Chargers today have become a necessity whether you off to work or to school, and most especially when you are travelling on a remote part of the world. But it gets frustrating when your battery gets drained in the middle of your adventure without a means to have it charged. Even if you bring all your chargers with you, you can never be assured that you will find power outlets so your devices will get juiced up. This issue is what TYLT tries to address with the Energi Backpack, the ultimate backpack and charging station that you can carry around comfortably anywhere you go.
The TSA-approved Energi Backpack will keep your gadgets fueled up anywhere you go with its 10,400 mAh lithium-ion battery, which can fully charge up to 4 smartphones and a tablet. And just like the usual charging station, TYTL said the backpack can accommodate multiple gadgets at a time – three devices through its USB ports. Interestingly, it does this without the tangled wires which pass through the different compartments of the bag.
A true travel buddy, its 1,450 cubic inches of internal space is large enough to carry your necessities — clothes, nooks and other travel, work or school essentials. If that is not enough, you can choose from any of the backpack’s 13 pockets. Secure your pens, notepads, and even your make ups.
Moreover, the Energi Backpack has been designed to stand the test of nature. So even if you’re going on a rough adventure, you’re assured that it’ of its versatility, having been made with the finest Poly Materials. When you get tired of carrying, there’s a trolley slot somewhere in the backpack panel, too. There’s also a compartment to place your headphone, a front pocket for easy access to your mobile device and sunglasses, and a pocket with full-length zipper, perfect for keeping your tickets and passports. If you’re carrying a laptop, there’s a laptop compartment that can fit lappies measuring up to 15 inches. A special bonus is a 110-cubic inch see-through bag for your little necessities.
Not to kill your enthusiasm, however, Energi Backpack is yet to be out in the market. And that can only happen if TYTL is able to raise the $50,000 it needs to start production. The company has already sought the assistance of Kickstarter for this and pledges have come in quite overwhelmingly. If you want to get your hands on this backpack charger earlier than the others, make sure to pledge at least $99 on Kickstarter.