LAS VEGAS--When you're dodging thousands of CES visitors trying to get somewhere quick in the mile-long South Hall at the Las Vegas Convention Center, charging your mobile gear is probably one of the last things on your mind.
While it's definitely on the bulky side, Energi holds a 10,400 mAh lithium-ion battery that charges in seven to eight hours.
It has enough juice for up to four smartphone charges and one tablet charge, according to Tylt. It can power your mobile devices with two 1-amp USB ports for phones and one 2.1-amp USB port for tablets.
Besides being TSA travel-approved, the Energi has a cable-routing system so you can set up your charging station the way you want it.
It also has a laptop pocket with dedicated access and a charging port, as well as a total of 12 pockets and more than 190 cubic inches of internal space, depending on the model size.
Tylt Energi backpacks are $149 for the smaller version, and $199 for the larger version.
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