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Cheap Laptops: Case Logic LAPS-114 14-Inch Laptop Sleeve (Black)

Case Logic LAPS-114 14-Inch Laptop Sleeve (Black)

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  • Form-fitting sleeve ensures a precise fit for your laptop with a 14 inch display
  • A seamless wrap of thick 10 millimeter EVA padding provides top to bottom protection
  • Woven webbing along each side adds subtle texture to the otherwise clean design
  • Quick top-loading access through envelope-style design
  • Slim-line design allows this case to be carried solo or fit in your favorite bag
  • A seamless wrap of Impact Foam padding provides top to bottom protection
This subtly detailed, traditional sleeve provides a streamlined option that fits within any anyone’s comfort zone. The wrap construction cradles your netbook in substantial foam padding, and thoughtful details add hints of sophisticated styling. Slide this sleek sleeve easily into your briefcase, backpack, tote or other bag.

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List Price: $ 29.99 Price: $ 12.00

ASUS 1025C-MU17-PK 10.1-Inch Netbook (Pink)

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  • Intel atom n2600 Processor 1.6GHz
  • 1 GB DIMM
  • 320 GB 5400 rpm Hard Drive Solid-State Drive
  • 10.1-Inch ScreenIntel UMA
  • Windows 7 Starter
ASUS 1025C-MU17-PK EeePC Netbook / 10.1" WSVGA (1024 x 600) / Intel Atom N2600 (1.6GHz) / 1GB DDR3 / Intel UMA / 320GB 5400RPM / Windows 7 Starter (32bit) / 802.11BGN / 0.3MP Camera / 6 Cell Battery / HDMI Port / 3GB Internet Website Storage / 1YR Global Warranty / 6 Months Battery Warranty

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List Price: $ 299.99 Price: $ 299.00

V7 16-Inch Professional Frontloader Laptop Case (CCP1-9N)

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  • Protection - Dedicated padded notebook section that is designed to fit up to 16-inch notebooks
  • Organization - Workstation includes key clip, three pen loops, two netted accessory pockets, cell phone pocket, business card holder
  • Ergonomics - Padded shoulder straps and cushioned handles allow for maximum comfort and weight distribution
  • Material - Durable 500 denier nylon with 630 visa polyester accents.
The V7 Professional Frontloader Laptop Case is durable and professional with a convenient top-load access for laptops with up to a 16-inch screen. With roomy accessory pockets for a portable mouse, MP3 player, cell phone, business cards and pens, the Frontloader Laptop case is the space-saving solution that offers maximum functionality. It also features a removable shoulder strap and cushioned handles for easy travel.

Laptop computer owners face a quandary when looking for the perfect laptop bag. After all, it's not just your laptop that you'll probably be toting around. There's also your wallet, keys, paperwork, reading material, and so on. Fortunately, V7 has plenty of quality laptop bags to choose from. No matter what type of bag you prefer for your laptop computer, V7 has a bag tailored for you.

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Designed for Comfort and Style

Those looking for a different style should check out the V7 Professional Frontloader that provides convenient access for laptops and any other essential electronics. The V7 Professional Frontloader features a removable shoulder strap and cushioned handles for easy comfort while traveling. It's ergonomic design provides unsurpassed comfort with roomy accessory pockets for a portable mouse, an MP3 player, cell phone, business cards and pens making this bag the space saving solution that offers maximum functionality.

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With a dedicated padded laptop section, the V7 Professional Frontloader takes out the calculated risk of damage in exchange for less padded bags.


As a portable workstation, the V7 Professional Frontloader has ample room for storage and includes a key clip, three pen loops, two netted accessory pockets, cell phone pocket, gusseted business card holder and a separate file section.


The bag features padded shoulder straps keeping hard edges away from you and the cushioned front and back halves of bag handles make the bag more comfortable to carry in allowing for maximum weight distribution.


The bag is well made with durable 500-denier Nylon with 630-visa polyester accents. The bag is rugged enough to withstand the pokes and prods of office furniture, security conveyors, slinging into trunks, daily jostling, and even the adventures of "off-roading" when the great outdoors calls.

About V7 Products

V7 is Ingram Micro's exclusive global house brand for high-quality, high-value computer accessories and supplies, including keyboards and mice, notebook computer carrying cases, LCD monitors, cables, notebook batteries, toner, wall mounts and monitor stands. Leveraging worldwide operational excellence in more than 150 countries, real-time market intelligence, and global sourcing power, V7 delivers state-of-the-art products at an unmatched value.

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8 comments to Cheap Laptops: Case Logic LAPS-114 14-Inch Laptop Sleeve (Black)

  • Ed
    128 of 156 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Fantastic Protective Sleeve For Macbook Pro’s & Google Chrome Cr-48, March 1, 2011
    Ed (San Francisco Bay Area) –
    (TOP 100 REVIEWER)

    Case Logic, Inc. has been around since 1984, which is probably right about the time I bought my first Case Logic case for my cassette tapes. Over the years, as they added items to their product line, so I added their products to my collection. As a sample, I believe I have owned at one point or another, Case Logic cassette cases, CD & DVD cases, CD player cases, Zip Drive cases, trunk organizers, and more. I’m looking around my home office and I can spot several of their products and I bet you do too. Case Logic’s 13.3 Laptop Sleeve (LAPS-113) is one of many sleeves that Case Logic makes and it just might be the perfect protective, no frills sleeve for your 13.3-inch or smaller laptop.

    - No nonsense, sleek design
    - 6mm EVA foam padding
    - Smooth gliding zipper
    - Protective lip prevents damage from zipper

    - Slight rubbery odor

    I define my perfect laptop sleeve to be one that has no handles, pockets, zippers, or bulk. What I want out of a sleeve, is a relatively form-fitting sleeve that I can then toss into one of my other bags, like my Timbuk2 messenger bag or my JanSport backpack. The LAPS-113 hit each of my requirements perfectly, except for the inclusion of a zipper. Though, as you’ll soon see, the zipper turned out to be a neutral feature for me, not a negative one.

    First and foremost, the LAPS-113 will protect your laptop from scratches. The exterior and interior materials are made out of 100% polyester. What makes the LAPS-113 stand out from many similar sleeves is the fact that it actually has some worthwhile padding to protect your laptop from impact. It is surrounded by a 6mm layer of EVA foam which feels a lot like memory foam. This thin layer provides enough protection that I feel very comfortable with it in my aforementioned bags. The sides also have a woven webbing that provides a protective texture as well as making it look attractive. As I mentioned before, I did not like the idea of a zipper on a laptop sleeve because I fear scratching my laptop with it. Fortunately, the Case Logic LAPS-113 has a protective lip around the zipper teeth. Essentially, when you begin to zip the the sleeve shut, the protective lip folds down over the laptop so that it is protected from coming in contact with the zipper teeth.

    The smooth gliding zipper runs across the entire top of the sleeve and about an inch down the sides. It is very easy to insert and remove my laptop from the LAPS-113. When inside my messenger bag, I can remove my laptop without having to remove the entire sleeve from the bag. The Case Logic LAPS-113 laptop sleeve is listed as a 13.3-inch appropriate sleeve. The internal dimensions are 13in x 9.1in x 1.1in and weighs just 6 ounces. The new 13-inch Macbook Pro is listed as 12.78in x 8.94in x 0.95in, so the sleeve should be perfect. However, I have a 12.1-inch Google Chrome Cr-48 notebook and that too fit amazingly well. As my readers probably know already, I LOVE Timbuk2 products but I think the LAPS-113 just usurped my Timbuk2 sleeve as the sleeve my Cr-48 will live in. All you game developers who got their free Cr-48 from the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco might want to try the LAPS-113 for your brand new toy. To top it off, the LAPS-113 comes in three colors-black, red, and tannin (a sort of red wine, brown mixture). I also want to mention that the sleeve does give off a slight rubbery odor at first, but fades away after a few days. I know that some people are highly sensitive to smell so I just wanted to mention it for their sake.

    There are plenty of folks out there who want a sleeve that has enough padding for better impact protection. The Case Logic LAPS-113 is able to do that without adding significant bulk in a simple and attractive design. I recommend it for 13-inch Macbook Pro users and Google Chrome Cr-48 users alike.

    * Review sample courtesy of Case Logic, Inc.

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  • Nicole Machi
    18 of 19 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    good little case, June 19, 2012
    Nicole Machi (Bass Lake, CA) –

    I’ve been using this case a couple weeks and like it so far. I strongly recommend NOT BUYING THE RED ONE! I ordered it thinking black would be too boring but the red is not like the picture and its quite an ugly red.

    The case is soft with a few millimeters of foam. It isn’t going to save your computer, but it will keep it from small scratches and dings while its being transported.

    I’d love a case that offered a bit of moisture protection, which this certainly does not, but for the price, it definitely meets my expectations.

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  • Jeffrey N. Fritz "Nikon Jeff"
    25 of 29 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Decent Case for MacBook Air, April 21, 2011
    Jeffrey N. Fritz “Nikon Jeff” (Morgantown, West Virginia) –

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    I have been searching for a decent and inexpensive slip case to hold my Apple MacBook Air. Outside of traveling 70 miles to the nearest Apple Store, it’s been hard to find what I need.

    I was looking tor something to protect and transport my 13 inch MacBook Air. Most cases seem to be designed for 15 or 16 inch notebooks. On the other end of the spectrum, cases are designed for 10 inch netbooks. Neither was well suited for the Air’s svelt but unusual size. It sits right in the middle in a gulf between these two primary case sizes. That’s why I was so pleased to see Case Logic come out with a product specifically designed for the MacBook Air and similar sized devices.

    I’m happy to say that tte Case Logic LAPS-113 doesn’t disappoint. It fits the larger size MacBook Air like a glove and would probably work as well for any similar sized Mac or PC notebook.

    A word of caution, though. This product is a sleeve, not a case. It is intended for slipping a notebook into it for protecton and transport. As such there are pockets or holders for mice, USB devices, cables or power supplies. if you need that capability then you will need to look elsewhere. However, for what it was intended to do, the Case Logic LAPS-113 does its job quite well.

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  • J. Buist "is just a guy with an opinion"
    36 of 43 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Not recommended; not good for Linux, June 20, 2012
    J. Buist “is just a guy with an opinion” (Kalamazoo, MI USA) –

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    Ordinarily the the 1025c would be an attractive but average netbook (with performance at or below previous generation models but with less energy consumption), but the poor graphics rendering in combination with the lack of RAM options took the 1025c from a four-star netbook down to a one-star rating.

    I can’t think of anybody who would benefit from the ASUS 1025c. It is sub par out of the box, which means mainstream users will be frustrated. While it can do the things it advertises, it doesn’t do many of them well. The geeky among us who are brave and knowledgeable enough to turn sub-par devices into something usable will also be disappointed. Manually providing the much-needed RAM upgrade voids the warranty and the drivers necessary to take advantage of many of this netbook’s features in other operating systems are poorly supported or non-existent. To find out why I’ve come to that conclusion, read the details below.

    Otherwise, consider a Kindle Fire or smartphone for a cheap internet device, an AMD Brazos-powered netbook for an energy-saving multimedia device, or… well… if I had another productivity netbook to recommend, I would have purchased that instead.

    Quick Pros:

    - attractive casing
    - solid build and keyboard
    - perfect size for me
    - decent price
    - power-sipper/battery life

    Quick Cons:

    - lack of productivity = low value, despite decent price
    - Intel chipsets fall short/aren’t ready
    - Poor support for OSes outside of 32-bit Windows 7 Starter
    - Poor Intel graphics within 32-bit Windows 7 Starter
    - 1gig RAM is not enough to be productive in Windows 7 Starter
    - no USB 3.0
    - Did I mention that the Intel chips fall short?

    Before I get into details I want to qualify my review by stating why I chose the 1025c…

    I was in the market for a netbook under $300. I work as a web developer from home but travel and backpack regularly. My primary foci were on size, weight, battery life, and the ability to type comfortably. Performance was secondary. I feel that netbooks are not the right systems for gaming and multimedia, so those two items never crossed my mind.

    I envisioned swaying in my hammock in the middle of a national park, getting work done, powering my netbook with a solar panel, and returning to civilization to upload my completed projects to my clients. Web development doesn’t require much processing power – the back end of web sites/apps are just text documents. Typing up a web site takes roughly the same resources as typing up a Word document.

    So even though I expected any netbook to feel and behave a lot slower than my desktop computer that I built, I also expected any netbook to meet my needs (hence the modest budget; I didn’t feel like I needed the very best netbook). If it could handle rendering web pages, it can handle making web sites. Games, HD video/multimedia, and working with graphics would have been nice to have, but did not influence my decision.

    I purchased this netbook on May 20 because the 1025c seemed like the right choice.


    …the battery life!

    This was probably the most important purchasing factor and it didn’t fail to disappoint. I’d never expect to get the battery life that any manufacturer posts in their ads, and true to form, I’ve never seen Windows estimate a full battery life of 12.5 hours like ASUS claims. It’s in the 8-9 range on power-saving mode, low brightness, muted (I am often commuting and don’t have room in my pack for headphones) and not playing video. Ubuntu (more about my dual-booting below) consistently notes less battery life, (likely due to less support for ASUS’s Windows-based proprietary energy controls) but is still in the 7-8 hour range.

    Yet I regularly take four-hour bus/train rides and regularly have 80-85% battery at the end of the trip. If you do the math, that suggests the battery will last longer than 12.5 hours, but I have a sneaking suspicion it’s not a linear decline (the longer you work, the more the RAM fills up; the more RAM fills up, the more the computer needs to use the hard drive as virtual RAM; the more your hard drive runs, the more power is used… thus, the longer you use your computer, the faster the battery drains). I have no expectations of ever counting on the ability to work for 12.5 hours straight without a charge. It’s nice, however, to never have to look for one of the few train seats with an electrical outlet.

    …the “instant on” feature.

    It is truly around the 2-second mark… at first. If the RAM is full, the instant on creeps to 10+ seconds… just to get back into Windows. More time is needed to show whatever programs you were running. Still, if the RAM isn’t full I am impressed by how quickly it…

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  • D. Logan
    32 of 42 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    YOU CAN’T UPGRADE THE RAM, March 19, 2012
    D. Logan (SLC, UT) –

    Had this on PRE-order just camping every day until this came in stock. FINALLY the New N2600 CPU’s, more efficient, longer battery life. The Finish around the screen is sessy, they should have done this on the whole computer. Boots up quick AFTER you’ve removed all the crapware. I’ve been a tech for almost 20 years. YOU CAN’T UPGRADE THE RAM. AYFKM Asus? There is NO slot that you can pop open and upgrade the RAM like ALLLL the videos @ CES showed. So you open up 1 tab in Chrome, AFTER you’ve spend 8 hours removing all the CRAPWARE Asus loads up with this, (Dude, the FORCE you to install the BING Bar when you install windows) and you’re done, maxed out RAM and it starts putting everything on the Hard Drive VS RAM which the speed difference is about 100:1 Ram:HDD, so it’s totally choked up. When you can get 2 or 4 GB of RAM for $10-$20, Full RETAIL this is INEXCUSABLE ASUS. You could have double the RAM and made it usable for probably $3 your cost. And what did it save you $0.08 not putting in a port? Nice Bait and swap there. Reminds of me the old packard bell days when they soilders in cards and ram so you can’t upgrade. But there isn’t anything you can spend more and upgrade to, so what the…. Asus? It looks like the lower version 1015 DOES have a battery port, but has short battery life (3 cell battery vs 6). It literally took 8 hours to remove all the unnecessary windows components, all the bloatware, and al the INSANE amounts of ASUS bloatware. After I removed almost every single bit of it, tweaked the heck out of this thing, updated all the drivers, firmware, etc, I can do a cold boot with about ~615-650MB of the ram used. That beats about ~950 (95%) otherwise. DUDE 95% of the usable ram in bloatware? You can’t even open a browser or heck, even solitaire. ;) Would you like to double that ram for <$10, sur… oh wait, no you can’t. DO NOT BUY THIS Until Asus fixes this ASININE design flaw.

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  • pommer
    16 of 20 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Good – But…., March 30, 2012

    Its good, but it would be five stars if Asus handled the memory upgrade better. I have not tried to upgrade the memory yet, Asus indicates it is not user upgradable, but I will try after a few months of stable performance before I open it up and sacrifice the warranty. There is a on-line video showing that if you dismantle the thing completely you can get to the memory slot. At that point I may go to an SSD to bump up performance a notch…since it apparently will be totally dismantled anyway.

    I had glitchy netflix issues, but when I took it off HD mode in netflix it worked fine. Really… is HD needed on a 10.1 inch screen…? I find standard deff is fine even with a 26″ monitor plugged in, and it displays on an external monitor just fine.

    At first, with a light weight anti-virus program and after uninstalling the bloat ware, I got an amazing battery life — two days unplugged, on-and off use, this included some hours of netfix watching and web surfing and was very impressed. Speed was certainly as good as expected from a low end computer/netbook. Now, after installing the full-on virus protection and phone sync software, both insist on having more programs in continuous residence, it is painfully obvious that it needs the additional 1mb ram to preform as well.. now it runs at 80% of RAM without anything else running … so as you use it, it has to cache more to the hard drive, so then the hard drive runs most of the time and this drains the battery much faster….. but even still I think it should get you through an 8 hour plane flight.

    Really Asus, would it have killed ya to put a little door to upgrade the memory and keep it upgradable… like every other laptop I’ve had… ? (The documentation indicates some models have a door)… When I bought the thing I didn’t read the fine print and assumed that max 2MB memory meant I could easily upgrade it…. silly me.

    Build quality is good, my particular unit seems solid has good battery life, small and light weight and great for hauling around … Speakers are not great.. use the headphones. Needs a caps lock LED indicator… I would buy this again, particularly if the memory upgrade works. Go for the 2mb edition.

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  • Yarii
    24 of 25 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    OK for the price, but not all that rugged, December 22, 2011
    Yarii (North of Greentucky, USA) –
    (TOP 500 REVIEWER)

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    This review is from: V7 16-Inch Professional Frontloader Laptop Case (CCP1-9N) (Personal Computers)

    The value is certainly here – it’s a good looking case, zippers work well, supposedly comes with a lifetime warranty but since I’ve never heard of V7 until now, I can’t put much stock in that. I purchased the 16″ size for a 15.6″ ASUS laptop, there’s about 1/2″ to spare around the perimeter, but there’s not much padding. The bottom of the handle is made of mesh fabric and doesn’t seem very strong. This would be fine for casual use, but if you’re a frequent traveler, I’d spend more to get something more rugged with a better handle (there is a shoulder strap included also). There’s plenty of room in the zippered pocket area for pens, business cards, and the recharging cords and mouse.

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  • Victor Hugo
    16 of 17 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent Laptop Case, July 31, 2011
    Victor Hugo (Ohio, United States) –

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    I used this case on a two weeks trip and it carried my 15 inch laptop, laptop cooler, a Logitech portable lapdesk, my Apple Ipad, an Asus Wireless-G Access Point, all the power and connection cables and a Logitech wireless mouse. I was pleasantly surprised to be able to fit all my equipment in one case. The padding protects the contents very well and the case appears very sturdy. I am very happy with this product.

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