For travelers who are constantly on the go, there is nothing more frustrating than losing charger battery power at the end of the day. Fortunately, Panasonic has an ideal solution that allows travelers to provide a reliable energy boost to their chargers in a quick and convenient fashion. The QE-AL201K Mobile Travel Charger is capable of charging two USB devices, as well as recharging its own 5,000-mAh lithium-ion travel battery, so you’ll never be out of juice. Additionally, the battery holds so much power that it can charge a cellphone twice, making it the perfect travel companion for individuals with long flights and no access to outlets when up in the air. Best of all, the charger only costs around $60, so you don’t have to worry about breaking the bank to charge your devices.
Portable projectors devices
If you’re like many individual’s in today’s world who have traded their televisions in for the convenience of watching movies online, you’ll be thrilled to know you can now hold your very own movie screenings in your home or office with a few clicks of a button. the ZTE pro allows you to stream content from USB drives, Google Play apps and more. Simply hook this portable projector up to any compatible device and you can project your favorite programs and movies right onto the wall. The device also works well for business presentations. You can purchase the projector for $500, or sign up with AT&T for a 2-year contract for an additional $100 off.
No More Wet Gadgets
The Kensington EVAP Wet Electronics Rescue Pouch is an ideal solution for individuals who take their devices everywhere, including out on the water. If your device lands in the water or becomes the victim of an unfortunate spill, this pouch can help prevent water damage. It features a drying agent that wicks away moisture so you don’t have to worry about soaking your device in rice in order to save it. The pouch costs $15, and while the manufacturer does not guarantee your device will be saved, it can definitely provide additional security in the event of a wet situation.
Enhance Your Listening Pleasure
If you’re looking to add some extra sound power to your tablet, The SoundCover folio speaker case from Onanoff provides the dual benefit of boosting sound power and protecting your tablet from scratches, accidental drops and wear and tear. Best of all, the speaker can be synced with your Bluetooth with the flip of the kickstand. The folio can hold both the iPad Air and iPad Air 2, and features a powerful built-in microphone. The folio costs around $200 and comes with a 3,300-mAh lithium polymer battery, 3.5 mm cable, USB charger and a carrying bag.