Case Logic DLBP-114 14-Inch Laptop /MacBook Air / Pro Retina Display Backpack (Black)

Case Logic DLBP-114 14-Inch Laptop /MacBook Air / Pro Retina Display Backpack (Black)

  • Integrated laptop compartment holds laptops with screens up to 14.1″
  • Front pocket with organization panel cell phones and power cords
  • Zippered safety pocket for passports
  • Felt-like, scratch resistant pocket ideal for sunglasses
  • Strap management system
  • Dedicated laptop compartment holds 14-Inch Laptops, 13-Inch MacBooks and 15-Inch MacBooks.
  • PVC free
  • Quilted padding on front of the pack and Air Mesh on the shoulder straps
  • Side zippered pockets for quick access to smaller cords or keys

This stylish and functional backpack is perfect for business, travel, leisure or school. Separate laptop compartment holds laptops with a 14-Inch screen and both 13-Inch and 15-Inch MacBooks. Multiple pockets throughout the backpack hold and organize all your travel and personal essentials. Quilted padding on the front and shoulder straps offer added cushioning and comfort. Backpack is constructed of 100% PVC-free materials and comes in black, red, and dark gray. Quilted E

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3 thoughts on “Case Logic DLBP-114 14-Inch Laptop /MacBook Air / Pro Retina Display Backpack (Black)

  1. 68 of 70 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    The biggest mini backpack–Not too small, Not too big, April 7, 2011
    By 
    Shockster (Lexington, KY United States) –

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    This review is from: Case Logic DLBP-114 14-Inch Laptop /MacBook Air / Pro Retina Display Backpack (Black) (Personal Computers)
    This is the size I’ve been looking for. I was in search of a bag that would fit a 13″ MacBook Pro, as well as a 13″ Dell Latitude. I’m not a big person and I hate big heavy bags. My previous bag was HUGE and was designed for a 15″ laptop of yesteryear. The laptop slot barely held my widescreen 13″ and yet the bag was enormous. I bought the old bag from LL Bean in 1998, and it held up wonderfully–but it was made for a time when a 15″ laptop was bulky and we carried lots of books and folders with us.

    Best uses:
    Professional with a 13″-14″ laptop (or 15″ Macbook) looking for a minimal but still useful backpack

    Pros:
    Small profile yet IMPRESSIVE capacity for what it is.
    Lightweight
    Holds TWO laptops and both power supplies (one in the padded compartment and one using a thin sleeve in the spot designed for a binder/book)
    Laptop section appears to accommodate nearly all 14″ laptops easily and possibly a 15″ MacBook (probably not most other 15″ laptops tho)

    Cons:
    Wish the binder/book section had more padding since I use it for an extra laptop. This would be nice for your iPad/tablet/Kindle -type devices as well
    No water bottle net on the side (I’ve never had one but thought it was a nice feature on other backpacks I’ve seen)
    Probably too small if you need your backpack to carry around a lot of personals, or carry your lunch, or an extra pair of shoes–it’s definitely not a daypack.

    Durability:
    I will try to update this review if I find anything undesirable about the durability. I gave it 4 stars instead of 5 since I cannot yet comment on durability.

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  2. 53 of 55 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Nice and small but, March 31, 2012
    By 
    Max L. (Colorado) –

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    This review is from: Case Logic DLBP-114 14-Inch Laptop /MacBook Air / Pro Retina Display Backpack (Black) (Personal Computers)
    This is a good choice for a small backpack. If you need to carry much more than the laptop, charger and some small accessories you may find this doesn’t have the space to meet you needs. Quality is what I expect for Case Logic, very good for the price. No issues with zippers or seams, even after heavy use. Another nice feature is the textured mesh on the underside of the shoulder strap that helps keep it from slipping off your shoulder.

    The one and only downside is the lack of padding on the bottom of the pack. Leaving an unprotected edge for the laptop, which I discovered when the pack slipped out of my hand and landed with a thump, resulting in a dent on the corner of my laptop.

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  3. 37 of 40 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Value for Urban Commuters Carrying the Essentials, March 3, 2011
    By 
    Ed (San Francisco Bay Area) –
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    This review is from: Case Logic DLBP-114 14-Inch Laptop /MacBook Air / Pro Retina Display Backpack (Black) (Personal Computers)
    That’s right, Case Logic now makes laptop backpacks. They make the CD cases you’re using in your car, your portable hard drive case and your thumb drive case. And now, you can throw all of those items, including your laptop (not made by Case Logic) into a new Case Logic 14-inch laptop backpack.

    PROS:
    – Slim design
    – Comfortable shoulder straps
    – Well padded laptop compartment
    – Velcro strap wrap
    – Soft, felt-like pocket for smartphones or other valuables
    – Spacious and well-padded front pocket organizer
    – Useful side pockets
    – Attractive appearance
    – Good build quality

    CONS:
    – Side pockets too small for water bottles

    DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION
    The Case Logic 14-inch Laptop Backpack (DLBP-114) is very attractive and is slim in design. Parts of the polyester material are matte, glossy, and quilted with accent colors on the straps and zipper. The appearance is what drew me to this backpack in the first place. All the zippers glide very smoothly and the main compartment zipper has an over-sized zipper and pull for easy opening and closing. The shoulder straps have an air mesh padding for increased comfort. Case Logic also added a neat “strap management system” in the form of a Velcro tie that keeps the excess strap tied up for a neat appearance. At the top of the backpack is a grab handle for easy handling. Aside from black, you also get red and deep grey color choices.

    STORAGE & PROTECTION
    The main pocket includes the integrated laptop compartment. It’s padded well and has about the same amount of padding on the bottom and the back for uniform protection. It fit both my 12.1-inch Google Chrome Cr-48 and 14.1-inch Dell Inspiron laptops without a hitch. The remaining space inside the main pocket is actually rather sparse, which is part of the design. Thinking back to my college days, there would have been no way I could have fit my Biology textbook and my Calculus textbook at the same time. If you’re looking for a heavy-duty, carry-all backpack, the DLBP-114 isn’t it.

    The large front pocket has 2 medium-sized internal pockets for a phone or mobile mouse as well as 2 pen pockets. There is also a thin, but large zippered pocket for memory cards, cables, batteries, etc. The great thing about the front pocket is that it is padded as well so you can feel safe putting your MP3 player, compact camera or phone inside this pocket.

    There is also a pocket on each side of the DLBP-114. It’s very useful for putting any number of items inside, but unlike the description, I found now way of putting a water bottle there. First, it doesn’t unzip all the way up so a water bottle will partially hang out of the pocket. Second, the pocket is just too small. I wasn’t even able to jam a standard 1/2 liter Costco bottled water inside, let alone any of my larger stainless steel water bottles.

    The last pocket is on the top of the bag, located in between the large front pocket and the main pocket. It’s a unique pocket not only because the zipper teeth are accented, but because it is lined with a felt-like material for protecting valuables like a watch, phone, jewelry, or glasses. It reminds me a little bit of my golf bag that has a valuables pocket so you can take off your jewelry and keep it from getting hacked up. I’d probably refrain from putting my glasses in there though since it’s not padded in any way. Though the pocket entry is on the outside, the actual pocket resides inside the main compartment and I could see my glasses getting smashed inside unless I wasn’t carrying anything too bulky inside the main compartment.

    CONCLUSION
    The Case Logic 14-inch Laptop Backpack (DLBP-114) is a very well-made laptop backpack. It won’t be suitable for everyone because of the slim design and doesn’t have a cavernous main compartment. Make no mistake, it is not a daypack. I see this being a good fit for the urban commuter who carries a laptop and perhaps a Kindle or iPad with accessories, some snacks and not much else. For that demographic, I think that the DLBP-114 is a great value. My hope is that Case Logic will also release a daypack version with similar design cues as the DLBP-114 as I tend to fit in the category of people who like to be able to carry as much stuff as possible.

    * Review sample provided by Case Logic, Inc.

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