securely carry your gear in stylish backpack with built-in airtag tracking

HyperPack Pro includes Apple's Find My technology so you can track it down if your lose it. Photo: Hyper

The HyperPack Pro has room for a 16-inch MacBook plus all your other gear, and the backpack includes a built in tracker using Apple’s Find My technology so it can easily be found if misplaced.

Hyper’s new backpack just debuted, but has already been named a CES 2023 Innovation Awards Honoree.

Carry and locate your gear with HyperPack Pro

“The HyperPack Pro backpack enhances the mobile tech experience in four key areas: security, device protection, charging enabling, and travel convenience,” promises Hyper.

The standout feature is Hyper’s Find My-compatible Location Module. This is built into the backpack, and makes it findable from almost anywhere. If the bag is misplaced, open the Find My app on an iPhone or Mac to see its location. The device doesn’t use GPS, but all that’s required is that another iPhone user pass near the backpack for its location to be determined.

HyperPack Pro is designed to survive. The exterior of is weather-resistant and durable 1260D Cordura Nylon. A soft, suspended internal laptop bag cushions the MacBook or iPad.

The backpack comes with a plethora of other pockets too, including one for passports that blocks RFID readers. Plus there’s a hidden lumbar pocket for valuables. There are passthroughs designed to allow cables to stretch from power banks to devices in different pockets.

Hyper’s backpack is padded on the shoulders, there’s a sternum strap, a luggage pass-through, and layers of breathable foam. Top and side handles make carrying easier.

Now on Indiegogo

Hyper is launching HyperPack Pro via an Indiegogo crowd-funding campaign starting Monday and ending on Janauary 5, 2023. Early Bird Backers can get the product for 50% off the regular $199.99 price.

The backpack is scheduled to launch in February.

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