Mobile apps weren't the only thing the brand launched this week - they also expanded into luggage.

The beloved Moleskine brand didn't only launch a product corresponding to the digital world this week (we recently covered their new iPhone and iPad apps). It also launched a new line of bags that addresses the dual needs of a connected – and sometimes intentionally disconnected – world. A line of bags with room for both an iPad and Moleskine notebook. In his Wall Street Journal review, writer Michael Hsu describes;

The messenger bag, for example, has an interior dividing panel (documents on one side; laptop on the other, perhaps) to which smaller pouches can be attached—perfect for cellphone chargers and notepads. Its cover flap folds to create a loop for quick access to a newspaper (quaint) or an umbrella.

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