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Incase Finally Jumps on the Smart Luggage Bandwagon


Incase tossed its hat into the smart luggage ring today with the launch of two carry-on bags equipped with power stations — one, a hard-shell bag ($300) made from a polycarbonate similar to that used by trailblazing upstarts Away and Raden; the other, a soft-shell bag ($600) with multiple USB-C ports and a portable, removable battery pack.

Incase also announced a luggage tracking device ($30), Bluetooth-enabled from up to 50 feet away, as well as a TSA-compatible Smart Lock ($50), which can be locked and unlocked using Incase’s Smart app.

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