Google, along with a luggage company, Samsonite, launched a smart backpack called Connectnet-i which is touch-sensitive.
Image Credits: Samsonite
- The Connect-i Smart Backpack comes with a strict structural design.
- The Connect-i Smart Backpack is equipped with Google’s Jacquard technology.
- The Connect-i Smart Backpack is available in two size options: Standard and Slim.
Google Located lugg gauge company has partnered with Samsonite to launch a smart backpack called Connect-I. Connect-i is available in two size options: standard and slim.
The Connect-i Smart backpack comes with a rigid structural design and is equipped with Google’s Jacquard technology that responds fabric to touch controls. As shown in the picture below, there are white parallel lines on the left shoulder strap. That’s where the technology has been used – the sensitive area of contact.
To use Connect-i, users will need to charge a jacquard tag (a rectangular dongle) using a micro USB cable and slide it to the designated place on the shoulder strap. Then, install the Jacquard app available for both Android and iOS and use it to do four gestures બ્ર brush up, brush down, double tap, and cover.
Gestures can be set to do things like skip or play / pause music, ask an assistant a question, pick up the phone, or drop a PIN to remember places you’ve visited. With the Jacquard app, users can also set the LED on the Jacquard tag to flash in an array of colors when using gestures.
The Connect-Eye bag comes with many pockets for access to storage of technical and personal items. The new smart backpack, launched by Google and Samsonite, packs a padded laptop / tablet sleeve in the main compartment. According to Samsonite, both sizes are designed with water rippling polyester with Teflon backing.
The Connect-i standard-size model comes in for $ 220, while the slim-size model comes in for 200. Both smart backpacks are available in the US. Ready to catch in. The availability and price of the Connect-1 smart backpack in India is not known.
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