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Turn any pair of gloves touchscreen-friendly
Firebox's AnyGlove liquid can turn any pair of gloves into more modern, touchscreen-friendly alternatives.
With 550 drops in each bottle, the serum can work on any type of glove, but the manufacturers warn that applying the liquid many result in discoloration — so dark pairs are recommended. Once applied, you'll be able to use your smartphone and tablet without removing your gloves, no matter what the weather.
Each bottle costs £19.99 ($30).
Stay connected with your smartphone
Tumi's keychain may look like nothing more than a flashy bauble, but as a way to make sure you are not separated from your mobile gadgets when traveling, look no further.
The keychain is Bluetooth enabled and can be attached to your phone or any other object you want to keep with you through a key fob. If you leave an item behind, you are alerted through an alarm system, and you can also wirelessly connect your phone and answer incoming calls within a range of 30 feet.
Cost: £150 ($230)
Sony's Playstation Vita
Traveling can be a joy, but spending hours in an airport when your flight is delayed or hours on the craft itself can be dull.
So, why not take along a portable gaming console with you? The Playstation Vita, for example, is the successor to the PSP range and sports two quad-core processors, a 5-inch OLED display and dual analogue control.
The Playstation Vita is a pricey bit of kit, coming in at over £200 for the 3G version, but the rear-control and comfortable joysticks make it a comfortable, entertaining way to spend time on the plane.