7 of the best travel gadgets from CES 2013. January is the time that many people visit Las Vegas, but they are not looking for a wild night or some rounds of poker- they are there for the CES (Consumer Electronics Show).
CES gets both professionals and journalists to Nevada for a sample of the emerging technology tendencies that consumers will soon have their hands on. There are various travel gadgets from Consumer Electronics Show 2013. Here is a look at the top seven gadgets.
Wherever you are in this world, it is important to keep a sense of time. But why should you keep track of time when you can follow of your text messages, manage your music as well as run other applications? That is what Pebble Watch promises, a watch that couples with the smartphone of its owner to convey text messages to the e-ink screen of the watch and run apps without the need of taking out the phone. It is very handy where travellers are worried of falling victims to pickpockets or losing their phones while in a foreign country.
Sony Xperia Z
Talking of smartphones, the Sony’s Xperia Z aspires to take up the travellers’ pockets with its five-inch 1080p display. The phone alleges to be water-resistant and can last for 30 minutes submerged in up to a meter of water. However, it is not recommended to take calls while swimming. Videos and photos are a safer bet, although, with the phone’s ability to shoot HDR forage, taking video in 3 different settings and mixing them for a clip that is greater than the total of its parts.
Contour Overnight Backpack
People who have a preference for backpacks to laptop bags do so since backpacks can carry a lot more stuff. Nonetheless, it is often strenuous to dig via the bag when it comes to getting the backpack a security check. Kensington Contour Overnight Backpack discovers the middle ground by offering users a backpack’s carrying capacity and the competence to zip through security. This is thanks to the ability of the bag to divide in half and lie level on an X-ray.
D-Link SharePoint Go II Mobile Router
Staying connected online means staying alive, for business travellers. There are many options like using mobile hot spots, tethering or the good traditional hunt for WiFi. However, travellers who are looking for an all rounded option, they might want to look into this travel gadget. Travellers looking for fast internet connectivity have a choice.
The TrakDot luggage appears more like a synthetic paperweight than electronic luggage tracking system, on the outside. But inside its black and orange shell lies a system connecting to your smartphone. You just leave the tracking gadget in your suitcase or bag and the system sends text notifications or emails to let you know when your luggage has arrived.
Innergie Charge & Sync 3-in-1 USB Cable
Many people were outraged when Apple made an announcement that they were replacing their typical 30-pin connector cables with the smaller lighting port connector. However, owners of iPhones and iPads can still get satisfaction in knowing that developers are producing accessories to suit older Apple products.
If you are on holiday, then you should enjoy yourself as far as relaxing and food is concerned instead of exercising. However, there is FitBit Flex for those devoted to counting calories as well as keeping track of every step on the sandy beach. This is the newest iteration of a digital fitness monitor that users can wear, from FitBit.
Adam is always on the move and loves gadgets that can help him with his work for Thingz Gifts, an online gift store with 35 locations across Western Australia.