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Best Tech Finds for the Digital Traveler

When you’re traveling, you usually want things to go as smooth as possible, preferably in the most efficient way. Well, with the latest and greatest tech finds, from a double iPad case and stand, the perfect in-ear headphone, to mobile mini PlayStation, you really can get the most of out of your getaway!

Canon PowerShot SX230 HS

The Canon PowerShot SX230 HS is a top choice if you want a long zoom lens in a camera that can fit in your pocket. Equipped with GPS technology that’ll automatically tag your photos with time and locations, grab it in black, red (shown above) or blue. $350; usa.cannon.com.

Logitech Keyboard Case for iPad 2

Still not getting the hang of your iPad’s touch screen? Cut from aircraft-grade aluminum, this snazzy iPad 2 case from Logitech pops off to instantly became an iPad stand complete with a Bluetooth-enabled keyboard. $100; logitech.com.

Sony Ericsson Xperia PLAY

Here is the next best thing to a mobile, miniature PlayStation: The latest in Sony Ericsson’s Xperia line delivers the smartphone functionality teamed with an immersive gaming experience that any gamer could dream of. $200; sonyericsson.com.

DeLorme Earthmate PN-60W+ SPOT Satellite Communicator
 

When cell phones fail, SPOT’s Communicator saves the call. This little device can send texts from pretty much anywhere on earth, pinpointing the user’s exact location. Its companion, the Earthmate, provides an extremely detailed map. $450; delorme.com.

 

IronKey Personal USB

Protected with military-grade AES 256-bit encryption, your information is safe and unaccessable without the correct password with IronKey Personal USB. Fully waterproof and tamper-resistant, this thing is the definition of indestructable. From $80; ironkey.com.

Klipsch X10i Headphones

Audio leader Klipsch’s in-ear phones come with an iPhone- and iPad-compatible microphone and three-button remote control. Although not completely noise-canceling, they fit so snugly in the ear that they block out most external sounds. $350; klipsch.com.

Source: Departures Magazine.

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