I\u2019m always on the lookout for cleverly designed business travel bags. And Genius Pack makes several styles that fit the bill. Genius Pack bags typically include special compression pockets for dirty laundry, pockets for optional USB chargers and micro umbrellas -- even dedicated pockets for undies and socks.\n\n\nAmong the company\u2019s more recent efforts is the Genius\u00a0Pack\u00a0Carry-On Duffle with Integrated Suiter, currently $178. As the name suggests, it\u2019s a duffle bag. But on the bottom is a zippered, tri-fold compartment designed to hold hanging garments \u2014 about enough for a business trip lasting one to three days.\n\nHow smart is it?\n\nBut I wouldn\u2019t call this a "genius" solution to the problem of traveling with hanging garments. In my tests, I had to stuff my garments (a business jacket, three dress shirts, and one pair of pants) into the tri-fold compartment. Suffice to say, they didn\u2019t emerge wrinkle-free (though I always travel with Downy Wrinkle Releaser, $1.54 at Target.com for three ounces).\n\n\nPlus, when the integrated suiter is full, you\u2019ve got decidedly less packaging space available inside the duffle.\n\n\nBut I like the optional mobile charger ($28), with Micro USB and Lightning cable tips. The slim, white charger, which has a 4500mAh battery, fits into a dedicated pocket inside a larger external pocket.\n\n Genius Pack\n\nThe micro travel umbrella ($18) is compact but big enough to keep one person reasonably dry.\n\n\nAlso, there\u2019s no dedicated laptop or tablet pocket. But you can place either (or both) device inside the duffel and easily access it, given the bag\u2019s wide opening on the top. Just make sure to store the devices in a protective sleeve or folio.\n\n\nI\u2019d also appreciate a strap for attaching the bag to a rolling bag\u2019s telescoping handle.\n\nFit for the gym?\n\nBottom line: The Genius Pack duffle makes a convenient gym bag, especially if you need to pack a change of business clothes. And it might serve you well as a secondary travel bag for business. But I wouldn\u2019t recommend it as your only bag to pack on a business trip.\n\n\nBy the way, Genius Pack also makes a backpack with integrated hanging bag compartment ($168), which I\u2019ve not tested.