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OAKLEY LUNCHBOX BACKPACK
This 30-litre backpack is part tech bag and part lunch box, offering the unusual combination of a padded section able to fit up to a 17-inch laptop and a cooler section at the front. Ideal for some but a niche product.
$350 / oakley.com.au
The bag has a pocket for a battery pack and cable holders that lets you connect the charger to gadgets in the other parts of the bag. It fits a 15-inch laptop and tablet, and has the added protection of a RFID shield.
$300 / davidjones.com.au
ARC’TERYX BLADE 28
This overnight backpack which would suit a bike commuter offers two sections which fold flat when unzipped, letting you keep clothes on one side and a 15-inch computer, tablet and work tools on the other.
$300 / arcteryx.com
This fashionable bag has a wide top opening and a padded section able to fit a 15.6-inch laptop and tablet. Unlike some tech backpacks, it still has the essentials such as a side pocket for a water bottle.
$150 / everki.com
PEAK DESIGN EVERYDAY BACKPACK 30L
Hands down the most well considered camera bag, Peak Design’s Everyday Backpack 30L has customisable dividers to accommodate a lot of camera gear, as well as zipped openings on both sides, pockets for everything from memory cards to chargers, and places for a laptop, tablet and phone. Extra cables are supplied to secure tripods and even drones to this backpack.
$447 / digidirect.com.au