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For those that are ‘always on the go’, protecting your notebook and ensuring you have space for all your documents and files is essential.  However, you won’t want to compromise on style, and now Targus and DCC have you covered with the Targus Toploading Atmosphere notebook case, worth R700.

The notebook bag with a difference

Providing the ultimate protection for your notebook, the Toploading Atmosphere notebook case comes complete with a fully padded notebook compartment as well as an expanding universal section for a projector, stationary or overnight clothing if the trip is longer than a day. If in a hurry, the easy to access pocket for items such as passports, ID’s or flight tickets is ideal. Ever gone into a meeting and left your phone on? Worry no more with the first of its kind – the Reception Blocker Pocket. Place your phone in this pocket and the pocket removes service from your phone and re-establishes it when removed from the pocket. This is the ideal bag for anyone carrying a notebook day in and out!

HOW TO WIN

In order to win a Targus Toploading Atmosphere notebook case, answer the following easy question.

QUESTION

What is the first of its kind feature with this bag?

Send your response, name, and email address to competition@techsmart.co.za.

Competition closes 31 August 2014Winner to be announced in TechSmart Business November 2014. Terms and Conditions apply.

Judges decision is final.

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