The Targus 10.2‚ÄĚ Zamba Netbook Sleeve provides a fun and expressive way to protect your netbook from scratches and bumps. Designed to fit netbooks with up to 10.2‚ÄĚ screens, the vibrant colour options and water-resistant neoprene exterior add both personality and durability to this netbook sleeve. Whether carrying it by itself, or inside of another case, this heavily quilted sleeve provides that extra layer of protection while transporting a netbook to and from school or work.
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