Electropack: The Electropack from Soot is a transforming bag system that is capable of recharging your mobile devices for up to two weeks off the grid.
Night Day Backpack: Brooklyn-based designer and avid cyclist Vanessa’s ‘Night Day Backpack’ addresses the safety issue of the cyclist at night by making them super visible.
iPod Backpack: The iPod mono-strap backpack comes with five-button ElekTex smart fabric control panel on the strap. You can place the iPod inside the backpack while the control panel on the strap lets you play/pause, go to the next/previous tracks, or adjust the volume. It comes with a zipper pocket that provides space for a smartphone, cards, USB drive, and more.
Alppac Backpack: This backpack was created to generate a substantial amount of electricity to power gadgets; it works using the load mechanism that utilizes the existing weight of the backpack to produce electrical energy. Its designed for those who are looking for an alternative way to power up their gadgets while hiking or similar other activities.
Airbag Backpack: It features two nitrogen-inflated bags that inflates in as little as 3-seconds after pulling the ripcord and this airbag system lets you stay afloat.
Everglide: Its an innovative design packable cycle that can be taken as a backpack.
Wifi Bedouin Server Backpack: This is WiFi.Bedouin server, though it looks quite small on the outside, inside you have an adapted 802.11b access point, RF amplifier a PowerBook G4, MovableType, the Tomcat Java Servlet Container, and WiJacker. Plus you got a PocketPC PDA in front.
Voltaic Solar Backpack: If you are among those who cant be away from smartphone/mp3/camera and always looking out to keep your gadget at its peak usage level, then this is something which is sure going to impress you.
Backpack Inflatable Pontoon Boat: It weighs 42 lbs, each pontoon clocks in at a full 8′ long and can hold up to 350 lbs together and takes 15 minutes to assemble.
Reppo II Backpack: Its created by industrial design student Joonas Saaranen, and features a built in pair of full-range speakers and an amplifier.
Massaging Backpack: Using this one is quite simple, just put it on your back and use the wired remote to get massage done on your shoulders and upper back.
Quicksmart Backpack Stroller: It’s a light and compact stroller perfect for travel and can be comfortably kept in a backpack.
SEIL Backpack: This backpack by designer Lee Myung Su is specially designed for bicycle riders, it comes with a wireless controller that shows directions and signals on the back of the backpack.
Beat on the Block Backpack: It comes with innovative gloves that can be used to drum on a flat surface, and the specially designed speaker in the backpack plays the sounds out.
Puffy Stereo Backpack: It comes with built-in speakers, a 3000 milliwatt amplifier, a standard 3.5 mm input jack, all you need to do is to plug in your iPod and it can play music for up to 8 hours.
Scooter Backpack: It transforms from backpack to a scooter in just a few seconds.
Inflatable GoCrib: These are extremely lightweight, as it has no metal parts or large plastic components and can be folded down small enough to be placed in the included backpack with the pump.
BoostApak Backpack: This transforming backpack/booster seat can be easily taken anywhere.
DIY Flashlight Backpack: New York-based photographer I Spanier created his own backpack and turned himself into a one-person photography studio.
Trek Backpack: This backpack holds your gadgets and a notebook; apart from this the gadget section has pockets for four different devices and it can recharge three devices at one go.