Ten must-have tech travel gadgets
A guide to the latest, most essential travel devices to make your next flight business ready
Not only does the ONE from Swiss startup Jey&em have an integrated but removable power pack for charging while you travel, it also has a detachable laptop bag and sleeve to keep your tech handy during airport security checks and your flight.
If you can’t quite last a long-haul flight without plugging in, Dell has the answer. Its Latitude 7400 has the best battery staying power in a business machine. Dell claims 26 hours in some circumstances, but you can certainly rely on 13 to 15 hours.
Two-way translation device
Pocketalk translates any combination of 74 languages at warp speed instantly, even in complex business discussions. It needs Wi-Fi or a 4G connection but is better than using a translation app on your phone as it can be passed across the negotiating table.
Kokoon, from a young London startup, is a snug, wearable sleeping aid that works with a phone app to help travellers get in those precious zzzs, whether on the plane or in a hotel (it’s wearable even when your head is on a pillow). Handily, it also doubles as a pair of over-ear headphones.