5 Best Travel Gadgets
Curious about the 5 best travel gadgets for those on the go? Create your own space, find the right place and say the right thing with these 5 best travel gadgets!
- Bose/Sennheiser Headsets. A travel gadget that will soundproof your mind. Any frequent traveler will tell you that having a good headset is a must while on a plane. Blocking out the noise of grumbling airplane passengers and most often their whiny children is key. Bose has been a top-of-the-line choice for many, although they can be quite pricey. Another option would be Sennheiser. They offer similar quality at a more affordable price.
- Kindle/eReader. A travel gadget that will take you away. Long layover in Cincinnati? Need to get out of the airport scene and be on a tropical island in your mind? Of course you could just bring along any old book, but why if you can have a Kindle on hand? This way it’s like having thousands of books without all the extra baggage fees.
- Garmin Nuvi 260 Personal Travel Assistant. This GPS car unit is a travel gadget that will show you the way. Who wants to travel to a new destination and then find themselves asking complete strangers for directions? If you don't have a traveling partner that you can bribe to jump out of the car and ask that homeless guy on the street where the next coffee shop is, you can bring along your trusty Garmin travel assistant. Find your way through any city, big or small, and never stop unless it’s to fill up on gas.
- Powermat Portable Mat. A travel gadget that will charge you up. This has got to be one of the coolest travel items ever. Nowadays we are overloaded with all kinds of electronics that need to be charged. This convenient travel mat will actually charge all of your devices wirelessly. Just place a dedicated receiver on each of your items and lay them on the mat. It also folds up for convenient travel.
- Lingo Xplorer Talking Translator. A travel gadget that will speak for you! Okay, so you're heading out to a new country and those French lessons didn’t help you out as much as you thought they would. Maybe you found yourself partying too much before you left and forgot that you needed to learn a new language. It’s cool. Just throw this in your carry on and you have an instant translator where ever you go. Use it to pick up the ladies in a bar, or to order your dinner entrée. Sound like a pro because it actually tells you how to say it.
Posted on: Apr. 21, 2010