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NEW YORK A maker of laptop computer cases and accessories has launched a collection of sleeves for laptops and netbooks, as well as an eco-friendly clamshell case made of recycled plastic bottles.
Targus' EcoSmart line now features the Impax laptop sleeve and the 16-in. Spruce EcoSmart clamshell. The Impax laptop sleeve features protective corner bumpers to reduce shock and wear, and easy-to-grip, nonslip materials. The sleeves fit netbooks with 10.2-in. screens, in addition to 14-in., 16-in. and 17-in. laptops. Prices for the Impax laptop sleeve range from $29.99 to $39.99, depending on size.
The new 16-in. Spruce EcoSmart clamshell is made of 100% recycled polyester material and features a soft and padded interior, a durable, rubberized bottom to prevent wear and tear, and plenty of room to store other essentials. It opens like a briefcase for easy access, while the ergonomic shoulder strap and grip makes the case easy to tote. The Spruce clamshell is available in black for an MSRP of $59.99.
"Targus has always been proactive in improving our product offerings through new technology and materials," said Kevin Nicusanti,VP soft goods at Targus. "We continue to expand our EcoSmart line of products and have incorporated new materials into our laptop sleeves, such as double-layered neoprene, scratch-resistant fleece lining and shock-resisting molded corners — features not typically found in the standard array of sleeves in today's market."