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What's in your (gadget) bag of tricks?

I'm just finishing up packing for the trip to NokiaWorld in Amsterdam and, as I've been collecting and stowing my gear, it seemed a good time to document my current kit. A number of my gadget-obsessed fellow bloggers have listed their toys and I thought I'd chime in on the meme. What's in your bag?
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Written by Marc Orchant on

I'm just finishing up packing for the trip to NokiaWorld in Amsterdam and, as I've been collecting and stowing my gear, it seemed a good time to document my current kit. A number of my gadget-obsessed fellow bloggers have listed their toys and I thought I'd chime in on the meme.

My current kit includes:

  • Apple MacBook notebook
  • iPod nano (2 GB) loaded up with podcasts and some tunes
  • Nokia 770 Internet Tablet -you'll be reading a lot more about this device as I continue exploring its capabilities. Suffice it to say that it's the first device I've found that is seriously tempting me to switch from the Treo for mobile work once I pair it with a supported Bluetooth-enabled phone.
  • Nikon Coolpix L3 digital camera
  • Moleskine journal
  • Treo 700p (useless in Europe but my lifeline here in the States - EVDO rocks!)
  • Plantronics Voyager 510 Bluetooth headset (multi-pairs with two devices and works with the MacBook, Treo, and 770 Tablet)
  • Targus world power adapter kit
  • Lexar Lightning 2 GB USB drive
  • Retractable sync/charge connector for the Treo
  • A good book - in this case, an advance copy of Citizen Marketers, the forthcoming book by Ben McConnell and Jackie Huba of Creating Customer Evangelists  and Church of the Customer fame (thanks guys - it's a great read so far!).
What's in your bag?

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