- Product Dimensions: 33 x 34.3 x 49 cm ; 2 Kg
- Shipping Weight: 2.3 Kg
- Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
- Item model number: BPBL-T
- ASIN: B00DG8LNKE
- Date first available at Amazon.ca: May 18 2014
- Average Customer Review: 2 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #276,407 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
Tylt Energy Backpack Laptop Bag with Power Charging (BPBL-T)
- Over 1,450 cubic inches of space. Customize charging positions by routing cables to any of 6 storage areas
- Dedicated tablet & laptop compartments. Sunglass hard case pocket with soft interior. Headphone pocket at the hip for easy access. Side hydration sleeve for drink bottles - hides away when you don't need it
- Bonus accessory bag to manage all your tech extras. NFC with free App Built into the strap. Fly-through friendly design. No need to remove the laptop at the airport. Trolley handle pass-through. Slide the bag onto your rolling luggage
- NFC Tag in Shoulder Strap
- Two 1Amp USB ports for charging phones
- Over 1,450 cubic-Inch es of space. Customize charging positions by routing cables to any of 6 storage areas
- Dedicated tablet and laptop compartments. Sunglass hard case pocket with soft interior. Headphone pocket at the hip for easy access. Side hydration sleeve for drink bottles, hides away when you don't need it
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Amazon.ca Product Description
Charge any device while on the run. 10,400 mAh rechargeable from any USB port, rapidly charges up to 3 devices at once (smartphone up to four times or a tablet up to one full charge)
From the Manufacturer
Charge any device while on the run. 10,400 mAh rechargeable from any USB port, rapidly charges up to 3 devices at once (smartphone up to four times or a tablet up to one full charge).
From the Manufacturer
TYLT Energi Backpack
- Input: 5V, 1A
- Output: 4.75V-5.25V, 1A
- Battery: 10,400mAh Lithium Ion
- Battery Charge Time: 7-8 Hours
- USB Ports: Two 1A for Phones, One 2.1A for Tablets
- Materials: 1680D Poly
- Meets TSA Checkpoint Requirements
- Stainless Steel Zippers
- Pylow Protection Laptop Guard
- Tablet Compartment
- Water Bottle Holder
TYLT Energi Backpack
With Built-in Battery
With a removable 10,400mAh rechargeable Lithium Ion battery provides up to 4 full smartphone charges or 1 full tablet charge, the Energi Backpack is the perfect modern backpack for your needs. With over 1,450 cubic inches of internal space and 13 total pockets, you will never run out of room for your belongings. Also, it's designed to stand up when put on the ground and is built with the finest materials available. For the true traveler there is a trolley pocket hidden in the backpack panel, a headphone carrying compartment on the backpack strap and a full length zipper pocket right on the front of the bag for airline tickets and passports.
- 10,400mAh Battery with 3 USB Ports Included
- Additional Cord Bag Included
- NFC Tag on Shoulder Strap
- 13 Available Pockets
- TSA Certified: Leave your Laptop in the Bag at Airport Security
Large Capacity Battery
The included 10,400mAh battery is enough to keep you charged throughout your day. Enough power is included in the battery to charge one phone 4 times over, or take advantage of the 3 USB ports - One 2.1 amp port and two 1 amp ports - and charge up to 3 devices one time over simultaneously.
The ENERGI Backpack does more than charge your devices. With 13 pockets, the backpack is able to hold all of your necessities for the day. Use the large pocket for your supplies, the tablet and laptop specific compartments for your larger devices, and one of the many other pockets to keep smaller devices and belongings. It even has a Protected Pocket for your sunglasses.
Cable Pass Through
The Energi Backpack includes a cable pass through system to keep your cables organized and tangle-free. Cable leads spread throughout the backpack for you to pass your cables through and keep your cables going directly to one of the six available compartments.
The top pocket includes a hard EVA frame for extra protection to keep your valuable items safe. Whether it is your phone, or sunglasses, the protected pocket will keep them from being damaged while you are out and about.
Travelling has never been easier with the included Trolley Sleeve. Just slide your luggage's handle through the trolley sleeve to carry both your luggage and backpack together.
Use the included Accessories bag to keep your extra cables and small items stored conveniently. Don't worry about digging through your backpack when you have the extra bag ready for your convenience.
Top Customer Reviews
Most Helpful Customer Reviews on Amazon.com (beta)
I was in the process of researching new laptop bags when I came across TYLT’s backpack model. Besides it being an exceptionally designed laptop case, it is unique because it also doubles as a battery pack. TYLT’s Energi+ Backpack comes equipped with a removable 10,400 mAh rechargeable Lithium Ion battery. I have rechargeable battery packs to carry along with me, but I love the idea of including a battery and cable management along within the stitching of the backpack itself. The battery specs include:
Input Voltage: 5V 2Amp (Micro USB)
Output Charging Current: 4.75V – 5.25V – 4.1Amp
Lithium Ion Battery: 10,400 mAh
Battery Charge Time: 7-8 Hours
Two 1Amp USB ports for charging phones
One 2.1Amp USB port for charging tablets
This battery is very impressive as it will provide up to 4 full smartphone charges or 1 full tablet charge. In addition to its battery charging capabilities, Energi+ is a fantastic laptop bag. It has over 1,450 cubic inches of internal space and 13 total pockets. It’s designed to stand up when set on the ground and is very well padded for users to feel safe that their computers, tablets and mobile phones are secure. I can verify that Energi+ does in fact stand up when sitting on most surfaces.
The laptop compartment will accommodate laptops up to 15.5in x 10.5in x 1.5in. I carry my 13-inch MacBook Pro in the main laptop sleeve quite comfortably. At times, I also carry around a secondary laptop in the main zippered compartment. Both fit easily and can slide in and out without lot of effort.
The Energi+ Backpack is great for travelers. It’s got a fly-through friendly design and also has a trolley handle pass-through for attachment on rolling luggage. Unfortunately, I have not had the opportunity to test out how the TSA reacts toTYLT’s backpack, but from other experiences I’ve had, I’d say that its design is solid and shouldn’t be a problem for security checkpoints.
I have been exceptionally impressed with this product. The Energi+ Backpack from TYLT has ample storage, extra battery power, and even some secret pouches. My favorite pocket is what is referred to as the smartphone pocket. It sits on the top of the backpack so that it’s always easy to get to and has three padded dividers on the inside. It’s great for storing hard drives, mobile phones or even additional battery packs. It’s also referred to as a sunglasses pouch, but since I don’t typically wear sunglasses, I have found other uses for the compartment.
Another feature of the backpack that I wanted to mention is the padding on the shoulder straps. This is a feature that is regularly overlooked in the design of a laptop bag – backpack style or otherwise. TYLT really took this into consideration because the straps on the Energi+ are reinforced and very well padded. In all my years of wearing backpacks, I’ve never had more comfortable shoulder straps. The backpack is also equipped with a TYLT Tagz programmable NFC tag. This is a very unique feature that I’ve not seen before. Unfortunately, I’ve not been able to test this feature out because it’s not available for iOS devices.
TYLT’s Energi+ Backpack is an exceptional product and comes along with some easy-to-follow instructions. Running the cables to the battery pack isn’t difficult and the backpack also comes equipped with an accessory pouch.
I can highly recommend this backpack to anyone searching for a quality laptop bag.
"This product was received at a free or discounted price in exchange for my review. I am a technology journalist and pride myself on providing fair and honest reviews. Please feel free to ask any questions you might have."
Box contents (box being the shipping box):
-TYLT Energi Backpack
-10400mah battery pack with 3 USB's
-2 micro USB cables and 1 micro USB cable with an optional built in micro USB to Apple 30-pin adapter
-Very helpful instruction manual
Note: There is so much to say about this bag. I will try to get to all the main features about this product.
-Black color all over with some blue that give the bag a cool and modern look
-Pockets, pockets, pockets and more pockets! This bag has so many pockets and compartments that can store so many things. It has a compartment for your smartphone/sunglasses that is felted to protect them, a tablet compartment that is felted also to protect it from getting scratches, a pocket for your iPod or music player that is also felted, a compartment for your laptop (15.5in x 10.5in x 1.5in) and the battery pack it comes with (wire organizer/routing system is here also), a pocket to hold a water bottle, a large pocket that is rather deep can hold a large camera or other things you may want to store, and more (6 storage spaces in total) (too many like I said!)
-Wire organizer/routing system. The main feature, I think, of this bag is that it has a system where you can organize your wires that go through the whole bag and charge your device while staying organized. The system allows you to charge your devices while in their designated compartments/pockets. This allows you to run a cable from the battery (heart of this system) up to the smartphone pocket. This is the same way for most of the other pockets like the tablet compartment.
-Comes with a 10400mAh battery pack that has 3 USB ports. 2 of the USB ports have a max output of 1 amp and the other one has a max output of 2.1 amps. All 3 USB ports combined have a max output of 4.1 amps. The battery pack charges at 2 amps max.
-This bag is Apple/MFi Certified (I don't see why it needs it but it is (maybe for the 30-pin Apple Connector)
-Very high quality!
-Lightweight, in my opinion
-This bag will be very useful for those who travel with a smartphone, tablet, laptop, camera and many other things like extra batteries, cables, headphones and ect. There is so much you can do with this bag, it is unbelievable!
-Expensive but look at what you get!
-No other color options
-Not made to be a school bag, if you school still uses paper textbooks and paper everything (mine does unfortunately)
This is an excellent backpack that is made for a modern lifestyle and it very well designed. I high recommend this backpack!
Watch my video review.
I was supplied a sample for test and evaluation, for free to keep, and I promised that my review is fair and honest.
- Light Weight
- Lots of compartments
- The battery is $100 value (from TYLT, $50 from others)
- Great size for airplanes as it left room for feet on at least one side under the seat.
- Very Padded shoulder straps
- Material was not very strong, zipper separated all along the seam, may just be a defect in the one I had, but other seams were showing a lot of pulling.
- The electronic compartment in front of the glasses compartment (away from wearer) lacks a cord pass through.
- Not good for carrying 8.5x11 material, it can be done but it's tight and inconvenient
- No good compartment for large power supplies
Aside from the possible quality issue, I'd recommend this backpack.
I really love the concept of the Energi Backpack + Battery. However, before I loaded my damaged item back in the amazon box. I thought why not see if this product makes sense before I place another order. I am so glad I did.... I loaded the power supply, ran the cables, and loaded up it up with my gear (HP Elitebook 8540P, IPAD 2, Galaxy S6, extra mobile device charger 15000mAH (www.yugster.com), etc). Everything fit great... However, if you have a files, Manila folders, or even a book that can not be shoved into the front pocket you will be slightly disappointed. It was previously mentioned that you could place items in the back pocket with the laptop and battery. But further review that move would be problematic if you like me and you carry important files (term papers, handouts and presentations) that cannot be crushed or bent. Not to mention there is really no space in the back pocket except for the battery and the laptop. I really believe this is designed more for accessory storage and not a backpack persay. If you are looking for something to just carry your gear and your gear only this bag will be perfect for you. But if you need a solution for your gear and additional storage space like me the North Face Surge II Charged Backpack might be as a possible option. But the kicker it is kind of pricey... Before you pull the trigger jump over to Tylt website for additional research they actually provide more pictures of this product. I just wish they made a larger bag because it would be exactly what I am looking for...