Three New Travel Gadgets
Published: August 2009
By Adam Baer, Bree Sposato
T+L road-tested a clutch of new travel gadgets designed to meet your on-the-go needs. Here, three of our favorites.
Nokia’s latest N-series phone tags your photos with GPS coordinates—never again will you wonder how to find that hidden beach in Sardinia. nokiausa.com; $557.
Panasonic Lumix tz50
Panasonic’s nine-megapixel camera connects wirelessly to the Internet and syncs with Google’s free Picasa photo-album software so you can clear out your camera’s memory far from home. panasonic.com; $450.
Consolidate all your chargers and cords. Equipped with 10 adapter tips, this 2 1/2-ounce device juices cell phones, iPods, PDA’s, and even digital cameras in 150 countries. stuffjunction.com; $55.