Travel Tech Accessories For 2017: Make Traveling Easy


“It doesn’t stop being magic just because you know how it works.”Terry Pratchett, The Wee Free Men

In today’s day and age, travel tech accessories have become so widespread that literally everyone between the ages 7-77 has some form in their possession. If it’s not a smartphone, it’s a laptop; if not a laptop, chances are it’s a tablet. Maybe not even a tablet, but an iPod or MP3 player. Be that as it may, these things shouldn’t only be used for having fun and enjoying everyday life. They possess countless features that can prove very helpful when traveling. Therefore, we, your travel maniacs at have complied a list of the 5 most helpful gadgets you’d be wise to bring along the next time you feel like hitting the road.

5. Smartphone Lenses

You probably already know about smartphone lenses. After all, what better way to create memories from your travels than taking a ton of pics? Here’s where it gets interesting. Less expensive than bulky DSLRs and intuitive for casual photographers, the Mpow Clip-On 180 Degree Supreme Fisheye Lens does the deed perfectly to create a fish-eye lens effect for photos. Smartphones with a maximum 13mm diameter lens could benefit from this nifty gadget that many perceive to be the king of convenient travel tech accessories.

4. Bluetooth Speakers

Music is an essential part of travel and smartphones can deliver tons of party-making tunes. However, smartphone speakers tend to not fare well against the crashing waves and the ambient noise of crowds in the area. Enter the Lava Brightsounds Bluetooth speaker. This thing is all about traveling with music and style because of its size and its eponymous lava lamp. Yes, you read that right – it comes with its own lava lamp. Perfect for night of chilling or dancing by the beach, this is also another highly popular member of the travel tech accessories family you’d be wise to consider.

3. “Smart” Suitcase

What is a “smart” suitcase anyway? Anybody in social media may have seen photos of the upcoming travel tech trend. Bags that can charge devices on the go or collect solar energy to use for recharging devices, as well as the bag’s electronic facilities itself? It’s no longer just a dream. Bluesmart is a smart carry-on bag that’ll never get lost – it literally tracks itself. The owner simply registers their smartphone and becomes the only one who’s able to unlock the luggage. Interestingly, it allows one to check the weight of their luggage at any time. How’s that for cool travel tech accessories?

2. Mobile Wi-Fi

Internet access has long been precious for every beach trip. Travelers wishing to upload their travel selfies quickly or those who are working on a serious project by the beach need mobile Wi-Fi to cap their inflating and expensive data roaming services. So, we give you the TP-Link M7350. It’s a simple device that allows any SIM card with an LTE service function and a 32GB micro SD slot to share or upload pictures from an SD card. Sure, it might cost you a bit more at first, but in the long run, you’ll be able to upload content whenever you feel like it completely hassle-free. Why not make life easier on yourself?

1. Our Favorite Among Travel Tech Accessories: Power Banks

Because, you can never have too much power, right? It’s a good idea to always carry a power bank. Solar chargers are amazing when heading to tropical destinations. The SP-SC-0015 in particular is cheap, and provides about 5000mAh of power to travelers’ devices. To put that in perspective, it means one could charge a tablet three times with a fully charged SP-SC-0015. The solar power bank itself is also collision-proof and has a 1.2w solar panel attached in its front that charges the battery under the sun aside from its USB charging port. When it comes to travel tech accessories, it doesn’t get much better than that, folks.

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