Trunkster is the luggage you've always dreamed of, which is why it's the first Kickstarter project of 2015 to hit $1 million (and counting). The funding window still has a week to go.
Here's what Trunkster is pitching: a smart bag with a built-in mobile device charger, built-in digital scale and no zippers. The front rolls up and down (kind of like a rolltop desk) for easy access.
It also can be GPS enabled for an extra $40 so you'll be able to find your bag even when the airline can't.
And it looks great, too, a sleek black wheelie that comes in carry-on or check-in sizes. It's made of lightweight aluminum and polycarbonate with a black matte finish and spinner wheels, according to the crowd-funding website's description.
I love the weighing and charging options (the latter comes on only the carry-on version) and GPS tracking looks smart. I haven't actually touched one, just looked at the video above. But I have to remember it doesn't exist yet.
Trunkster backers at the $205 level are promised one of the carry-on bags once they are manufactured. It was estimated at a $500 value, and that price point sold out.