Review: PocketPro Padfolio Case

April 5th, 2014 posted by Rebecca Brea

Look around anywhere there’s Wi-Fi these days and you’ll usually find folks busy on their laptops while sipping their lattes. Whether for work or play, the ability to carry your laptop securely is a must.  Security meets style in the PocketPro Padfolio Case from Digital Treasures. This combination protective case and padfolio accommodates the 13.3” Ultrabook and the 13” MacBook Pro or MacBook Air.

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The PocketPro Padfolio Case is streamlined and sleek in design, rendered in black koskin with red accents. It features a padded, protective zippered storage pocket for your laptop, multiple pockets for all your essentials, accommodates a letter-sized writing pad and includes two stylus/pen holders.  A secure strap closure keeps everything in place.

padfolio open

I was impressed with this product’s versatility.  Perfect for travel and clearly a winner for the office, I was pleased to find that it also fits easily into a tote or diaper bag. It’s a great organizer for the work-at-home mom, whether your office is the kitchen counter or your favorite table at the local coffee shop. Along with your laptop, slip your driver’s license, credit and rewards cards into the card slots and a few bucks into the zippered compartment, and the Padfolio doubles as your wallet – now you’re ready to edit those blog posts or spreadsheets on the go!

with computer

My middle schooler was delighted that it fit handily into his backpack, great for when he has to bring his laptop to school or the library.  The Padfolio is an asset not only for the business person, but the work-at-home mom and student as well.

The PocketPro Padfolio Case is available for $49.95.  A slightly larger model accommodates the 14” Ultrabook. Watch the video below.

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Rebecca began reading blogs to connect, learn from and share information with other moms about the parenting experience. This was a natural extension of her participation on community message boards during her struggle with infertility in the late 90s. Rebecca says “As I laughed, was moved by, and recognized myself in so many great blogs, I realized I had been ‘blogging’ in one form or another for most of my life – in diaries, notes on calendars and scrapbooks – so I decided to start one of my own.” Mom Meets Blog peeks in on this later-in-life mom with a fantastic son who’s faced his own challenges and is currently navigating tweendom, karate, middle school, and piano lessons, a workaholic husband overseeing a busy family business, and her role in managing it all - motherhood, midlife and a blog.

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