Hot New Travel Gadgets

The CES - Consumer Electronic Show - was held about two weeks ago in Las Vegas, Nevada and our friends from BudgetTravel visited with the only intention to find the coolest and newest travel gadgets. They came up with a list of ten very useful pieces of electronic devices created with the traveler in mind. From foldable tablets to jawbones and backpackes, these are some of the items they found, and of course we have our own gadget to add. ;)

The Sony P

This new foldable tablet will be ready to come to the market on March, but for now you should be thinking how to use it during your trips and also, how to connected to a WiFi service.

 The Powerbag

Now, this is a very neat piece of equipment. A back pack that you can roll or carry wherever you want and contains a battery charger with charger cables to keep the power flowing through iPads, iPods and iPhones while you walk.

 Polaroid Z340

This new Polaroid is a 14 megapixel digital camera that allows you to have instant pictures on the spot of you and your fellow travelers. Very powerful indeed.

TripButler WiFi



Although we were not able to be on the CES or the wonderful review from BudgetTravel, we cannot leave you without this very special recommendation. TripButler WiFi is the new rentable WiFi device for frequent travelers. This small gadget allows you to connect up to five devices when you're on the go, and the best of all, it assures you to avoid roaming fees while abroad. Thinking on how to use all the gadgets you can power up without worrying about roaming fees? Here's the solution.

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