Top Portable Gadgets for Business Travelers
Check out Travel Channel's picks for the top gadgets for business.
By: Kayleigh Kulp
David Chan thinks so. "The devices and software I use liberate me from the hassles of remembering everything, save me money and certainly help with my productivity," the San Francisco-based Internet marketing executive of AD Publishing said.
Juggling back-to-back meetings and staying organized while on the go can be challenging. But a few multipurpose, compact products can help business travelers work easier with less. "Over the past few years, there has been a rapid evolution of all-in-one technology road warriors dream about," said Ed Ludwigson, vice president and general manager for Staples Technology Solutions, a business-to-business arm of the Staples office supply retail chain. "Gone are the days of needing a rolling suitcase to lug the necessary devices to conduct business on the road."
You already have a cell phone and computer. Here's a few of our favorite, supplementary portable gadgets, priced from about $15 to $500 (find more accurate pricing information on an item’s website):
Travel writer Kayleigh Kulp also writes about personal finance for FoxBusiness.com.
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