Actually, that will be a really nice PC case design. I happen to move my PC from place to place more often than I should, that will be perfect.
As a lagguage, I don’t see anything good about it.
I just flew over 8000miles, still suffering from jet lag.
As a traveller, I can care less about how a lagguage looks. It’s how much it can hold on the inside that interests me. Many lagguages, as Yo mentioned, have those irritating wheel casings that prevents me from organizing my things as efficiently as I want to. Here I would move the larger wheels to the side, exposing them so that I can create as much internal space as possible. I like how they are large but flat.
On the other hand, I also got fined abt $25 for over-weight lagguage. It’s to protect the well being of airline staffs when carrying the lagguages in order to reduce the amount of insurance spent. Well, how about designing a lagguage from that stand point? Someting easy to lift and stacked. Something that takes the least external volume but still gives plenty of interior storage? Something with a size and form that will ensure its safe and smooth journey through the miles of conveyor belts so that staffs don’t need to clear it manually?
I don’t see how “ergonomic” it is with regards to easy tilting with all those weight hanging so far out. It’s simple physics.
Also, space in length wise will mean that a queue of passengers for lagguage check-in will just get longer. More space, fewer people—> inefficient—> bad idea.
For me, 3 features that I want in lagguages.
1.) If I carry 2 of the same lagguages, which many do, they can be combined or attached to each other for easy travelling, so that I don’t even need a trolley.
2.) When being hulled around, there should be a place where I can just rest my carry ons so I can have a free hand to carry my passport when moving from immigration to the customs.
3.) I want it to be designed to be sit on while waiting for delays or buddies who are supposed to pick you up(I think it’s been done before).
Lastly, I will put handles at all 4 sides of the lagguage. You never know from which side one will pull theirs out of their car trunks.