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August 13th, 2014 at 4:25 PM
Anti-Gravity Modular Backpack Kickstarter

Finding the right backpack can be a challenge. Everyone has different priorities when it comes to what they need to pack for work or for travel, but what if you had a backpack that adapted to your needs? That’s what Tessel Supply is attempting to provide with its latest Kickstarter project: the Anti-Gravity Modular Pack System. Similar to Google’s Project Ara, the Anti-Gravity system has several replaceable parts which can be rearranged for maximum efficiency.

The system is comprised of four parts: the Anti-Gravity Pack, the Rover, the Lander and the Fuel Cell. Can you tell the team at Tessel was inspired by space travel?

The AG Pack is the actual backpack, fitted with ventilated shoulder straps, a sternum strap, a sleeve for notebooks or tablets and two hidden stash pockets. The Rover is a pencil case with six slots for pencils, pens or other small accessories and a separate zippered compartment. The Lander is a padded laptop bag capable of storing a 15-inch MacBook or any other notebook of comparable size. Finally, the Fuel Cell will serve as an accessories bag for any small tablets, power cords or other paraphernalia that doesn’t belong anywhere else.

The parts connect to each other using strong magnetic hardware that allows you to customize your system without worrying about the whole thing falling apart. Each part also features coated nylon and coated YKK zippers to keep your essentials safe and secure.

The Kickstarter campaign started earlier this week, so you’ve still got plenty of time to contribute if you’d like your own Anti-Gravity system. Head to the link in the source to find out more about the project.

Jacob started covering video games and technology in college as a hobby, but it quickly became clear to him that this was what he wanted to do for a living. He currently resides in New York writing for BGR. His previously published work can be found on TechHive, VentureBeat and Game Rant.

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