The Tech You Should Take On Holiday

Tech has done a lot for making the world better, bit by bit. People carry around smartphones in their pockets, allowing them to connect to anyone else in the world wherever they are. Natural disasters and humanitarian crises are made easier to cope with via technology, and more and more people are getting into the tech development field simply because it’s so interesting, and there’s so much more to discover!

And one of the biggest sectors technology can help you out in is the travel industry. If you’re someone who likes to travel a lot, then you’re someone who needs to start packing your suitcase with new and improved tech pieces to help you on your journey. And here’s a few of the best suggestions you should take notice of for your next trip away.

There’s always something exciting about being able to snap an amazing or creative shot of a foreign city, but that’s not the only kind of travel technology there is out there!

A Drone

You want the best shot of the mountains you can’t reach on foot, don’t you? Well with a drone, you can snap as many pictures of the tops of trees and the cityscape without even needing to scale a building! You’ll get hundreds of professional pictures to sort through and edit when you’re home again; it’s the best way to build up your travel portfolio.

If you don’t own a drone, and have no idea where you could get one, check out OmniView Tech for cheap prices and a wide range. Take a drone with you next time you go away and see how the world opens up for you to view!

A Powerbank

We all worry about how long our phone battery is going to last, so you need to make sure you’ve got something like a powerbank to take with you. You never want to be stranded in the middle of nowhere whilst your phone (the only link you have to the rest of the world!) is on 1%!

Don’t let yourself be caught off guard, and make sure you’re beating the battery at its own game. Buy yourself two power banks when you next go shopping; one for home use, and one to keep charged up and already packed in your typical carry-on.

Some Mobile WIFI

You never want to have to pay data roaming charges, and when you’ve got an internet dongle or a mobile wifi router along with you, you’re not going to have to. Although be careful about the deal you go in for, as wifi on dongles are capped at a certain MB amount, and some routers still require you to pay a data charge (but only once, which is great if you’ve got two or more people using the same router!).

Taking tech on holiday can really start to weigh your suitcase down, so make sure you’re only ever taking the best. You never know when you’re going to need something useful when abroad!

About Will Chatham

Will Chatham is the Security Assessment Engineer for Arbor Networks. Since Netscape 2.0, he has worked in a wide array of environments including non-profit, corporate, small business, and government. He started as a web developer, moved into Linux system administration, and ultimately found his place as a security professional. Having most recently conquered the OSCP certification, Will continues to hack his way into various things in an effort to make them more secure.
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