HP Powerup Backpack Can Charge Your Laptop, Smartphone And Tablets

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HP Powerup Backpack Can Charge Your Laptop, Smartphone And Tablets

HP’s launches a Powerup Backpack that has amazing 22,400mAh. The backpack looks like a standard one and can recharge a full-size laptop thanks to a massive 22,400mAh battery. With that much juice you could recharge your smartphone 10 times. The black canvas bag features ventilated pockets and heat sensor monitors and regulators to keep it from getting too hot.

It has some cool features. A built-in heat sensor that helps to adjust temperature, stopping charging when things get too hot. Charging can also be prioritized — if you want your phone to charge fully before your laptop gets anything, you can do that, or you can do the opposite. The backpack has a massive weight of 4.2 pounds, which makes it heavier than many laptops on the market today.

HP Powerup Backpack Can Charge Your Laptop, Smartphone And Tablets

The laptop charging is specific to HP laptops, or at the very least laptops compatible with HP’s 19V 4.5mm or 7.4mm barrel connectors. There is no way to plug in other laptops, so Macbook and XPS fans should look away.

And the USB micro cables included are only compatible with Android phones, not iOS devices. Fans of the iPhone and iPad can solve this by buying some extra lightning cables to plug into the battery pack.

The backpack meets Transportation Security Administration regulations, but you might want to check regulations in other countries before traveling to them with this huge battery in your bag.

If you’re planning to get the Backpack it cost only $200. The HP Powerup Backpack will be available on October 1st, and is available for preorder on Amazon now..

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