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Product Code: 62310251

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The Cyber Port is a streamlined, technically sophisticated panel-style daypack designed with access to and interaction with 21st Century electronic devices as a priority, and built to enhance the daily experience of moving through the world, however you choose to do it.

This rucksack features a port window, allowing use of your tablet without removing it from the pack, keeping it safe and protected. Clean lines, textured warm fabrics and a hint of retro, offset the technical sophistication of this daysack.

Tablet not included.

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Product Features

  • Weight: 750g
  • Capacity: 18l
  • Size: 45 x 30 x 20cm
  • Zippered, panel load main compartment
  • Fleece lined, padded laptop/tablet sleeve
  • Internal organiser
  • Zipped sunglasses compartment
  • Tablet not included

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1 There is 1 review of this product

Reaches a new height of geek.
Reviewed By Alasdair, 26 Jan 2014

I bought this for use around town and for surveying in the hills. The main attractions were the organiser section, the phone pocket and the tablet window.

In general:
It performs well for the former unless I need to carry more than a few books and then it gets full up.
For hill use it is very limited by what you can carry. It is fine if you are just nipping out and aren't fussed by having lunch/emergency kit/clothes.

The organiser section is fine. Carries pens, USB sticks and other random clutter.
The phone pocket is convenient to access and helps protect the screen. It does fit my Galaxy S4 with a bulky case but it is slightly awkward getting it out (but then that phone and case is rather big).
The tablet window is obviously designed for use with an iPad. There would be problems with other devices. My Microsoft Surface fits in fine, but as it is widescreen part of it is not visible through the window (and I can't swipe in from the side to access menus). There is a cutout in the surrounding non-conductive bit for the central iPad button but I suspect the menu and back patches on many Android devices would be covered and inoperable. They really have limited themselves by wedding to one tablet manufacturer.



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Innovation and Quality

Mike Pfotenhauer established Osprey in 1974 with the ambition to make top quality backpacks for a wide range of outdoor activities. From cycling and climbing, to backpacking and the everyday commute, the entire range of Osprey rucksacks are specifically engineered to be adapted to the challenges they will face. With modern day classics such as the Talon, Osprey has a proud, forty year history of bringing new and innovative designs into the outdoors where they can thrive.

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