If you’re traveling, you will want the latest gadgets to keep you busy on your trip. Plane flights and long car rides can get boring, but with these gadgets, your trip will seem faster and more fun. Whether you are traveling in New Jersey or into the Deep South, you won’t want to leave without these handy travel gadgets.
Windows Rt Microsoft Surface
The Microsoft Surface is one of the only gadgets that is a hybrid tablet and laptop. The computer is only .4 inches thick, but it carries all the features of a real laptop. The computer has an HD touch screen, a built-in keyboard, stereo speakers, and a kickstand. The Microsoft Surface retails between $500 and $600, depending on the added features.
Innergie Pocket Cell
For gadget charging on-the-go, you won’t want to forget the Innergie PocketCell. This toothpaste-sized charger is capable of charging two smart phones to full power, or a tablet half way. The small charger is perfect for adding extra juice to your device when you can’t reach an outlet (such as on a long plane trip).
Whether you are a die-hard Apple fan or not, there is no denying that the iPhone still has the app market cornered. More apps are created for the iPhone than any other system in the world. The iPhone 7 has a bigger screen, and a fast network speed. The phone is lighter than the 6S. One bonus feature for the traveler is the included Passbook feature. With this app, you can store virtual boarding passes and frequent-flier information in one handy location. The phone retails between $649 and $749 with a two-year contract.
Logitech UE 900 Noise Isolating Earphones
If you want the very best in earphones, the Logitech UE 900 earbuds are for you. These earbuds block external noises and are just as handy at keeping out unwanted sounds as larger headphones. The portable size of these earphones makes them ideal for travel, especially for confined spaces. The earphones also come with a built-in mic for phone calls. Just don’t leave these earbuds lying around, they retail for $400.
Asus Nexus 7
Looking for an affordable tablet option for travel? The Nexus 7 is just the thing. The screen is 8 by 4 inches and the tablet weighs under a pound. The touch screen is perfect for web surfing, and the included Android system offers Google Now, which helps you keep up with everything along your journey with a simple voice command. The Asus Nexus 7 retails for just $199.
Want an affordable e-reader that will work just as well at night as in the day? The Kindle Paper white is the perfect choice. This e-reader has amazing contrast, high resolution, a built-in light, and a battery life that will last 2 months. At just $120, this reader is a steal.