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The ROG Ranger Backpack brings RGB to the streets

RGB peripherals just aren't enough for some of us and the ROG Ranger Backpack gives us the option to flaunt our light shows on the street.

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We've got the RGB chair, the RGB fans, the RGB internal cables, and now it's here, the ROG BP3703 Backpack. While traffic safety can be claimed as a reason to get one of these (Asus claims this, at least), that is hardly what goes through your mind when playing with the light sensors on the backpack directly from your mobile phone. Controlling the lights is also possible via a control panel on the shoulder strap.

The lights on the backpack are powered by a standard power bank and there's an output on the control device enabling you to easily charge your phone on the go. If you are stuck in the past and don't own a power bank Asus sells a bundle with one included.

The backpack holds a reasonable 20 litres, can fit a 17" laptop, and even has RFID blocking to protect the innards of your wallet when in the backpack. Other features include a detachable pouch, water repellent fabric, waterproof zippers, a full suitcase style opening and even internal lightning that can be turned on or off.

ROG BP3703 Backpack will be available later this year, and a non RGB version will be available alongside it.

How excited are you about RGB lighting?

The ROG Ranger Backpack brings RGB to the streets


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