I need a wireless charging pocket in my next bag

See, it’s difficult to get excited about a backpack. But, I have to admit, the Targus Mobile ViP+ Backpack is actually pretty damn cool. Above all, it’s a solid feeling bag with plenty of padding where it’s required most and huge amounts of storage space. But it’s also got a few pretty unique features. The most obvious is the zip up pocket on the side that hides a Qi wireless charging dock. There’s rails to keep your phone from moving about too much, and even ventilation to prevent overheating. The entire thing connects with an effectively removable and rechargeable 5,000 mAh battery pack.

There’s additionally a little RFID-blocking marked inside. In case you’re paranoid about somebody remotely skimming your credit card, you can simply toss your wallet in there. It can even save you from your very own clumsiness, clumsiness sling laptop holster, that helps protect computer from minor drops by suspending it off the bottom of the bag.

There’s not a whole lot tech hiding inside, but rather it is got some neat tricks up it’s sleeve. The base pocket has a water verification liner. Be that as it may, it can likewise be fell with the push of some Velcro to add more space to the main compartment. What’s more, there’s a sternum strap — which is essential if you’re lugging even a remotely heavy load — that stashes away in tiny pockets on the strap.

All of this luxury does not come cheap though. The Mobile ViP+ will cost $200 when it goes on sale in April.