Busy road warriors have to be able to make the most out of any situation they find themselves in. Whether they're waiting at the airport, on an airplane, or driving on the open road, road warriors need to be able to stay connected and on top of their game. There are several options when it comes to gadgets, but here are the ones that every road warrior should have.
There are countless ways your business travel plans can go awry: a canceled flight that leaves you stranded for hours; the screaming baby a few rows back; and the hefty surcharge for overweight luggage.
But FareCompare.com chief executive Rick Seaney, who spends a fair bit of time in the air, says a few gadgets can make the difference between a stressful trip and a calm one.
Smartphones can do just about anything, except last all day if you're a heavy users. That's why there's an entire industry dedicated to battery packs that will keep your gadgets going long after the internal battery dies. We put together our favorite gadgets for you in the gallery below.
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My iPhone battery is always running low. Everyday by mid-day my battery it's practically dead, meaning if I'm going to be out for the evening, I need to remind myself to bring my charger from home. That doesn't always happen. For a while I resorted to carrying around the Mophie powerstation mini an external battery with a USB port that can power most mobile devices, but I hated carrying around two phone-sized things to stay charged.
Here’s how you can help make sure those who are lacking the basics, like a smartphone or a laptop, are well dressed for the digital age. Also, in this holiday gift guide, toys, cameras, games and more.
Do you want a set of nice headphones? Do you want a set of headphones endorsed by Dr. Dre? If the answer to both of those questions is “yes,” then perhaps Beats headphones are for you. The question, as it is with many luxury brands, is whether you want to spend $300 for a pair of headphones, and why.