The Razer Blade Pro 17 is an excellent gaming laptop, but it's also a pricey one, and if you have one, you'll want to protect your investment with a case of some kind. Here are some of the best laptop sleeves, bags, and backpacks that we recommend if you're looking to safeguard your new Razer Blade Pro 17.
The Samsonite Prowler ST6 Backpack is made of damage-resistant polyester weave, and internally it sports extremely heavy and thick padding. There's plenty of space to easily fit your Razer Blade Pro 17 and several other items, too. This armored backpack will reliably keep your laptop safe without a doubt.
The NIDOO Laptop Sleeve is a lightweight and compact sleeve that will keep your Razer Blade Pro 17 safe from water and light drops, and there's also a bit of room for smaller peripheral accessories.
This padded laptop sleeve is designed with some extra room in the main compartment, which is great if you have a lot of smaller accessories with you. There are also three extra pockets for even more storage.
Simple laptop bag
The AmazonBasics Laptop Bag is simple with just some basic padding and a few pockets, but it's a great bag to choose if you only need the bare minimum out of a laptop bag. You'll also save a bit of money.
Value laptop bag
The KALIDI Laptop Bag is tough and reliable thanks to its generous padding and shockproof material. It also has a decent amount of extra compartments for other accessories, and its balanced price makes it an excellent way to get the most bang for your buck.
Durability-focused laptop bag
The NiceEbag Armor Laptop Briefcase is outfitted with thick outer protection that's both water and shockproof, and the inside has mesh layers and plush lining, making it incredibly protective. However, there's only one compartment for other accessories.
The KALIDI Gaming Laptop Backpack offers a nice balance between protection and extra space thanks to its thick interior padding and various pockets. Best of all, it's also not too pricey, making it a great mid-range option.
The DTGB Backpack offers only basic amounts of both space and padding, but its also an incredibly affordable backpack at just $20. It even comes with a cool spot to feed a USB cord through for phone charging, provided you own a power brick that can be placed inside.
Extremely spacious backpack
If you want as much space as possible for other items as well as your Razer Blade Pro 17, the Everki EKP121-1 Atlas is for you. The countless amount of compartments and the massive amount of inside space mean it's far from cheap, but it's worth it if you need the space.
If we had to choose
All of these types of cases are excellent, but deciding which one you should choose will come down to what you're looking for the most. Sleeves are the smallest and least expensive type of case and offer the least amount of protection and space, backpacks are the opposite, and laptop bags fill the gap between, offering a balance of size, space, and protection. If I had to choose one, though, I would go with the Samsonite Prowler ST6 Backpack (opens in new tab) because I would want to protect my Razer Blade Pro 17 investment as much as possible, while also having a great amount of room to take things like books or chargers with me on-the-go. It's a bit on the pricey side, but I think the cost of something that will potentially save you thousands of dollars in repair or replacement down the line is worth it.
People who want a sleeve should opt for the Arvok 17 Laptop Sleeve (opens in new tab) since it has a solid amount of protective padding and also has some extra room on the inside for peripherals, while folks who prefer to protect their laptops with shoulder bags will love the NiceEbag Armor Laptop Briefcase (opens in new tab) due to how much it protects the device tucked within. As far as large laptop bags like this go, you won't find a more protective laptop bag on the market.
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