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.
Whether you want a backpack for commuting to work, to take on weekend trips, or for a trek through nature, many these days do more than just hold your lunch. Built with smart technology, there are packs that charge your phone, play music…
Incase is introducing its new smart luggage series, called ProConnected, with the 4 Wheel Hubless Roller. At the heart of this stylish carry-on is a large-capacity battery that can recharge a USB-C laptop, but light on smarts.
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.
You'll soon be able to bring the same fashion you enjoy in your handbag to your travel bag. Here to introduce high fashion to high tech is Rebecca Minkoff and her eponymous fashion line, which debuted #AlwaysOn power luggage.
Tired of showing up to business meetings in rumpled clothing, a British business writer invented the Pliqo collapsible garment bag. With a business wear or formal wear inside, the garment bag folds to the size of a laptop case.
Travelling just got a lot less stressful with the Floatti, the world's first smart suspension ride suitcase. This suitcase is designed to exceed the traveler's needs, while implementing suspension engineering on the wheels for a smooth…
Raden is a another new company that wants to reinvent travel with smart luggage. But with designers and engineers from both tech and luggage industries, this startup could actually disrupt traditional bag makers.