In case you are going to travel and you are not sure which are the right travel gadgets, here are the best gadgets that actually work. Moreover, some of these save you money and time.
Apple Airport Express isn’t just a gadget, it is actually a need and most of the travelers know it.
This is a device that is extending the range of the Wi-Fi network.
The Airport Express has lots of options, including beaming music from the PC to any stereo system, but it can be used as a wireless base station.
It is portable and it can be easily carried, since it’s only 7.58 ounces and it can be put in your computer bag.
Other advantage that comes from this small white gadget is its own private Wi-Fi domain.
All you need to do is just to plug the Ethernet cable into the box as well as the box into an unoccupied outlet.
The price of Airport Express is affordable, only $99.
You are going to visit another country and you don’t know the language: This is no longer a concern. All you need to do is to ask the Franklin Electronics’ 12 language Speaking Global Translator.
This small box really works, especially if you don’t know the language and if you are in a difficult situation.
Its memory contains near 450,000 words and phrases on 12 different languages.
Ever since it’s releasing, this gadget is praised as the best movable dictionary that was ever found.
In case you want more options, just plug in the Ectaco’s speech recognition model that is made with a hand-held scanner for inputting text. This way you can even tell stories on any the languages you want.
Using smart phones for paperless boarding isn’t just a whim; it is a reality in a digital society.
Therefore the Transportation Security Administration is preparing new software that will produce paperless boarding passes.
This means that if you are going to catch a plane, you can download the document with your cell phone or any mobile device, including phone.
Going paperless is already possible as the Continental Airlines was the first to create a software program, which allows paperless boarding.
The program will provide boarding passes as an email, which will be received by the passengers on their smart phones or laptops.