LiveLuggage Power-Assisted Suitcase First Look

Posted: Jul 7 2008, 10:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 9:18am CDT, in News | Review Ticker

 
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Digital Trends published a first look of the LiveLuggage Power-Assisted Suitcase. LiveLuggage announced their power suitcases two weeks ago.

Quote: "British luxury bag-maker LiveLuggage has done just that with its unique power-assisted (PA) suitcase - a long overdue update on the suitcase that coaxes it into doing the work for you. If you're the type of technophobe who's already envisioning a runaway motorized suitcase careening through an airport with a frantic owner not far behind, think again. One of the most radical aspects of the LiveLuggage PA suitcase's design is its intuitive (and foolproof) control system. Rather than some sort of complex steering mechanism to move it forward, travelers can merely pull on it like an ordinary piece of luggage, and it automatically follows. It senses the load with sensors located within the handle and fires up the two motorized wheels, supposedly creating the illusion that you're pulling nothing at all."
Read the full first look on Digital Trends.

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