We all have that friend or family member who is constantly on the road or catching red-eyed flights. Maybe you yourself are that globetrotter. Either way, we’ve rounded up seven tech gifts that can help travelers stay one step ahead of jet lag.
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The most important device to take on a flight is a pair of noise-canceling headphones. The Nuraphone is exceptional at providing solace from that screaming child two rows back thanks to its sophisticated sound-canceling technology.
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2. Nintendo Switch
The Nintendo Switch works just as well on the move as when it’s plugged into a TV. It comes standard with two controllers, features an impressive slate of games and can last hours before needing a charge. What better way to pass a plane ride than by scoring first place in Mario Kart?
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3. iPad Pro
The iPad’s slim design, long battery life, large screen and folding cover make it an ideal travel companion. You can use it to read, surf the web or even pass the time with games.
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These little tracking devices can be slipped into your bag and send an alert to your smartphone if you accidentally leave it in the airport lounge. Tile offers subscribers a steady stream of new batteries and a 30-day history of your device’s locations.
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5. RAVPower travel battery
Portable batteries can save you from joining the throngs of travelers who crowd around airports’ power outlets. The RAVPower travel battery is an economical, powerful device that can keep your gadgets juiced during even the longest travel days.
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6. ThinkANT multi-ended charging cable
Until manufacturers finally adopt USB-C for all of their devices, it’s likely that you’ll need to carry several different charging cables. Thankfully, multi-ended charging cables can mitigate this headache. The ThinkANT device, for example, features USB-A, Lightning, micro-USB and USB-C connections.
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7. Modoker Vintage Laptop Backpack
This backpack can simplify rummaging through your carry-on. It features an integrated, easily accessible USB charging port to suit any device with that configuration. At $26, the Modoker is also quite a travel steal.
This article originally appeared on GearBrain and was syndicated by MediaFeed.org.
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