The portable charger provides an easy way to stay connected without having to find a power outlet

With a discrete aesthetic designed to look like an ordinary, ‘analog’ backpack, HP's latest edition to its line of computing goods is a canvas knapsack equipped with a massive 22,400mAh battery to charge a full-sized laptop. With enough juice to power a smartphone ten times over, the Powerup Backpack sports ventilated pockets, heat sensor monitors and regulators to prevent overheating during your travels.

At $200, the two-in-one bag and portable charger is definitely priced on the higher end of leisurewear bags, though at 84 watts, it certainly meets the criteria for the FAA’s 100 watt prohibition during flights, and is generally quite useful for the more nomadic business person.

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