Now a days, we all usually carry a power bank with us in order to charge our phone when they get low on battery. But, what if you are carrying a laptop with you and its low on power? Same goes with the power bank as they are restricted in terms of capacity and chargers are restricted by access to charging points. But now, HP has come up with a great solution for these problems.
HP has launched its all new Powerup Backpack that has a massive capacity of 22,400 mAh and is capable to charge your laptop fully on the go. The company claims that the backpack can charge your smartphone up to 10 times and your tablet up to 3 times.
The HP Powerup Backpack offers the priority charging in which user can decide which device will be charged first with the backpack. The HP Powerup Backpack also monitors and maintains the temperature of your devices in order to ensure they don’t get too hot. It features ventilated pockets, organised cable-routing and has been termed as ‘intelligent’ by the company. The company claims that the backpack meets security requirements for in-flight carry-ons.
The Powerup Backpack is available for pre-order on Amazon.com and is priced at US $200 (approx INR 13,360). The Backpack features two USB micro cables for Android Devices and one Laptop cable. The launch date for the HP’s new Powerup Backpack is set for October 1.
Source: Gadgets 360