APH Networks Reviews: Spire Torq Laptop Backpack

After months of torture in Engineering class, I often find it hard to believe that I am finally done with this term. For the last few days, I 'slept in' until 7:00AM, and tried hard to lose the weird food addictions I had during final exams. I spent a lot of time with friends, watched numerous episodes of The Simpsons, and I even started playing the occasional Counter-Strike: Source (If you don't know me, I have to tell you that I am not a gamer -- that's only because I am too leet for it ;) Just kidding haha) -- when the fun stuff is all over, I figured it is about time to get back to reality. That is when I realized that I have been excusing myself so much, that I delayed my review schedule quite a few times already. Here's the deal though: I gained quite a bit of time for thorough testing in real life. When the Spire Torq arrived at APH Networks, I was so glad that finally there's some physical relief from the stress and strains (No pun intended. Or is it!?) of higher education. The Spire Torq is a large laptop backpack that's designed for practicality, combined with lots of room, infinite amounts of pockets, and comfortable enough for extended periods of usage. I've been dropping my clipboard, occasional textbook, drawing notebook, a couple of calculators, pens and pencils, and of course, my Lenovo ThinkPad T400 notebook computer around for almost a month already. This classroom to that lecture hall, one building to another, library to train station, train station to car, you get the idea. Here's my impression of Spire's Torq laptop backpack, and how it works out for me.

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