To ensure a smooth trip, you need to start with the basics, a good suitcase.
The company, Bluesmart, has created an innovative carry on bag, that connects with a smartphone app.
Besides being thoughtfully designed, with a lightweight frame, yet large capacity, this roller bag has a digital lock, proximity sensors, location tracking, and even, trip tracking.
And also several handy built in features like a digital scale.
A special laptop sleeve for easy removal at the security line.
And a battery that can charge your phone six times over.
The Blue Smart can be pre-ordered now for $300 and will ship later this Fall.
Digital pick pocketing is becoming a bigger and bigger problem.
Thieves are using sophisticated technology to steal valuable financial and identification details.
BetaBrand.com sells a pair of men's jeans designed by the security company Norton that feature built-in panels of a special radio frequency ID-blocking fabric in the front and back pocket to prevent the digital theft.
They cost $168.
In San Francisco, I'm Cara Suboy, CNet.com for CBS News.
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