Port™ Window Tablet Access
A zippered sleeve with touch-sensitive film hides behind a padded flap on the Cyber Port™, Pixel Port™, Beta Port™ and Nano Port™. Simply open the flap for quick access to your tablet without removing it from the pack.
- Top padded grab handle for easy toting
- Easy access Port™ window for instant tablet use
- Main compartment with padded laptop and tablet sleeve and internal organizer
Neospacer™ Shoulder Harness
- Soft and breathable fabric provides comfortable fit
- Adjustable sternum strap with safety whistle
Reverse Spacer Mesh Airscape™ Backpanel
- Ventilated backpanel with smooth, breathable contact surface
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- Easy To Load
- Large Capacity
- Not Enough Pockets
- Day Hikes
- Light Loads
Comments about Osprey CYBER PORT™:
I bought this bag 18 months ago when I started a new study course. I didn't like it at first (the bright green inside put me off) but since I got it I swear there haven't been more than 10 days when I haven't used it. I cannot even use a handbag any more, having experienced the comfort and convenience of this bag. It feels small and light, but I can easily fit everything I need for a full day of study or a half-day hike. The straps are comfortable and easily adjustable when on your back, the space inside is perfectly constructed to have just the right shape to organise your gear, and although it's not waterproof, I have found it to hold up very decently in the rain. It looks very streamlined on your back and the compact design makes it comfortable to carry even when you're loaded down with books. I've never had to clean it - something about the fine weave exterior seems to make all dust/dirt/mud just brush away. It still looks as sleek as the day I bought it. I also do a fair bit of interstate travel, and this bag is a dream going through security and the *perfect* size to neatly slot under the seat in front.
There are a couple of things about it I'd change: differently designed internal pockets - the bag has a padded sleeve, two small mesh pockets (passport sized), several card pockets and a couple of pen pockets. More (and larger) mesh pockets, in particular, would be good (or the lycra-type ones I've heard about on the hiking packs). Also, a bit of a water repellant finish on the outside would be nice for peace of mind. Even with the quirks which are too small to even be called flaws, I would recommend this bag 100% to anyone looking for the sort of everyday backpack they can throw on (and throw around) with no fuss.
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