|Price incl. VAT||£37.34 £25.56|
|Price excl. VAT||£21.30|
|Possibility to return products within two months||
Please check the size of your laptop before placing your order to make sure it will fit in the bag.
You carry your laptop often? To do it comfortably and relieve your back? Dell Urban Backpack 2.0 is a great addition to your device, which guarantees excellent protection against dust, dirt, scratches or undue pressure on sensitive parts of the equipment. Dell Urban Backpack 2.0 includes a pocket notebook, which is equipped with special protection in the form of foam layers protecting equipment, and a special pocket for a tablet Dell. Pocket notebook is designed for notebooks up to 15.6 "and has dimensions of 385 x 259 x 34 mm. Pocket tablet has dimensions of 279 x 19 x 184 mm.
The backpack is decorated in an elegant slim design that offers a perfect compromise between style and functionality. Of course there are a number of other practical pockets and compartments. The sides are positioned practical pockets for storing water bottles. The bonus is on their surface, quickly accessible zip pocket into which you can store your cell phone, keys or wallet and keep them handy. Ideally located on the back gives you adjustable straps.
This American multinational corporation based in Round Rock (Texas, USA) is a leading player in the field of information technology. The Dell brand carries the hallmark of quality and is known throughout the world. In 2010, it ranked fifth in the poll of most admired computer companies.
Dell's operations are incredibly broad - the company can be found not only in personal computers, servers, storage devices, switches, software and peripherals, but also HDTV, cameras, printers and MP3 players. The company, whose history began in 1984, now ranks among the giants in the field.
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