2014 travel gadgets for your inner minimalist

2014 travel gadgets for your inner minimalist

Summary: Take 'travelling light' to a new level with these innovative tools and gadgets.


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  • EatSmart Precision Voyager Luggage Scale

    Name: EatSmart Precision Voyager Luggage Scale

    Company: EatSmart

    Price: $19.95

    It's important to keep an eye on your luggage weight, but often it's too easy to go over your limit and face charges when you reach the airport. To stop this occurring on your travels, consider purchasing some lightweight scales you can stick away and use before catching your flight. The EatSmart Precision Voyager Luggage Scales do just this -- clip them on to the handle of your bag or suitcase and a scale registers the weight. 

    Via: EatSmart

  • 4 Port USB Charger

    Name: 4 Port USB Charger

    Company: Sharper Image

    Price: $49.99

    Capable of charging up to 4 USB devices in one go, this 2.1 amp charger can be used for tablets, smartphones, cameras, portable gaming consoles and other devices. The charger also has multi-voltage capability so it can be used internationally. 

    Via: Sharper Image

  • MacBook Air

    Name: MacBook Air

    Company: Apple

    Price: $899

    A Macbook Air is one of the top choices on the market for lightweight, portable computers. The Macbook Air, available in 11" and 13" versions, has up to 12 hours of battery life and is powered by Intel Core i5 and i7 processors. 

    Via: Apple

Topics: Apps, Emerging Tech, iPhone, iPad, Mobility, Smartphones, Tablets, Innovation

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  • the pocket silver screen

    Even though I’ve never owned one, I’ve always been a fan of the phone projector. Think it would come in handy more often than not.