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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  • Kensington AbsolutePower Laptop, Phone, Tablet Charger

    Name: Kensington AbsolutePower Laptop, Phone, Tablet Charger

    Company: Kensington

    Price: $167

    Whenever you're on the road, the ability to charge your devices is a must -- but often wires, plugs and multiple leads not only add to weight totals but also clog up your luggage. Instead, consider a combination charger, such as Kensington's AbsolutePower laptop, phone and tablet charger. The charger provides 100 watts of power to charge laptops and two USB devices at the same time, includes EU and UK plugs, and is both small and lightweight. 


  • Mophie Space pack

    Name: Space pack

    Company: Mophie

    Price: $149.95

    When you're traveling for a long time, it's not surprising when your smartphone goes flat from use. The Space Pack, designed by Mophie, is a bolt-on for your iPhone 5 or 5s which gives your gadget an extra 1700mAh battery to keep juice flowing, as well as provides an extra 16 or 32GB of storage space -- which could mean the difference between you taking extra external storage drives with you or not on your travels.

    Via: Mophie

  • Canon PowerShot S120

    Name: Canon PowerShot S120

    Company: Canon

    Price: $750

    Canon is well-known for producing quality cameras -- in the same manner as rival Nikon -- and the PowerShot S120 is a good choice for a quality, compact camera. The small size doesn't take away the robust feel of the body, and the camera itself is equipped with a 24mm f/1.8 lens, IS, 12.1 Megapixel CMOS, a 3" LCD screen and is capable of shooting speeds of up to 9.4fps. 

    Via: Canon 

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.