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Thermaltake Xaser Bag Review
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The Xaser Bag

When I opened the box, I found the bag wrapped in a plastic bag. I just removed it and here's the bag!


Xaser Bag

The thing that you would notice straight off the bat are the netted compartments that are located on the bag. That's for the keyboard, mouse and any other items that you would take with you to a LAN Party. It's pretty spacious and the band along the opening is elastic so it can expand, if necessary.

Here's another shot of the pockets.


Pockets

As you can see, it has the potential to store a lot of things. The space it provides is more than enough to slip your keyboard in. I think that you could also fit a mouse pad in there.

The Xaser Bag pads each area that would make contact with your PC, like the metal harness and some of the clips.


Padding

As you can see, the metal part is enclosed in what looks like neoprene. That would effectively prevent the metal parts from scratching off the paint from your pricey case in transit to/from LAN party.



 
   
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