Cool gifts for road warriors [Gift Guide 2012]

Cool gifts for road warriors [Gift Guide 2012]

Summary: Here are five gift ideas for the person in your life who takes to the road with a bag full of tech.

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  • 128GB Supersonic Magnum USB 3.0 flash drive

    There's a lot to like about this flash drive.

    • 128GB storage;
    • USB 3.0 technology that offers sequential read performance at speeds up to 200MB/s and up to 120MB/s sequential write speeds;
    • The robust aluminum enclosure enables shock resistance up to 15Gs;
    • The 5-year warranty.

    Price: $135.

    Image source: Patriot.

  • New Trent iCarrier heavy duty dual port power pack

    Take a whopping 12000mAh of power on the road with the iCarrier. This pocketable power pack holds enough charge to recharge an iPhone 5 six times, or enough to top up the iPad 4 by 80 percent.

    Dual USB ports -- one outputting 1 Amp, the other 2 Amps -- means that you can charge two devices simultaneously.

    Don't let the 'i' in the name full you, this is compatible with a wide range of smartphones, tablets, cameras, and portable gamins systems.

    Price: $76.95.

    Image source: New Trent.

  • Griffin SmartTalk Solar

    Messing with your phone while driving the fast lane to an accident. Keep your hands on the wheel and eyes on the road.

    The SmartTalk Solar autoconnects with a paired iPhone or smartphone as soon as you get into your car. You can answer and place calls easily using a single large button, and even access your smartphone's voice command features.

    The window-mounted unit has a built-in solar panel and an internal battery charged for wire-free talk time.

    Price: $69.99.

    Image source: Griffin.

Topic: Hardware

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