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SearchAlert Heavy-Duty TSA-approved Padlock
A lot of companies make TSA approved locks – you know, the small padlocks that you can use to lock up bags and cases you check at airports that TSA officials can open with their own key so they don't have to destroy the lock – but this SearchAlert padlock has a nifty trick up its sleeve.
The SearchAlert padlock features a little indicator that changes from green to red if the padlock has been "officially opened." Not only that, but only you can reset the indicator – the TSA cannot (at least there is no easy, official way to do this) – giving you the chance to check to see if anything has been removed, added, or tampered with.
Cables have a way of getting lost, tangled, and damaged. The idea behind the ChargeKey is that you have a small cable that you can attach to your keys so you never have to leave home without it.
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Satechi Smart Travel Router
The Satechi Smart Travel Router is two devices in one – it's a travel adapter that works in over 150 countries that features a 2.1A USB port, and it's also a travel wi-fi/Ethernet router capable of the following modes:
- Router: Functions as a typical router, connecting to the internet provided by your ISP and broadcasting a wireless signal, enabling you to create your own network.
- Repeater: Connect to your existing network and amplify it. This enables you to extend the range of your wireless network – invaluable if you have a weak connection in a room far away from your router.
- Access Point: Create a wireless connection from a wired source. If only an Ethernet port or Ethernet cable is available, the router can connect to the wired connection and broadcast a wireless network that all your devices can connect to.
- Client: Connect to a device such as a Smart TV or video game console via an Ethernet cable. The Smart Travel Router can then be used as a wireless adapter, enabling the connected device to connect to the internet wirelessly.