arried, daily, by business people, students, researcher etc, a laptop already comes with its own carrying case built in. So, why on earth would you need to purchase, either, a laptop case or a laptop backpack? Well, have you ever stopped to consider your laptop? That essential, expensive piece of equipment that you so casually manhandle around school, college or university, on the train, toss in the backseat of your car or, even, set coffee cups on at business meeting. Your laptop, which cost between Â£400 and Â£2000, carries on its hard drive, your most important information, be that course work, business schedules or research work. Doesnâ€™t it deserve some protection? The Caribee Digiwrap laptop sleeve is ideal for slipping your laptop into and then popping into a bag. It protects the outer casing of your laptop, whilst requiring minimum space in your bag. The Digiwrap Sleeve is available in three sizes to accommodate different screen sizes. If you have the need to carry other items, as well as, your laptop, Caribeeâ€™s Varsity Laptop Satchel contains oodles of space, not only for your laptop, but, for files, too. This satchel includes a separate and padded laptop sleeve, which can accommodate screens up to 17â€™â€™, has an organiser panel and bottle storage pockets. If your business takes you from home overnight, then the Exchange Business Trolley Case is an ideal choice because there is no need to check this laptop case in at the airport because it fits into the overhead cabin storage space, but is with you, should you decide to go over some notes before reaching your meeting. The laptop case houses an internal filing system, as well as, IT accessory pockets. It comes with lockable zip housing, free flow wheels, an adjustable trolley handle and a detachable strap. If a more casual approach suits your lifestyle better, the College 30 Laptop Backpack could be right up your street. This backpack can hold a massive 30 litres, which should easily manage, not only, your precious laptop, but, your A4 folders and notebooks, too. Incorporating an action back extreme harness system, this laptop backpack has been ergonomically and anatomically designed to take the strain, no matter how heavy the load. The Armour Exec Backpack keep its shape, even when empty, is lightweight and has the all important audio pocket, with cord port, for your IPod or Mp3 player and is a viable, stylish alternative to a briefcase. Caribee design and produce these and many other laptop cases and laptop backpacks to protect your laptops and your back, whilst providing plenty storage options for anything else you may need to carry.