal accessories. Suggested retail is $120.
The SSA902 Shock Stop adds an additional rear compartment, an extra file compartment and an overnighter section with an elastic closure. The case also features a rear hideaway telescoping handle and special padded carry handle. Suggested retail is $140.
This TWICE webinar, hosted by senior editor Alan Wolf, will take a look at what may be the hottest CE products at retail that will be sold during the all-important fourth quarter. Top technologies, market strategies and industry trends will be discussed with industry analysts and executives.