Gadget fans who find themselves hopping on and off of planes more times than the A-Team, might want to take a look at the Trek Support rucksack.
Trek Support has a removable rechargeable battery that lasts for up to 7 hours and can charge up to three of your gadgets on the go.
It also has a detachable laptop sleeve (to fit machines up to 15-inches) that comes away from the main bag, so you can put it through airport security more easily, and most importantly, more securely.
You've also got mesh pockets on the straps for your phone and your MP3 player, with one pocket having a cable threaded back to the battery, via USB, for easy multi-charging and playing.
It's made of durable waterproof rip-stop nylon, with rubber-coated zips and open-air mesh padding on the back and straps.
It's available in charcoal with a blue trim and it's out now. Expect to pay about $150 Stateside.
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