Introducing Keeback, a stylish backpack from the future

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In this article, we have a very interesting technology for all of you and it is named ‘Keeback‘ by its developers. It’s a backpack from the future which can perform things that you didn’t even think you can do with a bag. It has amenities like an RGB display, speakers, anti-theft technology, charging, and much more.

The idea for this invention was generated in the year 2016 and it took them almost 3 years to make it a reality. The first thing that you will notice while seeing the Keeback will be its Ultra-futuristic design that is built to be more comfortable and efficient for the Human body.

Apart from the design, Keeback has an RGB display inbuilt with a size of 1044p and one of the main factors about this display is that it is flexible in nature so you do not have to worry about shattering or damaging the display easily. The display is present in the center of backpack and you can use it to project gradient, text, pixels of animation, music, and spectrometer.

Keeback

You can listen to melodious songs on Keeback as it has super light but great sounding 10W speakers inside the shell that guarantees you a soulful sound experience. You can easily change the functionality of the backpack by pushing the rubber cap on the bottom and unveiling the on/off switch and also some tools that you can use to alter the text you previously saved on your display.

The backpack also comes with some additional facilities such as anti-theft technology with an open-close latch mechanism, GPS, 2 USB ports present inside and outside the backpack for charging your peripherals, and an increased capacity of 8+L for putting your essentials.

According to its inventors, Keeback is one of the most complex backpacks ever made as it is combined of materials like high-quality plastic, fiber, and electronics. For protection, the case of the backpack is covered in ‘UV anti-scratch coating’ which makes it scratch resistant and the company claims that you can remove heavy-duty marks on the backpack just by polishing.

The Keeback is powered by a 4X Panasonic NCR18650B that has a battery capacity of 13,600 mAh. One thing which we personally liked about this invention is that it has detachable cases and straps kit! You don’t have to change the backpack if you have damaged the strap or case of your previous one. You can buy them separately and choose the color of your liking.

Talking about the color, there will be four colors available at the time of launch i.e. White, Black, Grey, and Transparent. The Keeback is yet to be released but you can go ahead and pre-order it on their website if you want one for yourself.

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Akshit Tiwari
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