Smart Charge Power Bags offer Al Capone wannabes limited usage

Staying in communication with the gang can be tough when the power goes out – on a mobile device. Unless you have Smart Charge Power Bags, which can charge at a rate of 1.5 % per minute, and it fit a maximum  7” tablet. It’s unfortunate that it only offers 1.5 charges for the average iPhone when there are products out there that can offer more charges.

The overall make of Smart Charge Power Bags seems a little bulky for the average person to carry around on a day-to-day basis, unless one is looking at it as an alternative to a backpack or rucksack. However, since this appears flatter than the average backpack, it may work well for those with a more unique vocation in various areas of the arts, or perhaps businesses professionals who usually wear a suit. Backers may also want to check out the Riutbag, Kangeaux, Padroo, and Zondo campaigns. This campaign seeks to raise $15,000. For $100, backers get one product with an expected delivery of March 2015.

Tablet Accessories

iTray lets you tap on your tablet while it stands by your side

If there are carrying cases for laptops, there ought to be some for tablets too. Oh, wait, maybe they call those netbook bags. Nevertheless, iTray has a unique identity. The tablet shoulder bag has an adjustment system and magnetic closures that fold back into a tray-like position so that it can be used while standing and walking. There is also a large pocket that stows your power cord, earbuds, mobile phone and other important lifestyle trinkets. The tablet stand feature allows it to rotate 360 degrees, and the bag has easy access to a tablet camera and controls.

The tablets with which this case are compatible are not clearly stated, but the case seems durable since it is made of leather and has metal clasps. Even though backers may look a little bit like they’re selling popcorn at a stadium, this is still a useful product for tablet enthusiasts. This campaign seeks to raise $5,500 by December 5, 2014. Backers get one product for $29 with an expected delivery of December 2014.