A Laptop Case for the Obsessive Organizer in Your Life


As much I like to organize and take care of my gear, I’m not overly obsessive about it. Maybe I would be if I had this Laptop Case and Organizer sold by Frontgate. For $129 you get a neoprene gadget bag that accommodates a laptop up to 15″ in size. If that doesn’t grab you, maybe the web of elastic straps to hold phones, cords, chargers and what-have-you will. Even external drives and some thin point-and-shoot cameras ought to be wrapped in loving care by webby bands. There’s also a padded shoulder strap for carrying if you’d rather not use the cut-out handle.

I’d have to see this in person before buying, but it looks to offer some basic protection while also organizing gear. The Red Ferret Journal says that the case is also TSA-friendly for travel — that makes sense as you can unzip the entire bag and open it flat.


Sandra Murphy

Well, Kevin, I suffer from all the symptoms of a hyper organized packer. I love to keep my bags super organized and everything in its place right down to my business cards. That’s why I love my Briggs and Riley business briefcase. The briefcase has three different sections – a laptop section, a file section, and an organizer section. The organizer section with its multiple pockets for flash stick, pens, MP3 player, etc. is what I like most about this bag. This may sound strange, but it’s a joy carrying this briefcase to work everyday, LOL!


Great concept. Two worries. I an not sure I would want all of my electronic goodies spread out for the taking as it rolled through security. The other issue would the secured electronics dent your laptop if the exterior of the laptop case got bumped?


In theory it’s a good material for protecting your electronic goodies, but I’ve always hated neoprene slip cases and bags. They smell like my old dive suit. The smell gets on your hands, especially on a warm day, and ruins that sandwich you’re having for lunch.

Robert Navarro

There was a company at CES showing off a very similar product, in fact a line of products that used that elastic strap design. I believe they were near the entrance of North Hall.

The concept is pretty cool, but I found it somewhat difficult to get things in and out of these straps. (which may not be a bad thing necessarily)

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