9 Gadgets You Must Have While Traveling

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2) Portable Hard Drive Or Cloud Storage

It doesn’t take long these days to use up the storage on your phone, camera SD card, tablet or laptop, especially if you like taking video footage. No one has the time during a trip to edit down all of the great photos and footage they’ve shot so, inevitably, people end up overloading their storage. The best way to avoid having to swap SD cards from device to device looking for storage, or make snap judgments on what to keep and what to delete, is to travel with an external hard drive. It is now possible to buy incredibly lightweight, pocket-sized external hard drives that can store a huge amount of data ensuring you’ll never have to deal with the dreaded ‘storage full’ notification ever again.

Another option is to set up cloud storage, which is offered by many companies, including Amazon.com and Google. The downside to this option is that you are going to need an internet connection on vacation in order to upload all your files to the cloud service and if you use your mobile plan, data transfers can be expensive.

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