TYLT , today launched ENERGY+ backpack with features like built in charging system. With the battery being the biggest limitation in today’s gadgets, the 10,400 mAh removable and rechargeable battery bank can be of great convenience while on the move.
The backpack comes with 12 pockets and more than 1450 cubic inches of internal space. The charging cables can be routed to 5 external pockets and 2 internal pockets, thus providing you with various options. e backpack has two 1Amp USB ports for charging phones and one 2.1Amp USB port for charging tablets
A head phone pass through has been provided which lets you attend calls and listen to music while your smartphone is resting and charging in the backpack pocket.
Key features of ENERGI+ backpack include:
- Ten zippered pockets, five elastic pockets, key loop and pen holder
- Near Field Communication (NFC) tag built into the shoulder strap – programmable using the free Tagstand app
- TSA checkpoint friendly design – no need to remove the laptop at the airport
- Dedicated fabric lined tablet pocket with easy access 3/4 zipper
- Trolley handle pass-thru allows you to slide the bag onto your roller bag, Also it’s designed to stand upright
- Side hydration sleeve for water bottles – hides away when you don’t need it
- Headphone carrying pocket at the hip for easy access
- Sunglass hard case pocket – hard on the outside, soft on the inside
“The ENERGI Backpack is high-style practical accessory for students, travelers, rocket scientists and tech warriors alike,” says Kannyn Macrae, Director of Product Development at TYLT. “I’m a high mileage flyer and need my devices powered up every waking moment. We took every travel mishap, including security check points, sitting on airport floors to power up and device damage, and developed a built-in solution in this product.”
An average commuter today needs dedicated space for gadgets like laptops, smartphones and tablets. With the world going more and more portable every day, such devices which help in easy management of gadgets while on the move, are a necessity.