HP PowerUp Backpack

Aug 9, 2016

Category: Gear

Didn’t anyone ever tell you not to judge a book by its cover? Such is the case with HP’s new Powerup Backpack, hosting an internal battery that can fully recharge a standard laptop. On the outside, the pack features a clean and modern design but as stated above, clearly it’s what on the inside that matters most.

Thanks to the HP’s massive 22,400mAh battery, not only will your laptop never run out of juice on the go, but your smartphone will have 10 lives thanks to the battery’s charging capacity. There are also several ventilated pockets and heat monitors and regulators to prevent things from getting a bit too hot in there. And since the battery is rated at 84 watt-hours, you won’t face any airport issues when traveling with the Powerup Backpack, at least in the US. Interested? The HP Powerup Backpack is slated for release October 1st for $200. It is available now for preorder on Amazon as well. [Purchase]

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