HP Has Engineered A Charging Backpack For Your Devices

While HP is mostly known for their contribution to the computer industry, they're more than just laptops and desktops, and have recently engineered a backpack capable of charging all of your devices multiple times. It's called the Powerup Backpack and HP plans to unleash it onto consumers this Fall, with a release date for the pack slated for October 1st. If you're someone who typically finds themselves needing a recharge at some point throughout the day, chances are you may have a battery pack to help you top up on power. If you commute to work, you likely also have a bag to carry all of your stuff like a laptop, smartphone, tablet etc. HP's Powerup Backpack merges these two useful items into one.

The Powerup Backpack comes with a 22400 mAh battery pack inside that allows users to charge up a few devices one or two times, or one or two devices a few times each, depending on the device. While charging devices is one of the key features of this bag, it's also a backpack so it's gotta be able to stand up to the outside world. HP has built the outside of the bag with heavy-duty canvas to keep it durable and should you find yourself caught outside when the rain hits, they've included a rain cover that can be placed over the bag to keep your devices from getting wet on the inside, although HP does highlight that it can stand up to a little bit of water and snow without the cover.

The pack comes with everything you'd need to keep things charged as well, as HP tosses in two micro USB charging cables for Android devices, but also a laptop cable that fits most HP laptops. The bottom front pocket is where you'll find the storage for the battery pack, along with cable loops to keep the cords organized, and a cable port for threading your charging cables through to the pockets where your devices are stored. You also have a side opening on the outside of the pack for threading in your headphone cables if they're wired, and a side pocket for storing your laptop power brick. The inside is a padded interior for keeping things nice and safe which should make you feel at ease if you're keeping your pricey electronics stored inside. While this isn't quite available for purchase just yet, it is currently available for pre-order and can be picked up for $199.99.

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