What you need to know
- The Razer Rolltop Backpack is now available for $130.
- The bag is water and abrasion-resistant.
- The backpack can hold laptops up to 15 inches, and its main compartment expands up to 34L.
Razer recently launched its Razer Recon 15" Rolltop Backpack. The bag is large enough for 15-inch laptops, such as the now more affordable Razer Blade 15 base model, and is water and abrasion-resistant. The bag comes in Razer's iconic black and green combination and has a dedicated slot for your laptop. The Razer Recon 15" Rolltop Backpack is available from Razer now for $130 (opens in new tab).
As the name suggests, the backpack has a rolltop design that makes it easy to pack items inside. The main body of the backpack opens up, which you can then roll closed and buckle shut. Rolltop backpacks are more space-efficient than some more traditional designs.
The Razer Recon is large enough to easily hold most of the best laptops and best gaming laptops. The main compartment of the Razer Recon Rolltop Backpack is 20 liters, but it can be expanded up to 34 liters.
At the back of the backpack, there's a dedicated compartment that you slide your laptop inside. This pocket is padded to protect whatever device you decide to place inside. The shoulder straps of the bag are padded as well, which should come in handy when carrying heavier laptops and accessories. The backpack's zippers feature waterproof zipper tape for an extra level of protection.
Sleek and spacious
Razer Recon 15' Rolltop Backpack
A padded and expandable bag
This rolltop laptop bag features a spacious main compartment and a padded pocket for laptops up to 15 inches.
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