Harrisburg, August 18, 2015 – CODi Incorporated, the trusted advisor in all things mobility and technology protection, introduced the new “CT3 Apex X2 17” Backpack”.  The Apex X2 weighs in at an incredibly light 2.6lbs and is engineered with CODi’s exclusive, industry leading SX2 Ballistic Nylon. Front zippered compartments open wide for easy visibility to all your essentials.  The bottom front compartment includes a 4 pocket mesh organizer, keeping frequently used items easily accessible.  This backpack is also TSA checkpoint friendly, cutting out the step of removing your laptop when moving through security checkpoints.  An integrated trolley strap allows for the CT3 Apex X2 to piggy back on your wheeled luggage.  Other features include an integrated tablet pocket, business organizer and plenty of zippered and mesh pockets for all your accessories, personal items and other must haves while traveling.   

“CODi has been innovating protective, organizational solutions for the corporate road warrior since 1992 and the CT3 Apex X2 is just the latest example of our design team’s creativity and attention to detail.  We have the privilege of working with some of the largest Fortune 500 companies when we design our products.  They are truly tailored to the corporate world and designed to help the user navigate the daily grind” said Mike Crosby, President.   

The CT3 Apex X2 (CODi Item Number: C6070) is available for order at and through our exclusive distributor, D&H Distributing, at  The backpack retails at $149.99 and is backed by CODi’s Forever Guarantee.  Spec sheets and more detailed information are available upon request to or by calling our live customer support team at 1-800-263-4462.


Since 1992, CODi has remained a trusted advisor in all things mobile technology protection and connectivity.  CODi’s extensive line of ultra-protective, high performance laptop bags and backpacks, iPad® and tablet solutions, mobile accessories and locks are specially designed to simplify the lives of today’s on-the-move professionals.

Backpacks, CasesAdam Reynolds