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Wenger Legacy Laptop Sleeve Looks Sharp

Reviewing: Wenger Legacy Slimcase Computer Sleeve  |  Rating:
alexsandralyn By alexsandralyn on
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I like to take my laptop to work with me, but my old laptop Targus backpack was too small for my new widescreen laptop model. I waited until I received the $10 worth of gift certificates to Best Buy that I had earned for purchasing my new computer there, and I shopped there for a new laptop case. I got lucky and Best Buy happened to have all of their laptop cases on sale during the week I was shopping for one.

The Wenger Legacy Slimcase Computer Sleeve is a $65 laptop sleeve that I was able to pick up on sale for $40. This was the only laptop sleeve model in the bunch that claimed to be "checkpoint friendly", meaning that the dedicated laptop compartment can be unzipped completely without having to remove the laptop from the sleeve to get through X-ray. Although I don't normally fly, on those days that I might, anything that can get me through an airline checkpoint faster is something that I want to own, and this is a very attractive and professional looking briefcase. There are three padded computer pockets that can hold up to 12" x 16" laptop computer, and the dimensions of my HP G60 are 11" x 15", so the size was perfect. And there's a fourth divided pocket on the inside front of the case that can hold a cell phone, calculator, keys, a bottle of aspirin, etc., but it's a little hard to slide my hand into that pocket or see inside of it to search for lost little items that I know I stuffed in there somewhere.

I take my laptop and power cord to work in this case along with my peanut butter and jelly sandwich in the second compartment, and so far, this case has never squished my peanut butter and jelly sandwich, so I think my laptop is safe in the Wenger Legacy Slimcase Computer Sleeve.