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31 AUGUST 2009


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Article from BTNews 31 AUGUST 2009

Mobile suitcases

LIVE LUGGAGE is a new and truly innovative piece of kit that could revolutionise journeys through an airport or railway station.  In simple terms it is a motorised travel bag designed to make life easier for the regular traveller who does not want to get involved with porters and just needs to move quickly through the terminal as easily and effortlessly as possible.  The Hybrid PA Bag promises to transform travel into a far less tortuous ordeal.  The bag has ‘pancake motors’ powered by rechargeable batteries, and combines an intelligent torque control system with sensors in the anti-gravity handle to make luggage feel as light as a feather.  It comes with separate laptop and weekend bags that zip together and can be used as single hand luggage or separately from the main bag and there is even an umbrella included in the bag handle.  It has flat motor technology which kicks in whenever it senses you need a little extra muscle.  AERBT was so taken with the gadget that we will be featuring the Hybrid PA in a special deal for our readers from next week.

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