Every so often, we get featured in magazines, on television, in news articles, on blogs etc.. We don’t intend to brag or anything, but it does feel nice to see so many people saying great things about the OGIO product line. We thought it would be nice to show you a few of those things that people are saying.
OGIO Hampton’s Women’s Tote Bag Featured in USA Today
In a special featured on Sunday, August 4th on USAtoday.com, several products were featured as great gadgets for gals. Jennifer Jolly, special contributor, showcased 10 products that women will love including the OGIO Hamton’s Women’s Tote Bag.
Here’s what Jennifer had to say about Hampton’s Women’s Tote Bag.
“it is designed with padded slots, sleeves and pockets to carry your laptop, your tablet, and all of the cables and accessories needed to keep your gadgets going — in addition to whatever else you need to haul around. And, of course, it comes in a variety of colors, one of which is sure to please. I’ve been using this for about three months now and have gotten many, many compliments on it.”
OGIO Renegade RSS 17 Backpack Featured in Macworld.
“The $150 Renegade RSS 17 from OGIO (ogio.com) is a tough and durable bag for work and sport. Constructed from rugged polyester and measuring 19.5 inches high by 14 inches wide by 10 inches deep, it has a carrying capacity of 1800 cubic inches and weighs a hefty 3.5 pounds. The bag fits 15-inch and smaller laptops and provides four compartments: a sizable main space, separate areas for your laptop and tablet, and an organizer panel filled with pouches.
The Renegade RSS 17’s laptop compartment is padded with quilted red material- all of the bag’s safe soft areas for gadgets are marked in red. The laptop compartment also includes a firm, padded structure at its bottom to ensure that your computer will never come in contact with the ground. One bonus is the Tech Vault pocket at the bag’s top: You can adjust its soft liner to improve protection of smartphones, cameras, or sunglasses. The Renegade easily accommodated all of my gadgets, electronics, and work items, but the flip side of its generous capacity was that I couldn’t fit it under an airline seat. Still, despite its size, I was impressed by how comfortable it was to wear. If you need to carry a lot of gear, the Renegade is up to the challenge. – Amber Bouman