Closer Look – Interior
The small pocket on the outermost portion of the backpack can store a typical smart phone.
Next is the center pocket which does have a large enough chamber to store different gadgets. The pockets are ideal for smart phones, chargers, flash drives, power banks and others. Smaller objects can be stored in the pocket with a lip and Velcro lock or the bigger one with a zipper so it won’t get loss inside the backpack.
Here you can see me storing one of the larger smart phones, a Huawei Honor V8 with 5.7-inch display on one of the larger pocket.
Moving on to the main chamber of the Xplorer backpack, you can find the laptop compartment secured with the red strap with a Velcro locking mechanism. It has a smaller pocket in front for tablets.
There’s another mesh pocket in the front of the laptop pocket to store things like your wireless mouse, notebook adapter and other things you don’t want to end up at the bottom portion of the backpack.
Here you can see my 14-inch display Lenovo G480 notebook tucked inside the laptop pocket and secured by the red strap. The Frabicon Xplorer laptop backpack can support notebooks as large as those that sport 15.6-inch displays so our notebook pretty much sit in with more allowable space inside.