"GoPlug" Charging Bag Powers Up Devices as You Use It

How many times have you been out and about and discover that your phone is almost dead? You've had to unhappily disconnect until you can find an outlet to recharge. Well, with the new GoPlug charging bags, those worries are a thing of the past. This innovative accessory is a "smart bag" that allows you to charge your phone, camera, computer, and tablet directly in the bag as you use it.

GoPlug baggage features universal and USB outlets with a built-in battery pack, which means you can power up your devices even if you're not near an outlet. You can charge your phone up to six times and your tablet twice, and it will double the life on an average laptop once before the pack needs to be recharged. It's perfect for those on-the-go, especially if you're in the airport where plug-ins can be sparse or already in use.

GoPlug a project that’s currently funding on Kickstarter. With less than a week left, you can still pick up a computer case, roller bag, backpack, and camera bag before they hit the shelves.

GoPlug Kickstarter page
via [LikeCool]



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