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Must-have travel gadgets for a hassle-free trip!

Posted by Royal Sundaram on 30 Jul 2010

Way back in the past, the only travel gadget one would carry would be a camera and way before the camera was invented explorers probably used to carry a single compass to help them navigate to distant lands. In this age of the ‘Techno Geek’, there are a growing number of gadgets updated every day to cater to our basic needs and extreme fantasies.

 

 

Here are a few must-have travel gadgets for a hassle-free trip:

Smartphones, Netbooks and laptops to stay connected with your loved ones, friends and colleagues whether you are going on a vacation or on a business trip to take care of your work and entertainment needs.

  • Camcorders to capture your travel memories in a snapshot.
  • E-Readers, because books are your best companion especially when you travel alone and an E-reader would save you the trouble of stuffing your back pack with loads of paperbacks. It also acts as a compact library with your classic collections, on-the-go.
  • Power adapters & converters. These are the crucial items specially if you are travelling overseas. If you’re traveling across different countries, make sure your power adapter has all-in-one plugs and can handle different voltage ratings. Select the right one for your travel needs as per the country of your travel.
  • USB Storage Devices. Carry a sizeable 32 GB drive to store all your essential documents on travel, apart from your favourite music, videos, books, pictures etc. Note: Make sure to pack it in your checked baggage to comply with airport-security regulations.

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One response to “Must-have travel gadgets for a hassle-free trip!”

  1. Mayil says:

    When will you add up the GPS as an important travel accessory in India?

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