Review: Energi+ Backpack from TYLT

Review: Energi+ Backpack from TYLT
November 10 15:25 2013 Print This Article

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Over the past few weeks, I’ve had the chance to review the Energi+ Backpack from TYLT. TYLT is a newer brand, known for their mobile accessories such as cases and chargers. I’ve originally heard about this backpack back at CES 2013. It has a superior build, tons of room for devices and it’s extremely comfortable to wear.

There used to be a product called Powerbag, but that product has since stopped being manufactured and they had the same idea as the Energi+ backpack, however, there is one really cool thing about Energi+, that being that the battery is removable. Yes folks, you can carry around a 10,400 mAh external battery charger when ever you need it. Isn’t that cool or what? With the Powerbag, you were confined to the Powerbag, it wasn’t removable for external use.

I wish, I wish, I wish that TYLT would have included a lightning cord for current gen Apple devices. You’re stuck with your standard USB, Micro USB and your 3o pin Apple connector. There are loops throughout the bag to wire yourself all up, the way you want. With Powerbag, you were stuck to where Powerbag wanted your devices to be. Great decision on TYLT’s part to allow the consumer to make the decision on where they want the cords to run.

With 1,450 cubic inches of space to store your stuff, this bag is really for anyone looking for a bag that will charge your stuff. There is an NFC tag built into this backpack that lets you program the tag to do what ever you want. I didn’t see any use for it, however. I highly recommend this bag and I suggest you pick it up here today for $199.99.  {rating}

 

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Jonathan Yaniv
Jonathan Yaniv

Jonathan is the founder and editor-in-chief of TrustedNerd.com. Covering major tech shows such as CES, Jonathan is always there for the latest tech news. Want your gadget to be reviewed or have a release you'd like to be considered for publishing? Send Jonathan an email, jonathan [at] trustednerd.com

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