TODAY’S PATENT – TRAVEL SUITCASE
Invented by Robert Baldwin, the invention was granted patent on 12-10-2021 the publication date being the same day. It carries the patent no. US11140958B1. The invention addresses the growing need for versatile travel suitcases in an era of advanced technology and on-the-go lifestyles. It aims to provide a multifunctional travel suitcase that solves several common travel-related challenges. Firstly, the invention seeks to offer a solution for the inconvenience of finding charging ports during travel.
Many travelers rely on laptops and mobile phones for work or entertainment, and when these devices run out of power, it can be frustrating. The proposed travel suitcase incorporates a power charging unit, allowing travelers to charge various electronic devices conveniently while on the move. Secondly, the invention addresses the discomfort associated with using laptops on one’s lap. It introduces a design where the suitcase can be deployed as a stable table, offering travelers a convenient and ergonomic surface for their devices.
Moreover, the invention tackles the issue of suitcase stability, especially when additional luggage is placed on top. It incorporates a telescopic wheel adjuster, which allows users to adjust the length of the front and rear wheels for more stable displacement, reducing the chances of tumbling when additional items are loaded onto the suitcase. The suitcase also features a swiveled tray that can be extended to hold a variety of items, not limited to electronic devices but also accommodating food, beverages, books, and small pouches.
Overall, this invention aims to provide travelers with a comprehensive solution to common travel inconveniences by combining charging capabilities, ergonomic utility, and enhanced stability into a single, versatile travel suitcase. It addresses the limitations of existing suitcase designs, offering a more efficient and economical solution for modern travelers.