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Incase Connected Suitcase

What if you could plug your dying phone into your suitcase and get a full charge? Incase's slick-looking Connected Soft-Sided Luggage series does this in a 22-inch x 14-inch x 9-inch carry-on size. At $599 (roughly converted to £490 in the UK and AU$820) it is pricey, but boasts great features.

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A removable battery sits in a chamber on top of this rolling bag. You can plug your devices in or use this as temporary storage for your pocket contents when you're preparing to go through security.

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The battery comes out and reveals more ports, but you can also leave it in the suitcase and plug the whole thing into a wall to charge it.

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The modular 18,000 mAh USB-C battery offers several ports, can charge up in 6 hours and is BLE-enabled. An app lets you monitor the charge state.

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The lock can be opened with a Bluetooth key.

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Here we see the inside of the main compartment.

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Removable lifetime-warrantied wheels are a great feature as the wheels are usually the first part of luggage to break.

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If the $599 soft-sided model is too much for you, check out their $299 hard-sided model (converting roughly to £245 and AU$410). It has a 9,000mAh battery (non-removable) and a USB-C charging port.

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It comes in a handful of neutral tones.

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Here you can see the USB-C port for the suitcase. This model doesn't have the nice top-storage area though.

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