For Fall 2013, Osprey is focusing on the technology that has become integral to your daily life – laptops, tablets,
smartphones, and other gadgets. The
new Portal Series is designed with access to and interaction with all your electronic devices in mind. Although highly functional, the sophisticated bag designs don't overtly scream technology, ensuring they better blend in with your daily lifestyle, inside or out.
The Portal Series collection includes seven different styles: the Pixel ($139) flap style daypack, Pixel Port ($119) with direct tablet access, Cyber ($129) panel style daypack, Cyber Port ($99) with direct tablet access, Beta ($129) courier bag, Beta Port ($99) with tablet window, and the Nano Port ($99) vertical shoulder bag with tablet window.
Each of the bags feature plenty of organization pockets for all your gear with separate padded laptop and tablet sleeves, magazine or document sleeves, organizer panel, and scratch-free sunglasses pocket. Many of the Portal Series bags can be worn in multiple ways, using a top padded handle for quick grab and go.
On the Port models, the innovative Port window enables you to use your iPad or other tablet without ever removing it from your pack. On the three largest models, a separate zippered case hides inside a specially designed pocket. This PowerHouse Add-On, as it is called, is the perfect place to store all your charging cords and other electronic accessories.
All of the Osprey Portal Series bags are available in a range of textured fabric colors including Black Pepper, Chestnut Brown, Pinot Red, and Grey Herringbone. The bags will be ready for all your Fall 2013 travels and work commute.