Bullet-Proof Computer Bag

Posted: Jun 15 2003, 8:48pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 1:52pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

 
Bullet-Proof Computer Bag
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Here is a product reflecting the sign of the times.

American Company Forcefield offers protective computer bags.

Forcefield's bags are also safety devices.
Forcefield's ballistic shield uses a proprietary system comprised of multiple layers of high-tech bullet resistant materials including Zylon®.
The ballistic panel is 14 inches wide and 28 inches long after deployment. The ballistic shield provides National Institute of Justice (NIJ) Threat Level IIIA protection against 9mm and 44 magnum bullets and lesser caliber.

Forcefield offers a backpack, shoulder bag, and a computer carrying case.
The bullet proof bags start at $650.

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