Cocoon introduces “the world’s most intelligent backpack”



Cocoon is known for their organizer GRID-IT panels that can be found in their bags or are available separately to organize your own bag.  They have created the SLIM Backpack MCP3401, with pockets to protect your MacBook (up to a 15″ Pro) and iPad and still have room for papers in the back compartment.  The front compartment features a 16″ X 10.5″ GRID-IT panel to organize your chargers, pens, cables, and other small gadgets and gizmos; and external zipper pocket holds even more stuff.  The exterior is water-resistant ballistic nylon with waterproof zippers to keep your things dry.  The bag dimensions are 12.25” wide X 16.75″ tall X 2.75″ deep empty or 3.5″ deep fully loaded and weighs 2.5 pounds empty.  It’s available exclusively at the Cocoon website or at Apple Stores for $79.99.

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4 comments… add one
  • eClipse July 23, 2013, 2:36 pm

    This is the first non-tactical bag I’ve been excited about in ages. I’d really like to get my hands on one in a retail store to see how it would fit all my stuff.

  • VernC July 23, 2013, 4:42 pm


  • John Edwards July 24, 2013, 8:51 am

    Too bad I just have a dumb Windows Laptop, I would’ve like to have had one…

  • Janet Cloninger July 24, 2013, 9:51 am

    @John Edwards Did you read the product info at the Cocoon page? They list the laptop compartment as being 10.25” wide X 1.2” deep X 14.25” tall. A lot of laptops could fit in here. There’s also more room outside the laptop slip-in compartment to store a laptop, and you could use that slip-in area to hold your papers.

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