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Skooba Design Laptop Bags: Stylish Harmony Line for the Ladies Unveiled

For those of you who find yourself having to carry around a lot of the latest in technology devices every day and wished they didn’t have to look so geeky with all the carriers then we have some good news for you. Sorry fellas this is for the ladies only, as Skooba Design have unveiled their stylish Harmony line of Laptop bags.

The laptop bag that doesn’t look like one can now be yours to own and in a variety of different styles too. They are designed to hold notebooks as well as laptops ranging from 15”-17”.

Each bag is a stylish black color combined with quilted fabric, faux leather and a shiny cloth material. As Slashgear reports they are targeted at the women in the market and from what they can tell the Harmony range is successful in that sense.

The prices of the line range from $24.95 for the 15” sleeve to $159.99 for the 17” tote. There is also an iPod satchel for $99.95. The bags also come with storage and pockets for the average lady’s essential equipment like lip-gloss. You can find out more details about the line at the Slashgear site by clicking the link above where you will also find what else the Harmony line is offering.

What do you think of the Harmony line? Would you pay this sort of money for accessories just to look stylish? Let us know what you think.

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Written by Chris Cook

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