If you’re an avid-traveler looking to extend your Apple line of products, bu aren’t sure what’s best for you, these are our top-three recommendations for the Apple user who wants a little extra convenience.
If you’re an avid-traveler looking to extend your Apple line of products, but aren’t sure what’s best for you, these are our top-three recommendations for the Apple user who wants a little extra convenience.
Apple iPhone 3G
$199 for 8GB, $299 or 16GB
Apple’s iPhone 3G is their quad-band smartphone that will work in almost every country – so no matter your destination, your mobile device will do the trick. With it’s wireless technology, GPS mapping, and, well, a mobile phone that won’t let you down, the newest iPhone is perfect for business or pleasure. It will keep you entertained as it transforms into an iPod, allow you to prepare for your early morning meeting, and snap a photo of the scenery as you whizz by. And this isn’t even the App store, with tons of travel add-ons, and destination specific programs that will make your trip – business or otherwise – a breeze.
$1,999 1.6GHz, $2,749.00 1.86GHz
The paper thin design of this laptop is perfect for the traveller. Despite it only being three pounds, it holds a 128GB hard drive and a 1.6GHz or 1.86GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor. Due to its slim design, it does eliminate some typical aspects we’ve come to love: namely Ethernet ports and a CD/DVD drive. But what is does have are perfect for the business executive: a slick screen with a full-sized/back-lit keyboard, with a built-in camera and microphone, perfect for video conferencing. And the fact that it can slide inside your briefcase without taking up more space than a few sheets of paper is the biggest bonus of all.
Apple World Travel Adapter Kit
Globally charge your iBook, MacBook Pro, PowerBook G4, or iPod from most electrical outlets with a set of six power adapter AC plugs. Designed to work with the white portable power adapter that comes with the iBook, MacBook Pro, and PowerBook G4, it ensures connectivity on your travels, supporting outlets in North America, Japan, China, United Kingdom, Continental Europe, Korea, Australia, and Hong Kong.
AirPort Express Base Station
This little box was originally marketed towards extending the range of your Wi-Fi network you already have, but it also is perfect for the traveller, functioning as a wireless base station. It’s as easy as plugging in an Ethernet cable, turning on your computer, and configuring your own private Wi-Fi domain.
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