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Live Luggage Hybrid PA Bag

Hybrid PA BagLive Luggage, the company that made the first power assisted suitcase, has now come out with a lightweight Hybrid PA Bag, which features a removable laptop case and overnight bag. The case features the company’s “anti-gravity” handle that pivots and is height adjustable so that 85% of the weight is balanced on the bag’s wheels. Motors are built into the wheels to help over inclines or rough areas. Rechargeable 12V NiMH batteries power the Hybrid PA that can go for about a 1.5 mile trek. The bag will be available this April for £695 (~$955.00.)

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Digital Luggage Scale

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Misc. Tech, Transportation

Digital Luggage ScaleAirlines are getting nastier these days when it comes to baggage weight. The Digital Luggage Scale lets you know how heavy your suitcase is up to 100 lbs. Simply clip it to your bag, lift it up, and after it beeps, set it back down and read the results. At a size 6 x 3½ x 1-inch and a weight of 8 oz., it uses 2 AA batteries (not included,) and has a price of $24.85. We are thinking that by the time you get to the airport, you will already know if the case is too heavy, but it might come in handy after purchasing all those tourist Tees. And remember to deduct its half pound weight, too.

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Wiffinders Seek Signals

WiffinderFirst came the Wifi shirt. If that’s in the laundry, you might consider Soyntec’s University Backpack, Executive Bag, 200 Urban bag, or 500 Trolley suitcase that can do the same thing. The Wiffinders are made of nylon, will house most laptops, and will seek out WiFi signals wherever they are lurking. They all feature plenty of compartments for your other electronic necessities and quilted straps. Look for prices between $50.00 and $100.00, and contact Soyntec for availability.

 

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Tony Assists Russian Travelers

TonyWouldn’t it be nice not to have to lug that heavy luggage around when you fly? Russia has come up with a robotic suitcase that follows its owner when he/she puts a sensor in its pocket. Light detectors, infrared sensors, ultrasound and a gyroscope help the bot, whom they named Tony, to move around objects and keep from falling off stairways and ledges. Set to come out in 2009, the robot will be available for 49000 RUB (~$1960.00.) With all the fuss at airports these days when you try to take your shampoo along, what chance would Tony have of getting past an inspection? Our guess would be slim to none.

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