The wish list

Six of the best pieces of smart luggage

These clever cases feature integrated batteries for device charging and anti-theft designs

1

Airwheel SE3 Mini Smart Riding Suitcase

Airwheel SE3 Mini Smart Riding Suitcase

You can ride at up to 8km/hr on this motor-powered suitcase. It fits as hand luggage and has a removable power bank (£489, amazon.co.uk). Airwheel also makes the SR5, a robotic suitcase that can follow you.

2

The Away Carry-On

The Away Carry-On

This lightweight case has a durable polycarbonate shell, an interior compression system and a water-resistant laundry bag. It fits in most overhead lockers, has 360° wheels and a built-in USB.

3

The Carry-on Pro

The Carry-on Pro

With an expandable zipless design, this hard-shell case has an integrated battery to charge your devices and a silent set of 360° spinner wheels. Pre-order for shipping by 31 August.

4

XD Design Bobby Anti-Theft Backpack

XD Design Bobby Anti-Theft Backpack

The XD Design Bobby Anti-Theft Backpack fits under a plane seat, and has a USB port with a power bank inside. It is cut-resistant and has hidden zips and pockets.

5

Kono Cabin Case

Kono Cabin Case

Weighing just 2.5kg, the Kono has an impressive 38-litre capacity, and a built-in USB charging port, telescopic handle, TSA locks and four 360° wheels.

6

Horizn H5

Horizn H5

This vegan cabin bag has two USB charging ports and an integrated removable power bank. It comes in 13 colours, and has a compression pad to maximise capacity.

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