“Travel leaves you speechless”. But COVID-19 and the growing cost of living, many of us are forced to examine our business and leisure excursions with greater caution.
On the other side, there are signs that the tourist industry is gradually recovering, so we may be able to plan two holidays shortly.
Travelling is good for Healthy Line. It is far too simple to delay packing until the last minute, stuffing everything into a single bag and crossing your fingers that you haven’t missed anything, even though trip planning and paperwork requirements may be more complex than in the past. Nevertheless, there is essential travel equipment and devices that you can store in a dedicated drawer and retrieve when you’re ready to travel if you’re like me. This makes travelling less stressful and reduces the amount of baggage you must carry.
Whether you are travelling for business or pleasure, I have compiled a list of some portable devices for 2022.
NIU-made charger and portable power pack
I usually bring INIU’s power pack on long-distance trips to prevent my phone, Kindle, and Nintendo Switch from running out of juice. The battery pack has a good charging capacity and many connections. Although other options are available, such as the Anker product line, which offers a larger charging capacity and a more comprehensive number of connector types, I prefer this pack due to its portability and lightweight.
Hex technical bag pack
The Hex technical backpack is a travel bag created from water-resistant, sturdy, heavy-duty textiles to reduce wear and tear. The antibacterial coating, magnetic laptop pocket, and several organiser slots, including a slot for your passport, are all standard on Hex’s rugged and long-lasting backpack, which will serve you for a considerable amount of time. In addition, the bag has a wireless charging pocket that allows you to use either Hex’s proprietary charger or a charger of your choosing to power your electrical devices.
Epica universal travel adapter
An adapter should be one of the first items you bring while travelling. This is since nothing is more aggravating than arriving at your destination only to discover that none of your electronic devices can be charged there.
Although affordable adapters for specific countries are available, the best solution is to get a global adapter. This way, you won’t have to worry about not having the proper connector when required. The travel adapter from Epicka includes the correct prong arrangement for more than 150 countries and many USB connection ports.
Bose QuietComfort 45 Headphones
When I travel, my Bose QuietComfort 45 headphones are one of the items I cannot leave behind. Even though I had to purchase replacement ear cups for my Bose headphones after several years of use, I still believe they are a worthwhile investment for frequent travellers. Obviously, Bose headphones may also be utilised daily, whether at home or on a commute and off course, it makes a healthy line.
Suppose you like to listen to music while being aware of your surroundings. In that case, the Bose QuietComfort 45 headphones are equipped with a “hear-through” feature, active noise-cancelling technology, and Bluetooth connectivity. These headphones also include active noise-cancelling technology.
Portable SideTrak monitors
Since many of us now divide our time between working from home, the office, and when travelling, you may want to consider getting one or two portable monitors to increase your productivity while working remotely.
While laptops are convenient for travel, there are times when you want a larger display. SideTrak’s portable monitors with 14-inch panels, 16:9 aspect ratios, and Full High Definition offer an alternative to consider (1080p). The monitors are provided with power through USB or mini-HDMI after installation.