New SecurePack computer backpack with anti-theft features

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August 9, 2006 Now here’s a good idea for people who use backpacks and travel on public transport where exposed zippers and pockets pushed in the faces of potential thieves could result in theft. The SecurePack has no exposed zippers or exterior pockets which prevents access to the interior of the pack while it is being worn. This unique design ensures that would-be thieves cannot steal anything from the pack, even when maneuvering through crowded streets, subways, airports, or other vulnerable situations.

Conventional backpacks allow access to the contents when the wearer is not paying attention. The SecurePack eliminates that opportunity by removing exterior pockets. The only way to gain access to the backpack is to remove the pack from the wearer's back. The SecurePack can only be accessed via a hidden zippered section that is positioned next to the wearer's back.

From Mobile Edge, the SecurePack design evenly distributes weight across your shoulders for maximum comfort with padded protection and huge capacity for all popular notebooks (up to 17" screens) along with accessories, files, a special iPod/MP3 media pocket with a headphone pass-through port, and additional space for power cables and other personal items. The SecurePack carries a suggested retail price of $79.99 and comes in either black with yellow trim or urban camouflage print.

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