Before attempting to place my current case into the bag I made sure to measure it to see if it would fit considering my case is abnormally tall/long. It turns out that my case, the NZXT Tempest, didn’t fit in the inner dimensions of 18.9in*8.3in*20.5in so I had to find another case.
I managed to find an older no name brand case lying around my house and decided to test it. It’s pretty simple to use. Just simply unzip one or both side flaps and simply slide in your case.
Since this is a smaller case there was some extra room along the top and sides. This extra room could be even used for extra storage if your case is small enough. Upon zipping back up the flap the extra room that was sticking out on the sides of the case was now gone and heightened the room along the top of the bag. It left a tight feeling to the case, especially with the heavy duty zippers and Velcro flaps.
The external storage compartments cover quite a bit of room and should have no problem trying to fit a mouse or bundled cables.
The larger compartment is perfect for housing a keyboard or other lengthy devices. The zippered pouch also gives you that extra storage for long cables that could get in the way.
I also found the mesh compartment to fit a keyboard fairly well.
As well as the original pouch which seems to be perfect for the keyboard and the top of the bag which also has two short clamps which only seem to be used to hold items on the top of the bag tight against the bag.
If you are to use the top of the bag for holding things then you may wonder how you’re going to carry it without that nice rubber handle; no worries, you still have the padded shoulder strap to carry it which would probably be my recommendation in the first place just because it’s easier to carry that way.