Power-Charger Carry On Bag Enters Second Generation

Power-Charger Carry On Bag Enters Second Generation

The brainchild of Silicon Valley based startup SOOT, the second generation Electropack 2 charges up to four USB powered smart devices at once and transforms from a full-sized carry on pack down to a DSLR-size camera bag. Users can break their carry-on sized travel packs down into more commuter-friendly "day bags" while charging USB powered consumer electronics devices like cell phones, tablets, wireless speakers, and smart watches. The adaptable bag system provides size options based on the wearer’s activities. For example, the Mini Messenger is a tablet-size day bag with two USB charging ports and an optional DSLR camera insert for photographers. The Commuter Backpack is a laptop bag with two USB charging ports and the CarryOn is a travel-size backpack with up to four USB charging ports. The company is running a fund-raising campaign for the user-adaptable chargeable bag system on Kickstarter. For more details on that, visit http://kck.st/1rrEvqP. For additional information, contact [email protected] or visit http://www.SOOT.me

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