Verbatim introduces Melbourne camera backpack for photographers which doubles as overnight notebook bag
The small compartments are perfect for camera equipment such as lens kits, flashguns and battery packs, making the bag particularly suitable for photographers. An outside pocket can store a folded tripod if required.
Priced at €99.00, the backpack doubles as an overnight notebook bag to store clothes, shoes and toiletries instead of camera equipment. It has additional padding to protect notebooks, comfortable shoulder straps and a soft grip handle.
The Melbourne is part of a wider range of high quality and practical notebook bags business travellers launched by Verbatim. Using heavy-duty materials, the cases (each named after an international city) deliver plenty of protection for computers and other mobile gadgets, in addition to offering useful compartment spaces for other valuables. Besides being comfortable to carry, all the bags in the range are flight-travel friendly – complying with all major airlines’ size regulations for carry-on luggage.
Other bags in the portfolio are: the top-of-the-range Frankfurt, a 2-in-1 overnight roller with capacity for 15.6” notebooks designed to make long overnight business trips more relaxing; the Copenhagen, an overnight roller backpack for 16” notebooks; the Paris, a lightweight notebook backpack roller with telescoping handle; the Stockholm, a notebook backpack for 16” notebooks; the London, a slim notebook case for 17” notebooks; and finally, the Berlin, a lightweight messenger bag for 16” notebooks.
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Note to editors: The IATA (International Air Transport Association) standard hand baggage allowance (followed by most airlines) is 56cm x 45cm x 25cm. Most low-cost airlines have smaller limits (commonly 55 cm x 40 cm x 20 cm).
In addition, the company is an innovator in fast-growing LED and OLED lighting, developing products that offer low power consumption, long life and a better lighting experience. It is also an emerging supplier of water filtration systems; its Cleansui brand is Japan’s favourite water filter.
Verbatim is a subsidiary of Mitsubishi Kagaku Media owned by Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation, one of the world’s largest chemical companies, which invests heavily in R&D across many diverse sectors. The company’s operating principles are founded on helping people to live in a healthy, comfortable and sustainable way. Verbatim’s regional organisations are EMEA, APAC and Americas, with offices in most countries in the world. The company’s European headquarters are based in the UK. For further information, visit http://www.verbatim.com