You’ll Want the Incase ProConnected Power-Optimized, Connected 4-Wheel Luggage

If you travel a lot, you know that having the right luggage can make a huge difference. That’s especially true about what you carry on board a flight with you. Incase has just introduced something that any traveler who relies upon tech is going to love. Their ProConnected Power-Optimized, Connected 4-Wheel Luggage is pricey, but it looks amazing.

The Incase ProConnected and next-generation NoviConnected 4 Wheel Hubless Travel Rollers are built with tech-dependant travelers in mind.

As they explain:

Expertly constructed to provide the most efficient, productive, and essential products for the always-connected traveler, Incase’s expanded connected travel ecosystem includes the premium ProConnected 4-Wheel Hubless Travel Roller with unique trunk style opening and the next generation NoviConnected.

The ProConnected is not only great luggage but luggage with a secret. Equipped with an easily removable, portable power bank, it features a top tray storage compartment. This space can not only be used to stow the battery but can also hold personal devices. That way they are easily accessed while you are moving from place to place.

The ProConnected power bank isn’t a simple, one-trick-pony. It is designed to simultaneous charge multiple devices thanks to a dual port design that is compatible with USB-C and USB-enabled devices. That means the single power bank can charge an iPhone and an iPad, but it can also charge the current generation of MacBook Pros.

An Incase 5W Wireless Charger will be an optional add-on and will arrive Q2 2018.

Features include:

  • Portable Bluetooth smart enabled 20,100mAh power bank with dual-USB- C and USB ports
  • Rapid charging of smartphones, tablets, and USB-C laptops
  • Accessible top tray compartment provides storage for devices, removable power bank, and the optional Incase 5W wireless charger
  • Exterior, top accessory zipper pocket optimized to store Incase 5W
    Wireless Charger for convenient pass-through charging
  • Easy to use Incase Smart app enables battery monitoring and proximity location via Bluetooth
  • Includes 1.5m USB-C charging cable and an internationally compatible 100/220V rated at 27W USB-C Wall Adapter to rapidly recharge the portable power bank in under 6 hours

ProConnected itself features a trunk-style cargo compartment for greater storage space, removable Hubless smooth-glide wheels, a custom three-stage extra wide trolley handle, and anti-theft YKK double coil zippers for added security.

The bag has a built-in TSA compliant combination lock, meets international airline carry-on size requirements, and includes a shoe bag and removable accessory pocket. Designed in a graphite exterior, it has a nylon interior and an MSRP of $599.95. It arrives this March.

The NoviConnected Hard-Shell 4 Wheel Hubless Roller is described as “next generation.”

It will maintain many of the design elements of the ProConnected luggage but includes a Class-A- Makrolon polycarbonate shell and smooth glide wheels.

Additional updates will include a removable 12,000mAh power bank with dual USB-C and USB ports, and ergonomic top and side carry handles.

Both pieces of luggage will interface with the Incase Smart App via Bluetooth. This will allow consumers to locate the luggage thanks to proximity feature notifications. It will also provide users with remote access to power level monitoring.

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Dan Cohen
Having a father who was heavily involved in early laser and fiber-optical research, Dan grew up surrounded by technology and gadgets. Dan’s father brought home one of the very first video games when he was young and Dan remembers seeing a “pre-release” touchtone phone. (When he asked his father what the “#” and “*” buttons were his dad said, “Some day, far in the future, we’ll have some use for them.”) Technology seemed to be in Dan’s blood but at some point he took a different path and ended up in the clergy. His passion for technology and gadgets never left him. Dan is married to Raina Goldberg who is also an avid user of Apple products. They live in New Jersey with their golden doodle Nava.