Use your tablet while it’s still inside the new Osprey backpack
There are plenty of backpacks that can carry your devices but a new one from Osprey allows you to use your tablet while it’s still inside the pack.
The Osprey Cyber Port Day Pack has a unique port window to allow users to use their tablet while it is still safely stored inside the backpack.
Simply unzip the front of the backpack and users will find their tablet behind a plastic window that still makes it possible to operate the touchscreen and apps without the need to remove it from the pack.
Tech Guide tested the Osprey backpack while playing tourist in New York recently.
The advantage of the backpack is the iPad can still be used as easily as it when taken out of the bag.
But while on the subway, in the back of a taxi or stopping to check a map on the street it was simply a matter of unzipping the front flap of the Osprey Cyber Port Day Pack to use our iPad safely and conveniently.
And despite the Osprey’s Cyber Port Day Pack’s small size, it can still fit in a 15-inch laptop inside a padded pocket along multiple pockets and compartments for smaller devices, pens, cards and chargers.
There’s also a small top pocket to store your sunglasses or mobile or anything else you need easy access to on the move.
The backpack is light and comfortable to wear thanks to the Neospacer shoulder harness that helps distribute the weight evenly across your back.
It also has a soft sternum strap so the carry-all solution is held securely in place and flapping around when you’re walking around or riding a bike.
The Osprey Cyber Port Day Pack is available now in a number of colours – black pepper, chestnut brown, pinot red and grey herringbone – and is priced at $109.95.