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Rad Or Bad: The Tote That's A TV, Too

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    At this very moment, we're terrified one of our coworkers (or their articles) will spoil season 2 of OITNB before we finish. Sadly, that’s the price we pay for being plugged into social media 24/7. But, how plugged-in is too plugged-in? That burning question brings us to the matter at hand: Sydney Roger's Syro Tote. Yes, that is an iPad you spy in the purse's see-through pane. And, no, we don't know how to feel about it.

    We have to admit — tech and entertainment junkies that we are — this tote gave us pause. This constitutes a whole new level of connectedness, and probably isn't the wisest commuter choice for warding off theft, either. Still, the flashing screen, buttery leather, and meticulous construction make it an appealing find, and with the public's collective thirst for Apple accessories, it may be just the piece to appease the iMasses. The masses that have $395 to drop on it, that is (iPad not included).

    If you're considering the purchase, be sure to download the Sydney Rogers app and customize your tote's personal flare; it's like a screensaver that follows you around.

    Click ahead to see it in action, then let us know what you think of this fashion-meets-tech mashup.

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