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Agazzi Pro backpack comes with a fingerprint scanner to unlock the bag

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Although it is very common to lock a bag or put a combination to it in order to ensure its safety, it’s also pretty easy to forget the same very combination or to lose the same very key. Agazzi Design, a company based in Italy, has decided to bring around a solution to this nuisance. They have introduced the first ever backpack that contains an anti-theft scanner which allows only authorized personnel to be able to access the backpack.

Agazzi Backpack Fingerprint Scanner Agazzi Backpack Fingerprint Scanner

The backpack is not only extremely compact and handy with a water resistance capacity, it is also groovy enough to match your style! It has a capacity of 23 liters and is spacious enough to accommodate a laptop, a main compartment that is slightly larger and 15 different pockets. The shoulder straps can be rotated around for flexibility, the chest strap can be adjusted and it also includes anti slip buckles.

Agazzi Backpack Fingerprint Scanner Agazzi Backpack Fingerprint Scanner

The working of the backpack mimics the working of a smartphone using a USB-rechargeable fingerprint lock. Additionally, the backpack also markets a retractable steel cable which aid in keeping the bag secure when it is attached to a pole.

Agazzi Backpack Fingerprint Scanner Agazzi Backpack Fingerprint Scanner

The Agazzi pro also contains an intricate hidden system which includes a power bank pocket so that you can charge your mobile devices along the way. The same power could also be utilized in lighting up both the insides and the outsides of the bag.

Agazzi Backpack Fingerprint Scanner Agazzi Backpack Fingerprint Scanner

The bag is offered in 4 different versions but the first prototype which includes the light and the fingerprint scanner is priced at £189 while shipments are predicted to begin by October.

All Images: © Agazzi Designs

h/t: New Atlas

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