Solo Everyday Max Backpack Review: A Gamer’s Dream

If you deal with tech and gadgets for a living, you know how sensitive your stuff is. Getting a bag to fit all of your chargers, cables, hard drives, or even DVD cases and an extra pair of shoes properly can be a chore. Add in the need for a laptop and any paperwork and transportation of your mobile office can be a disaster. The Solo Everyday Max Backpack solves many of these problems by proving a good-looking backpack that can carry a ton of different things and not make you look like you’re going on a camping trip.

With two large sections in the back, it’s great to carry a tablet, a laptop and a whole mess of other things. If you’re a multimedia journalist, twitch streamer or just a neurotic who likes to carry things, it’s a great solution for all of your on-the-go travel needs. You’ll definitely be surprised with how much stuff fit in there and how easy it is to carry. The fact that you can carry it on its side as well will allow older users to not feel like they are carrying a school bag, too. The water-proof exterior is a godsend as well. You never have to worry about any of your equipment getting wet or destroyed.

It’s almost industry standard to have a sexy leather bag if you’re in media. It just looks “right.” However, those expensive bags don’t protect the valuables inside and make you a target. The Solo Everyday Max Backpack can pass for your standard school bag, but with so many compartments and padding inside, your equipment is always safe and you can blend in with everyone else, in spite of having thousands of dollars of equipment with you.

Thanks to a superior design, awesome portability and a cool look, the Solo Everyday Max Backpack is the kind of accessory that every professional in the technology and media professions needs.

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Patrick Hickey Jr. is the Founder, Editor-in-Chief, Master Jedi and Grand Pooh-bah of and is the author of the book, "The Minds Behind the Games: Interviews with Cult and Classic Video Game Developers," from leading academic and non-fiction publisher McFarland and Company. He is currently the Assistant Director of the Journalism Program at Kingsborough Community College and is a former News Editor at NBC Local Integrated Media and a National Video Games Writer at the late He has also had articles and photos published in The New York Times, The New York Daily News, Complex and The Syracuse Post-Standard. Love him. Read him.

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