21 Days of Android Gift: Day #8: Powerbag Back Pack


When you're on the go with all those Android devices, there's a good chance that they're your only connection with the outside world and it's really not nice when you run out of juice on any one of them – especially your smartphone. Of course, if you have your laptop with you then you could charge your phone or tablet from that but, then you're just wasting your laptop's battery and if you're going to be away from an outlet for a long time then that doesn't make a lot of sense.

Portable batteries are a good idea as well but then there's the issue of it being one more thing to carry around, and one more thing to forget when you leave the house for the day. What if the back pack that you carry all of these things around in was a battery pack – there'd be little to forget every morning and you can keep your phone and tablet charged with that little bit extra to help you make it until you reach an outlet. With the Powerbag back pack you can do all of that and more.

With a removable, rechargeable 3000 mAh battery you can keep your smartphone and tablet charged through the myriad of connectors included. It'll charge pretty much anything from iDevices, Android smartphones and tablets to eReaders. For that someone in your life that's constantly on the move and either away from an outlet all day or they just spend far too much time playing Angry Birds then this is a perfect gift. There's room for your laptop – up to 14" – eReaders, Tablets and more. Which is pretty handy for those that take a lot to the office everyday or are still in school.


It's not exactly pricey but it's not exactly cheap either, coming in at just under 90 bucks it's not going to break the bank and will make a pretty good present for someone who carries around a lot of tech.

If you're stuck for gift ideas then keep it locked on Android Headlines, we'll be bringing you a gift idea every day in the run up to Christmas and if you want something more complete, take a look at our buying guide.

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For years now I've had a heavy interest in technology, growing up with 8-bit computers and gaming consoles has fed into an addiction to everything that beeps. Android saved me from the boredom of iOS years ago and I love watching the platform grow. As an avid reader and writer nothing pleases me more than to write about the exciting world of Android, Google and mobile technology as a whole.

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