Smart-luggage maker Raden has folded after the airline industry clamped down on battery transportation over safety fears. The New York-based startup follows Bluesmart, which ended its operations earlier this month.
Several major U.S. carriers have announced a ban on smart luggage whose batteries can't be removed. The ban began on January 15, 2018, and will hit not only travelers, but also companies like Bluesmart that make the bags.
The Poros Tetra backpack features integrated dual charging for your laptop, tablet, and mobile phone. Its built-in battery and durable construction means you can take your devices anywhere without worrying about losing power.
Need a smart carry on? The Kickstarter campaign for the ProGo says you can fit a week's worth of clothes into this carry-on-sized bag. The ProGo also has a Bluetooth tracker inside, should you ever lose it.