Does Your Laptop Have a Seatbelt?

Share Article

Braatpaq, Inc introduces an innovative way of securing a laptop computer while it is being used in a vehicle for video entertainment by rear seat passengers... the Braatpaq bag(patent pending).

The Braatpaq bag is designed to look like a traditional laptop carrying case, but comes with additional straps that enable it to be mounted over the front seat headrests, securing the laptop computer and allowing rear seat passengers to view the screen. The laptop is opened and positioned in the bag so that the screen extends outside the bag. In addition, inner straps secure the laptop while it is in use. Users have the option of zipping it up or leaving it open while in use. The bag is specially reinforced to provide extra durability. It works in most vehicles, from compacts to minivans and SUVs, and can also be used as a regular laptop carrying case. For those who have had mounted units ripped out of a vehicle, this provides a good alternative.

The idea was conceived after Yvonne Apronti, President of Braatpaq, Inc realized that her children got very restless during family trips. Mobile units were not cheap. "It occurred to me that my laptop would serve a similar purpose and had a larger screen but I needed to fine a way to secure other words, a seatbelt for my laptop," she reports. An unsecured laptop can pose several dangers in the event of any sudden movement. " Now I have peace of mind while driving, knowing that my children are protected as they enjoy their favorite movies in the back seat," she adds.

The Braatpaq bag is currently being offered at Questions can be sent to

# # #

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Yvonne Apronti
Visit website