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Quirky Trek Support Keeps Your Batteries Charged on the Go

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I bet that many geeks have the same issues when they travel that I do. The biggest problem is that I tend to travel with as many gadgets as I do clothing. It’s also really hard to keep the things charged up when I am on the road, and stuff always runs out of juice when I want to use it.

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Help has arrived. Quirky has a cool new product in the works called the Trek Support. The thing is a backpack that can hold your gadgets and a notebook, but with an added bonus. The gadget section has pockets for four different items and the thing can charge three items at one time.

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The notebook sleeve is removable and is held in place with Velcro. Inside the backpack is a battery that you charge from the AC outlet in your home or hotel. That battery charges the gadgets and is good for 7 hours depending on what you are charging. The laptop section will fit machines with up to a 15-inch screen.

As is the case with all Quirky products, it won’t be made until enough people decide to order one. If you’d like one, you can pre-order now for $130 (USD). As of the moment, they’ve taken orders for 58 out of 1200, so there’s a way to go before this thing becomes a reality, so head on over if you want to make it so.



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