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What’s new in Travel Gadgets

By admin | October 7, 2016

The way we travel is certainly evolving and with it the gadgets we take with us. Here are some of the most useful gadgets recently released.

Sand Free Beach Mat


Image source: http://quicksandmat.com.au/


Imagine going to the beach and having a sand free mat. No more sitting on itchy sand or getting it in your belongings. The Quicksand Mat uses a multi weave layers which allow sand to fall through the mat and unable to get back through.

For more information: http://quicksandmat.com.au/

Luggage Scooter

Get tired of carrying your hand luggage around? Why not get luggage scooter to push your bag around? With an easy folding action, padded laptop pouch and sturdy exterior this is perfect for the frequent traveller.


Image source: https://www.microscooters.com.au/scooters/adult-scooters/ml0005-micro-luggage-ii

For more information: https://www.microscooters.com.au/scooters/adult-scooters/ml0005-micro-luggage-ii


Mobi EyeFi SD Card


Image source: http://www.theinquirer.net/inquirer/review/2374139/best-travel-gadgets-2014

Limit the time between transfer pictures between devices. Mobi’s Eyefi SD Card with built in Wi-Fi is ideal for any trip away. You can use the Eyefi Mobi WiFi SD card and respective app to send pictures from your camera to your favourite iOS, Android or Kindle device as you take them. No more waiting to put them on your computer/phone when you get home.

For more information: http://www.eyefi.com/products/mobi-pro


Overboard Waterproof IPhone & IPad Cases


Image source: http://www.theinquirer.net/inquirer/review/2374139/best-travel-gadgets-2014


Those who are more active, and looking for a waterproof smartphone or tablet but want to stay in the iOS ecosystem, need not worry. Overboard’ s waterproof cases mean you can snap pictures, watch movies and send text messages in the wettest of environments without damaging the iPhone or iPad, and without having to consider buying an Android device.

The Overboard cases can be submerged in water up to a depth of 6m, and are supplied with lanyards/shoulder straps so you won’t lose them if you decide to take to the sea. Better still, they fit all models, even the most recent.

For more information: http://www.over-board.co.uk/waterproof-cases/waterproof-phone-cases.html


Leef Bridge 3.0 Mobile USB



Image source: http://www.leefco.com/bridge-3.0-mobile-usb

On a trip, it’s sometimes hard to grab files off your phone without emailing them or using a service like Dropbox. This USB gadget connects into any Android phone or tablet using the Micro USB port. When you do, you can move files over to the 16GB of storage. Then, you can connect to your laptop using the USB connector and transfer files.

From more information: http://www.leefco.com/bridge-3.0-mobile-usb


As time passes, we have seen more and more technology advancements and these gadgets are certainly proof that travel will become even more amazing!

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