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Pac-Man on My Shoulder Makes Me Happy

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I’ve got this boring black bag that my laptop came with, and now I think I’ve finally found a replacement. Maybe I’m stuck in the 80s, but I still think that Pac-Man and his ghostly pals are in fashion.

Pac-Man Messenger Bag

Created by Rockza, the PacManiac series of briefcases is the perfect way to carry around a small notebook computer, papers and books, or as a lightweight carry-on for your next trip.

Pac-Man Messenger Bag

The bags are available in several styles, including one that’s covered with hundreds of colorful, pixelated denizens of Pac-World, and another with a slightly more subtle grey-on-black design. It looks like Rockza also makes a white version and a blue version, but they’re harder to find (and don’t look as good, IMHO). Each bag measures appx. 14″ x 10.25″ x 6″, which should hold a 14″ or smaller laptop.

Pac-Man Messenger Bag

Now the bad news. I can’t find anyone outside of Korea who’s selling these yet. If you’re willing to dive in and do a little translation, you might be able to get your hands on them over at HIPHOPER for 54,000 KRW (appx. $39 USD).



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