For a full overview of the Boa Brief be sure to check out the video below.
One can purchase any color of Boa that they want, as long as it’s black. Or graphite, as Booq calls it. That goes for the black leather handle and zipper pulls, as well. The exterior is ballistic nylon, and is water-repellent.
There are all kinds of pockets on this briefcase: a front zippered pocket, a rear zippered pocket, a top pocket that is kind of hidden but has space for a tablet, phone, and pens, a quilted and padded laptop pocket, and, of course, the main pocket. The main pocket has a zippered area, as well.
One side has two extremely useful features. First, the Boa has a barcode on it for use on Terralinq.com, a service Booq offers for recovery of lost baggage. Lost your bag in the airport? Perhaps a Good Samaritan will pick it up, visit Terralinq, and get your bag back to you. There’s also a luggage handle strap, so the bag is actually attached to your lugged when wheeling through the airport instead of being loosely seated and ready to fly off with any wrong movement.
The shoulder strap made of seatbelt material has a pad with rubber grips on it to keep it from sliding off of the shoulder of carriage.
Colin Dean has been a writer for ThinkComputers since 2006.
Jul 08, 2014 0