Amid a spate of high-tech bags on their way to market this spring, the HiSmart convertible urban bag by Lepow aims to stand out, thanks to a two-in-one chip that enables technology the Silicon Valley company has been working on for nearly three years.
“So far, a smart bag is just a portable charging station. We thought, ‘We can do more than that,’” Julianna He, Lepow cofounder and chief operating officer, said during a demonstration of the bag, whose Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign launched recently.
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