In 1949, Popular Mechanics predicted that the computer of the future might weigh “no more than 1.5 tons”. Obviously, that figure proved a little off, and now the biggest difficulty in transporting computers lies in the fact that some are smaller than others -- so if you’ve got a travel Ultrabook and a chunky work laptop, the former will end up floating in a bag that still seems to think that cathode ray tubes are the wave of the future.
Leave it to the company whose luggage is named after history's strongest guy ever to come up with a brilliantly sensible solution: the Samsonite Xenon™ 2 Perfect Fit Technology Laptop Bag. Outfitted with adjustable interior panels, it’ll secure nearly any size laptop firmly, from that Ultrabook, to the behemoth PC your parents gave you in 1995 and still expect you to use, because something as miraculous as a computer should last forever.
Check out this video they put together demonstrating the bag’s range, and be sure to file this email away so that in ten years you can have a good laugh at how primitively enormous our computers once were ("13 inches? SERIOUSLY!?!").