Booq Saddle Up Their New Tablet Messenger Bag for the Latest Devices

The Boa Saddle from Booq is quite simply everything a tablet owner might need. The newest tablet messenger bag fits just about any modern tablet device and even smaller laptops. However, the case goes much further and provides lots of extra space for accessories and daily necessities. Extra tough material and high-quality build ensure the bag is built to last and provide excellent impact protection for the gadgets inside. There’s a handle and a shoulder strap for carrying options and lots of interior and a couple of exterior pockets for easy organization.

About Booq:
Booq is all about those who value creative passion and promote creative ambition. We do not exist for those who fear change, nor do we work for those who resist it. The Booq brand supports those who passionately work to inspire, initiate and create new ideas, sometimes against all odds and seemingly better judgment.

Booq was founded by Thorsten Trotzenberg, a German native, product design graduate of Pasadena's Art Center College of Design, and founding partner of 3Gen LLC, now the world's leading maker of handheld skin cancer screening devices marketed under the DermLite brand. Booq started in 2002 as a garage operation based in Burbank, California, and the privately held family company moved to Sierra Madre, a creative community in the foothills above Los Angeles, in 2003.

Run by a small team of highly motivated creative individuals who are committed to providing the highest level of product performance and service to some of the world's most ambitious and innovative individuals, it is our customer's creative work that gives us all the inspiration we need to stay focused and create great products. In turn, we hope that our work inspires others to do the same, and we look forward to helping you move your next ambitious idea farther for many years to come.

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