Gadgets on the Go

Business travelers want handy technology devices that are easy to charge and carry. Here are a few gadgets that can help with all your travel and business needs.

HP Mini 2140 Notebook – $499
The HP Mini 2140 weighs 2.6 pounds, making it ultra-portable for business professionals on the go. It comes equipped with Wi-Fi Certified WLAN and optional Bluetooth so you can stay connected from any hotspot.

Franklin 12-language Speaking Global Translator – $230
The Franklin Translator is an essential device for communicating and doing business overseas. It lets you hear translated words and phrases in a recorded human voice. The Global Translator has other necessary features like an MP3 Player, local/world clock, calculator and a currency convertor. It handles English, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Russian, Portuguese and Spanish.

Sony Digital Voice Recorder ICD-SX68DR9 – $160
The Sony Digital Voice Recorder is a handy tool for business travelers who want to record notes, memos and ideas from anywhere, at anytime. It uses the innovative Dragon NaturallySpeaking software that translates recordings into print and gives you up to 185 hours of recording time.

Callpod Chargepod V2 – $200
Consolidate your power cords into one with Callpod’s Chargepod V2 multi-device charger. It will charge a laptop, three small electronic devices such as cell phones, cameras or MP3 players, and it includes a 3-port USB Hub to support USB devices.

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Jeff Thompson is managing partner at Windermere Group One. WGO is a member of Windermere Real Estate, a real estate network comprised of 300 offices and more than 6,000 agents throughout the western United States. Jeff is truly passionate about helping build companies by building their people. He leverages his 25-plus years of experience in real estate to coach other managers and brokers. Jeff credits much of his success to hard work and a willingness to partner with good people.

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