Whatever your choice in go-to technology is, the Pixel Backpack is built to carry it--after all, its name has a direct connection to display screens, so it's obviously tech friendly. The padded sleeves protect your laptop and tablet, and the main compartment expands and compresses to keep your electronics secure. Meanwhile, the Neospacer shoulder harness and spacer mesh Airscape back panel provide the same comfort that Osprey's big backpacks are known for. Osprey added a Powerhouse organizer for your cords, chargers, and other electronic accessories. Additionally, the Portal organization (that's located within the main compartment) was well-thought-out to provide spaces for all your daily accessories. This pack also features document sleeves in the main compartment and a zippered top non-scratch pocket for your smartphone or sunglasses. And, not to mention, the Pixel features a hidden, adjustable extension, offering you an extra 4-liters of room when push comes to shove.
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