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Nomad gadgets for every PT and expat’s holiday gift list

Nomad gadgets for every PT and expat's holiday gift list

Dateline: Tbilisi, Georgia

Here at Nomad Capitalist, we’re always looking for ways to be more free and make every moment of life as valuable and efficient as possible. One way that’s really made this nomadic, entrepreneurial life possible is the use of technology and nomad specific gadgets.

In fact, I believe that there are several “nomad gadgets” that can immediately make the life of every expat entrepreneur more dynamic and free of hassle.

The following list is a catalog of the products that we recommend to anyone pursuing this sort of lifestyle:

  1. Primera Trio Portable All-in-One Printer with Scanner and Copier

This 2.7 lb printer can easily be stored in your backpack and is able to print, copy and scan in color. It essentially has all of the features of your printer at home, except you can carry it with you and connect it to both your laptop and mobile devices.

  1. Solio Xcellerator

The Solio Xcellerator is a solar panel that is able to rapidly charge your iPad, computer or other devices, even in low light conditions.

  1. Diskin Tech Ultra Premium Headphones

This noise cancelling, Bluetooth headset allows you to answer phone calls hands free with a built in microphone.

As anyone who travels for business knows, one of the least pleasurable aspects of taking a phone call on the road is the background noise that makes it difficult for both parties on the call to hear each other. This headset is the solution to that problem.

  1. StandStand Bamboo

The StandStand Bamboo is a portable standing desk.  

It can be used anywhere to transform a table or desk into a standing desk. It collapses to the size of a laptop, weighs less than two pounds, and takes only seconds to assemble. It’s also made entirely of sustainable materials.

  1. Getac T800

The Getac T800 is a powerful, rugged tablet that runs Windows 8.1 pro. It’s built to survive in the most dangerous of conditions, and thus it comes with a 3 year “Bumper-to-Bumper Warrantee” that will be honored if it stops working for any reason.

  1. TUMI Electric Adaptor

An electric adaptor is essential for any international traveler, but a good one is even more so. Prior to my conference in Cancun last year, my laptop was fried before the conference even started because the electric adaptor that I was using didn’t do its job. Soon after, I switched to a TUMI adaptor and haven’t had a problem since.

Tip: pair it with a Belkin SurgePlus USB Swivel Charger, this portable surge protector will allow you to charge up to 5 devices at once.

  1. WaterField Designs Bolt Briefcase

The Bolt Briefcase straddles the casual and professional life. It’s a small, useful bag that will hold all your travel gear, but professional enough to carry into a meeting.

  1. The Slingbox 500

Watch your favorite shows anywhere you are in the world. As long as you have an internet connection, your Slingbox will let you watch live and recorded shows from your TV back home.

  1. Bose SoundLink Mini 2

This portable, Bluetooth speaker by Bose gives you full, natural sound with dramatically deeper bass than you’d expect anywhere you go. It comes with a rechargeable battery that will play music for up to 10 hours.

  1. Nokia Treasure Tag

The Nokia Treasure Tag is a lifesaver for any traveler who knows what it’s like to leave something behind accidentally while you’re traveling.

Attach the Nokia Treasure Tag to your belongings and it will alert you when you’re about to leave them behind. If you still do end up losing them, you can use the Treasure Tag app to locate your belongings via GPS.

  1. TwelveSouth Compass 2

The TwelveSouth Compass is a tablet stand for your iPad. It is small and portable, yet durably made with heavy gauge steel.

  1. FujiFilm X-T1

Weighing in at less than one pound, the X-T1 is FujiFilm’s best camera yet. Whether it’s travel pictures you’re taking for pleasure or you need professional pictures for your work, this is the camera to choose.

  1. ZAGG Pocket Keyboard

The ZAGG Pocket Keyboard, is a wireless, Bluetooth keyboard that is the solution to on the go, smartphone typing.

  1. Blue Yeti Pro

For those of us hosting podcasts — or anyone else who wants to record high-quality audio — you need a podcast microphone. The Yeti Pro can capture digital audio with up to four times the clarity found on CDs.

  1. Sony MDR-7506

Whether you’re podcasting or listening to music, the Sony MDR-7506 gives you studio quality audio in the comfort of your home.

While many of the items on this list are newly developed gadgets designed to fit a new, growing lifestyle, the MDR-7506 has been in the Sony lineup for over 20 years and is still as popular as ever.

  1. TUMI Large Auto Close Umbrella

This is the ultimate example of what can be accomplished by employing an abundance mindset. Although there’s no fancy technology involved with this umbrella, it’s a quality item which is all that matters.

I could have easily bought and gone through 10 cheap umbrellas on my last trip through Vietnam, but instead my TUMI umbrella kept me dry and saved me a great deal of time and unneeded hassle.

If you’re going to be successful in your entrepreneurial journey, it’s decisions like these that will help you get ahead, whether you’re making investments in your business or your life.

What other gadgets have you found useful in your travels? Feel free to share below.


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