Targus Transit Topload Review

Targus Topload pockets

Looking for a bag? Targus has something to offer; and it can stylishly keep your gadgets safe and sound! Here’s our review of the Targus Transit Top Loading Case.

Targus Topload front

Here’s a rundown of what to expect from this bag:

Protection – Designed to protect up to 14” widescreen laptops.

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Functional Design – Internal workstation includes accessory storage, pen loops, business card holder and key clip

Quality & Durability – Durable Polyester material; Water-resistant bottom Comfort & Ergonomics – Comfortable and adjustable straps

Simplicity – Trolley strap system which is compatible with any roller case

Form and Fit

Targus Topload with Gadgets

The Transit Topload can house a 14″ widescreen laptop. It even has provision where your favorite tablet can fit in. The main compartment features foam padding designed for storage including laptop and tablet that keeps the device secure and separate from other items carried in the case. The bag is quite vulnerable to cotton and nylon wear and tear so be sure to put in your devices carefully.

Targus Topload inside

Targus Transit Topload Content

The front easy-access zipped pockets make it easy to store items you may need to access quickly such as your business card, phone, pens, wallet, and more. A back slip zippered pocket makes it easy to carry documents, files or magazines on the go.

Targus Topload pockets

The case is equipped with a removable/adjustable shoulder strap and includes water-resistance bottom for added durability. A trolley strap system which is compatible with any roller case can also help any business travelers to stride through any airport easily and comfortably. It is the perfect companion for everyday office use or business travel.

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Pricing and Availability

This bag is available for PhP3,999 at the following branches/dealers:

  • SM Department Stores: MAKATI, MEGAMALL, NORTH EDSA, MALL OF ASIA and STA. MESA
  • Anson’s: THE LINK, ALABANG TOWN CENTER and ORTIGAS
  • Cash & Carry Department Store
  • The Travel Club: Trinoma, Megamall, Glorietta, Rockwell, Mall of Asia, Festival Mall, Newport, Greenbelt 5, SM North,  Virramall, Gateway,  EDSA Shangri-La, Robinson’s Ermita, Chinatown, Alabang Town Center, Eastwood and Fairview
  • Duty Free Paranaque
  • Switch: Alabang Town Center, U.P. Diliman and Parksquare 1
  • SM Appliance: Megamall, Cubao, Fairview, Mall of Asia, Rockwell, Southmall, Sucat, San Lazaro, Bacoor, Lipa and Marilao
Giancarlo Viterbo
Giancarlo Viterbo is a Filipino Technology Journalist, blogger and Editor of GadgetPilipinas.net, He is also a Geek, Dad and a Husband. He knows a lot about washing the dishes, doing some errands and following instructions from his boss on his day job. Follow him on twitter: @gianviterbo and @gadgetpilipinas.
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