US20130032443A1 - Electronically Equipped Suitcase Device - Google Patents

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US20130032443A1
US20130032443A1 US13/198,160 US201113198160A US2013032443A1 US 20130032443 A1 US20130032443 A1 US 20130032443A1 US 201113198160 A US201113198160 A US 201113198160A US 2013032443 A1 US2013032443 A1 US 2013032443A1
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The electronically equipped suitcase device provides several advantages to a traveler and is provided in a size commensurate with carry-on capability for airlines. The slot contains telescopic posts adjacent to the suitcase back. Collars are pivotally disposed upwardly on the telescopic posts in pivotal support of a table for a laptop, writing, reading, or other convenience. The table is supported. The table has a distally disposed lip to prevent objects sliding off. A solar panel is provided in the table top that provides for charging a battery pack disposed within the suitcase. The battery pack may also be charged by existing outlet plug-in. The handle atop the telescopic posts importantly includes power in and power out, along with multiple USB ports.

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  • INCORPORATION BY REFERENCE OF MATERIAL SUBMITTED ON A COMPACT DISK BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION
  • Today's world is quite different than that which came before. Countless travelers move about with a laptop computer and other electronic gear and communication devices. Anyone who has been through an airport recently is fully aware of the lack of sufficient electrical outlets and other amenities needed and used by today's traveler. The present device solves such problems and provides a traveler with much of what is needed to work and communicate effectively.
  • FIELD OF THE INVENTION
  • The electronically equipped suitcase device relates to luggage and more especially to a suitcase that provides both mechanical and electronic advantages to a traveler.
  • SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION
  • The general purpose of the electronically equipped suitcase device, described subsequently in greater detail, is to provide an electronically equipped suitcase device which has many novel features that result in an improved electronically equipped suitcase device which is not anticipated, rendered obvious, suggested, or even implied by prior art, either alone or in combination thereof.
  • To attain this, the electronically equipped suitcase device provides several advantages to a traveler. The suitcase may be provided in various sizes, including a size commensurate with carry-on capability for airlines. The suitcase may have a substantially vertically encircling closure for internal access. The slot containing telescopic posts may be provided upwardly and adjacent to the suitcase back. Collars may be pivotally disposed upwardly on the telescopic posts in pivotal support of a table for a laptop, writing, reading, or other convenience. The table may be supported by one or two supports that removably engage the telescopic posts. The table may have a distally disposed lip to prevent objects sliding off. A solar panel may be provided in the table top that provides for charging a battery pack disposed within the suitcase. The battery pack may also be charged by existing outlet plug-in. The handle atop the telescopic posts importantly includes power in and power out, along with multiple USB ports. Inclusion of these features within the handle provides convenience not afforded by concealed access of the same features, enabling a user to perform various tasks without having to openly access a suitcase interior. An inverter may be disposed within the suitcase so that 110V and 220V power may be enjoyed, both in and out, and so that power is converted to that appropriate for electronic device use, such as a laptop for example.
  • The bottom of the suitcase provides a pair of wheels and a stand so that the suitcase may be positioned and self-retained substantially upright.
  • Thus has been broadly outlined the more important features of the improved electronically equipped suitcase device so that the detailed description thereof that follows may be better understood and in order that the present contribution to the art may be better appreciated.
  • An object of the electronically equipped suitcase device is to provide a wheeled suitcase for a traveler.
  • An object of the electronically equipped suitcase device is to provide electronic advantages to a traveler.
  • Another object of the electronically equipped suitcase device is to provide electric power as a part of the suitcase.
  • A further object of the electronically equipped suitcase device is to provide for generating electric power for a traveler.
  • An added object of the electronically equipped suitcase device is to provide a laptop table.
  • And, an object of the electronically equipped suitcase device is to provide for concealing the table and other electronic advantages provided a traveler.
  • These together with additional objects, features and advantages of the improved electronically equipped suitcase device will be readily apparent to those of ordinary skill in the art upon reading the following detailed description of presently preferred, but nonetheless illustrative, embodiments of the improved electronically equipped suitcase device when taken in conjunction with the accompanying drawings.
  • BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS
  • FIG. 1 is a first side elevation view, telescopic posts extended.
  • FIG. 2 is a first side elevation view, telescopic posts retracted.
  • FIG. 3 is a back elevation view.
  • FIG. 4 is a top plan view, table pivoted outwardly.
  • FIG. 5 is a top perspective in-use view.
  • DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS
  • With reference now to the drawings, and in particular FIGS. 1 through 5 thereof, the principles and concepts of the electronically equipped suitcase device generally designated by the reference number 10 will be described.
  • Referring to FIG. 1, the device 10 provides a suitcase 20 having a top 21 spaced apart from a bottom 22, a front 23 spaced apart from a back 24.
  • Referring to FIG. 4, the suitcase 20 further comprises a first side 25 spaced apart from a second side 26.
  • Referring to FIG. 5, the suitcase 20 further comprises a pair of spaced apart wheels 30 disposed on the suitcase 20 bottom 22 adjacent to the back 24.
  • Referring to FIG. 2, the stand 32 is disposed on the bottom 22 most proximal to the suitcase 20 front 23.
  • Referring again to FIG. 5, the slot 34 is disposed within the suitcase 20 adjacent to the back 24. The slot 34 is extended downwardly from the top 21. The closure 35 substantially encircles the suitcase 20 proximal to the front 23.
  • Referring again to FIGS. 2 and 5, the pair of telescopic posts 40 is vertically disposed within the slot 34. The cross brace 41 connects the telescopic posts 40. A collar 42 is disposed substantially upwardly around each telescopic post 40. The table 43 is pivotally affixed to the collars 42. The lip 44 is disposed distally atop the table 43 and negates any tendency for a laptop 12, papers, or other device to slide off of the table 43. The solar panel 45 is disposed atop and within the table 43. The solar panel 45 is flush with the table 43 top and does not interrupt a smooth writing surface.
  • Referring to FIG. 1, the support 46 is disposed pivotally and downwardly on the table 43. The support 46 is removably engaged with at least one of the telescopic posts 40. The support 46 selectively positions the table 43 in a substantially horizontal plane.
  • Referring to FIG. 3, the handle 50 is disposed upwardly on the telescopic posts 40. The power inlet 51 is disposed within the handle 50. The power outlet 52 is disposed within the handle 50. A plurality of USB ports 53 is disposed within the handle 50. The USB ports 53 are in communication with the battery pack 62. The inverter 60 is disposed within the suitcase 20. The inverter 60 is in communication with the power inlet 51, the power outlet 52, and the solar panel 45. The battery pack 62 is disposed within the suitcase 20. The battery pack 62 is in communication with the inverter 60. The charger 63 is disposed within the suitcase 20. The charger 63 is in communication with the battery pack 62. The connector 64 is disposed externally on the suitcase 20. The connector 64 is in communication with the charger 63.
  • Directional terms such as “front”, “back”, “in”, “out”, “downward”, “upper”, “lower”, and the like may have been used in the description. These terms are applicable to the embodiments shown and described in conjunction with the drawings. These terms are merely used for the purpose of description in connection with the drawings and do not necessarily apply to the position in which the electronically equipped suitcase device may be used.

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1. An electronically equipped suitcase device comprising, in combination:
a suitcase having a top spaced apart from a bottom, a front spaced apart from a back, and a first side spaced apart from a second side;
a pair of spaced apart wheels disposed on the suitcase bottom adjacent to the back;
a stand disposed on the bottom most proximal to the suitcase front;
a slot disposed within the suitcase adjacent to the back, the slot extended downwardly from the top;
a closure substantially encircling the suitcase proximal to the front;
a pair of telescopic posts vertically disposed within the slot;
a collar disposed substantially upwardly around each telescopic post;
a table pivotally affixed to the collars;
a lip disposed distally atop the table;
a support disposed pivotally and downwardly on the table, the support removably engaged with at least one of the telescopic posts, the support positioning the table in a substantially horizontal plane;
a handle disposed upwardly on the telescopic posts;
a power inlet disposed within the handle;
a power outlet disposed within the handle;
an inverter disposed within the suitcase, the inverter in communication with the power inlet and the power outlet;
a battery pack disposed within the suitcase, the battery pack in communication with the inverter;
a charger disposed within the suitcase, the charger in communication with the battery pack;
a connector disposed externally on the suitcase, the connector in communication with the charger.
2. The device according to claim 1 further comprising a cross brace connecting the telescopic posts.
3. An electronically equipped suitcase device comprising, in combination:
a suitcase having a top spaced apart from a bottom, a front spaced apart from a back, and a first side spaced apart from a second side;
a pair of spaced apart wheels disposed on the suitcase bottom adjacent to the back;
a stand disposed on the bottom most proximal to the suitcase front;
a slot disposed within the suitcase adjacent to the back, the slot extended downwardly from the top;
a closure substantially encircling the suitcase proximal to the front;
a pair of telescopic posts vertically disposed within the slot;
a collar disposed substantially upwardly around each telescopic post;
a table pivotally affixed to the collars;
a lip disposed distally atop the table;
a solar panel disposed atop and within the table;
a support disposed pivotally and downwardly on the table, the support removably engaged with at least one of the telescopic posts, the support positioning the table in a substantially horizontal plane;
a handle disposed upwardly on the telescopic posts;
a power inlet disposed within the handle;
a power outlet disposed within the handle;
an inverter disposed within the suitcase, the inverter in communication with the power inlet, the power outlet and the solar panel;
a battery pack disposed within the suitcase, the battery pack in communication with the inverter;
a charger disposed within the suitcase, the charger in communication with the battery pack;
a connector disposed externally on the suitcase, the connector in communication with the charger.
4. The device according to claim 3 further comprising a cross brace connecting the telescopic posts.
5. An electronically equipped suitcase device comprising, in combination:
a suitcase having a top spaced apart from a bottom, a front spaced apart from a back, and a first side spaced apart from a second side;
a pair of spaced apart wheels disposed on the suitcase bottom adjacent to the back;
a stand disposed on the bottom most proximal to the suitcase front;
a slot disposed within the suitcase adjacent to the back, the slot extended downwardly from the top;
a closure substantially encircling the suitcase proximal to the front;
a pair of telescopic posts vertically disposed within the slot;
a cross brace connecting the telescopic posts;
a collar disposed substantially upwardly around each telescopic post;
a table pivotally affixed to the collars;
a lip disposed distally atop the table;
a solar panel disposed atop and within the table;
a support disposed pivotally and downwardly on the table, the support removably engaged with at least one of the telescopic posts, the support positioning the table in a substantially horizontal plane;
a handle disposed upwardly on the telescopic posts;
a power inlet disposed within the handle;
a power outlet disposed within the handle;
a plurality of USB ports disposed within the handle;
an inverter disposed within the suitcase, the inverter in communication with the power inlet, the solar panel, and the power outlet;
a battery pack disposed within the suitcase, the battery pack in communication with the inverter and the USB ports;
a charger disposed within the suitcase, the charger in communication with the battery pack;
a connector disposed externally on the suitcase, the connector in communication with the charger.
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