Powerbag Backpack is fully charged

There’s a new range of bags designed to charge up gadgets for people on the run, known as the Powerbag Backpack range.


Powerbags are equipped with a charging system, including a battery, Apple connector, micro and mini USB connectors and an on-board USB post, so up to four devices can be charged at once.


A logo button turns the bag on and off when pressed and held down for two seconds, or users can press the logo button once quickly to see how much power they have left.


When it’s time to recharge the bag, users simply connect the included AC adapter and plug it into a wall outlet.


Meanwhile, the contoured straps and back panel are designed to keep the user comfortable even when the bag is filled to the brim.


Given the rate at which consumers are using mobile devices nowadays, it’s surprising that it has taken this long for such a range of bags to be created.


While the backpack idea has been tackled already, perhaps a more high-end offering – such as a briefcase or handbag – could be the next big thing.

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