Rated 4.4 out of 5★ by 7reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5★ by ForMyKitten Great Backpack, but Pricy This back pack was a gift for a true gamer who lugs around a new loaded Alienware M18x R2 laptop. She travels a lot and needs a durable/reliable backpack that can keep her computer safe and ALSO hold additional accessories like power supply, large headset with mic, and several other items that only she knows about. We LOVE the orange interior as it makes it much easier to see dark/black objects against a relatively bright contrasting color. There are abundant compartments for nearly anything/everything she needs to carry, and the checkpoint-friendly design makes it very appealing.I'm extremely satisfied with the backpack itself, it meets the needs of my gamer girlfriend perfectly so I saw no choice in this decision... I just wish it wasn't so expensive. The price is the ONLY reason I didn't give this backpack a 5-star rating. 12/17/2012
Rated 5 out of 5★ by RubbyDucky Dream come true If you are looking for a bag that can carry anything and everything this is it. No regrets in making this purchase 09/21/2012
Rated 5 out of 5★ by Grimy Everki EKP120 Titan Backpack I love this backpack! I travel a lot and use it to carry my Alienware M18x R2, PS3, and Astro A40 headphones everywhere. Everything fits well with plenty of room for all my accessories and games with room to spare. It's very comfortable when it's all loaded with my gear. My old alienware backpack was very uncomfortable and heavy with everything in it and the headphone didn't fit in that bag. The design and quality of the EKP120 is Great! Can't even tell that I'm carrying a 12 lbs laptop in it! Tried a lot of backpacks and this is the best by far. Was a little worried when I ordered because of the cost, but after using it all I have to say is Money well spent! 04/14/2013
Rated 5 out of 5★ by Fasteddie711 This is a fantastic laptop backpack for gamers! This is a great backpack for a large gaming laptop! It fits a asus rog 17.3 inch like gaming laptop like a glove. It's not easy to find a good laptop bag if you are a gamer and carry around a device much thicker than a traditional laptop or ultra book, and this is the most perfect one I've tried. Tons of room for a laptop, ipad or other tablet, phone, all of your cables and plugs, and pockets out the wazoo for just about anything you would need to take on a trip. There is a tarp for keeping it dry in the rain, tons of little zipper bags and holders, and it stands up on its own with a nice hard base. I never felt like my belongings weren't fully protected while inside. The padded straps are very comfortable, and everything feels premium. The only shortcoming, as others have mentioned, is the small strap for one handed carriying- it's not padded and as comfortable as everything else. If you are looking for a great product, you'll get your money's worth out of this, it was worth every penny! 11/15/2013
Rated 4 out of 5★ by Bengrass Really great backpack. Great for a trip or overnight. A little big for day-to-day use. 04/21/2013
Rated 4 out of 5★ by connjos Great backpack They should really rename this backpack the TARDIS. There is enough room to carry all your electronic needs and then some. I teach several classes and use this to carry my entire multi-media classroom. This would include an 18" laptop/tablet, small portable projector, small portable ELMO, keyboard, mouse, iPad, wifi jack, and all the extra items required to power. BTW.. there is still more room. 11/10/2013
Rated 4 out of 5★ by dm762x51 Great for large laptops+lots of accoutrements There aren't many laptop bags that one can buy that will fit large gaming laptops (especially Asus G series, I use it with the G750JH-DB71 and it fits snugly). It also swallows the giant power brick and a good chunk of other things and it simplifies TSA interactions at airports. The only con in my opinion is a lack of padding at the bottom of the laptop compartment that I believe would allow damage to the $2,000+ laptop within should the bag be dropped flat on it's bottom. This is easy to resolve by folding up a smallish towel and stuffing it down in the bottom of the laptop compartment. You wouldn't necessarily have to use a towel, anything else soft that will fit nicely will do just fine. 03/20/2014