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Intelligent Carry-on Luggage

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Posted October 19, 2015

G-RO is intelligent carry-on bag. It balances better because of its wheels that support the load closer to its center of gravity:

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G-RO’s arched belly design ensures the bag doesn’t scrape on the ground:

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The bottom has protective panel which consists of a plastic shell over a waterproof, plastic-coated ballistic nylon textile to ensure that nothing gets wet.

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With Optional Electronic Module, you can charge your laptop, tablet and smartphone all at once also you can charge your laptop while it’s in the laptop pocket. The Module includes:

  • A 23,000 mAh battery (it can charge your smartphone up to 10 times)
  • 2 USB ports (that connect to built-in wires, which power the Built-In Charging Station on the top of the bag)
  • 1 universal power outlet (that fits a three prong laptop plug)
  • A location tracker
  • A proximity detector

Optional Electronic Module uses GSM-GPRS technology for location tracking and Bluetooth for proximity detection. Any connected device can then be used to track the global location and proximity of your G-RO.

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Specs

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The project campaign is on the Kickstarter and already raised $125,000 to start mass production. The early bird prices are gone, but backers can get one with a pledge of $279. Shipping is estimated to start in Aug of 2016.

 

Source: Kickstarter 

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