Bag-maker Timbuk2 will unveil two new device-charging bags at this year's Outdoor Retailer Summer Market, the Power Commute and the Power Q. Both bags integrate a Joey T1 power supply that the company claims will provide two full cellphone charges. The power supply, contained in a water resistant case, is wired to specific gadget compartments within the bag and charges devices via USB. The Power Commute messenger bag and the Power Q backpack both have plenty of compartments and side pockets to organize your gadgets, and each has a dedicated laptop compartment that fits most 15-inch laptops and 17-inch MacBooks. Both bags come in black, gunmetal, and the attractive sounding algae green, and will be available on Timbuk2's site for $199 starting in October.