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Incase Finally Jumps on the Smart Luggage Bandwagon


January 6, 2017 Travel and Adventure By

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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