TRIP is a Dutch design, a travel case small enough to be stored in the overhead compartment of a plane, yet big enough to create the highest amount of comfort. Comfort that starts with the possibility to easily transform the suitcase into a chair. Discover what it’s like to be able to relax and work in any situation, even in airports, subways, train stations and parks. The addition of a smart kangaroo compartment allows you to get to your laptop, papers and pencils with ease, without having to open the entire case. In addition, TRIP comes as a version with a custom integrated sound system: top quality speakers that enable you to listen to your own music in the comfort of your hotel room. And whenever you don’t want to use them, simply unplug them and remove them from the case.
Imagine taking the TRIP with you on a picnic: pick a sunny day, bring a good wine and some tasty food and put on your favorite tunes for a perfect afternoon! Even if your iPhone or BlackBerry runs out of power, you can charge it through the TRIP.
GAHH! -10 to TravelTeq.com for the LOUD auto-play music.
Sep 17th, 2010 / 11:53 am
Sep 18th, 2010 / 2:33 pm
Reminds a bit of the ZÜCA carry-on that came out a few years ago:
The TRIP certainly has better looks but I do like the organizational system that’s included with the ZÜCA
Sep 18th, 2010 / 6:52 pm
Genius! I want one!
Sep 20th, 2010 / 8:19 am
Ha! This guy is actually seating on his travel case while he has to type something on his mac and at the same time talk on his phone (bet this is an iphone 4G, no?!).
Oh, and what about the black framed glasses!
I think we should start enjoying trips more. We have to stop working constantly and bring our offices wherever we go!
Sep 22nd, 2010 / 10:03 am
“I think we should start enjoying trips more. We have to stop working constantly and bring our offices wherever we go!”
Amen! :D Just because we CAN work everywhere, does it mean we SHOULD?
The world still spun round and people still made money even when we couldn’t work on the move.
Clever device though. But I refuse to believe it’s comfortable to lean back on like that ;)
Oct 11th, 2010 / 6:21 am