Traveling on business, or simply for pleasure – both tend to come with their own set of inconveniences along the road. Planes full of people, traffic jams, and problematic online connections in hotels all tend to make it difficult to get something done and release all that stress that has been building up in time. But luckily, even though it has become a trend to unplug during vacations, there are a lot of traveler tech gadgets out there that can make your travel a lot easier for you. In this article, we are going to present you with some of the tech gadgets that you ought to have as a traveler.
If you want to get some work done during travel, iPad Pro is a good tablet choice. You can use iPad’s entertainment and gaming apps when you feel like taking a break as well. It has a big screen and keyboard cover, so it’s very work-friendly and can be used in any environment. The big screen enables you to watch movies during your travel without straining your eyes. Furthermore, via the keyboard cover, you can write e-mails and documents easily.
IF you want to have some peace and quiet when travelling, one of the best investments you can make is noise-cancelling headphones. They do a great job at shutting out all the noise that would bother you while you work or sleep, such as the airplane rumble, people chatting, and crying babies. It is also a signal for “don’t bother me”, so that people can leave you to your alone time. Currently trending on the market are Bose QuietComfort 25 headphones, which work for 40 hours before you have to recharge them.
If you are traveling in order to do some good for your body and health, a fitness tracker is a must have. Motiv Ring is a currently trending choice. It’s a slim tracker that looks just like you’re wearing a wedding band. What it does is track your steps, heart rate, sleep, calorie burn, and the like. Once you charge it, it lasts for five days, and it comes along with a standard and a keychain charger. Finally, it is water-resistant down to 160 feet.
In this era of smartphones, it goes without saying that you’re going to bring one along with you. If you are on a budget, there are cheap outright mobiles available, even the smart ones, which cover all the basics just right. Motorola Moto G5 Plus is currently one of the best choices that you can make, for a reasonable price. It’s a good choice for travel, as its battery lasts long, and it includes a TurboCharger which adds six extra hours of use in just 15 minutes. There is also a slot for a micro-SD card, so you can have all the space that you need.
While it is still in its early stages of development, a smart suitcase is a brilliant idea. It enables you to look for it via your smartphone, measure how heavy it is, and see whether it has been opened by someone. There are even smart suitcases that provide you with a USB port for charging your devices. Be careful, however, as some airline companies do not allow smart suitcases on their planes, due to the possibility of batteries catching fire and no one noticing it on time. Still, some of them allow you to detach the battery, so they are alright to carry along. Currently trending on the market is the Bluesmart suitcase.
A mini router is a very useful gadget, because it converts hotel networks and café WiFi connections info your own WiFi which is private and secure. Routers like this, such as the popular GliNet Mini Router, are smaller than your palm, and enable you to instantly connect all your devices, without bothering with passwords for all of them.
The fact is that technology has advanced to the point that it can make many aspects of your business or pleasure travels much more convenient than they used to be. It all depends on what you find to be essential during your trip. The gadgets discussed in this article are bound to make things a lot more comfortable for your traveling needs.