Back of Hurrah! Quilted Laptop Sleeves With Handles! Hybrids are pretty much never a bad thing these days, and here's my newest favorite cross breed: Kolo Bags' quilted laptop brief. It's as slim and small as a sleeve, but with a handle. This makes perfect sense to me, since my problem with sleeves is that they weigh down the larger bag I throw it into, hurting my back (yeah, yeah, I'm old) — and the problem with laptop bags that I have is that it's usually the same size as my big handbag, and instead of throwing all my stuff into the one big laptop bag, I insist on carrying both. With this bag, I could hold my laptop separately but avoid straining myself! But enough about me, let's talk about this bag: Kolobags' little star comes in taupe, navy, red, black, or yellow quilted nylon with a leather handle, for just under a hundred bucks. Plus there's a (well-intentioned, if anything) lost tag on the inside, if a good Samaritan steals your laptop. View 7 Photos › Photo 1 Photo 2 Photo 3 Photo 4 Photo 5 Photo 6 Photo 7 Comments nuclear_winter 9 years lovin it aimeeb 9 years So cute!!! natali3nguyen 9 years it reminds me of a nice pillow Performita 9 years I must dig if this is sold online and do they ship internationally because its UBER!!! Kaori 9 years "if a good Samaritan steals your laptop"? LOL MissMarisol 9 years That is cute but like SkinnyMarie mentioned, I need the extra room for cords and whatnot. glam-sugar 9 years Cute! SkinnyMarie 9 years I have this bag in black. OMG I love it. It fits my macbook PERFECTLY. It is really durable and can take a beating without aging. The one drawback is the lack of space for power adapters that are square. I have a wristlet I put mine into. I also think its reasonably priced compared to some of the others geek has posted. Colleeninator 9 years I'm not usually a fan of quilted things, but that red bag is adorable. It might be nice to have one since I take my laptop with me everywhere, but I don't know if I could give up the purse functionalities of my current laptop bag from Franklin Covey.