There are many places on the web to find tech gadgets. I usually go to my flipboard app – https://flipboard.com/, for my tech info.
Below are two great articles about the best tablets out on the net. Of course there are a ton more. If you haven’t yet tried the free Flipboard app it is a blast. All kinds of magazines of your choosing for free.
Here is part of the article –
Some people use tablets for portable entertainment; others use them as a tool for staying productive on the go. After speaking with tech experts and digging into user reviews, we found that the best tablet will have fast processing speeds and a clear display, plus intuitive functions that match your needs.
Please click here for the full article – https://www.reviews.com/best-tablet/
Here is part of the second article –
Do you hate those click-bait, travel slideshows of Best Travel products for 2016 where you have to click 20 pages to see each recommendation? Me too! Here is your one-page, quick guide to the 17 Best Travel Items we recommend for 2017 (Especially for those travelers who don’t follow the crowds, who volunteer in far-off countries, who like adventure travel and/or follow their instincts rather than a map):
The Luminaid PackLite solar powered light1.) The LuminAid PakLight – Solar-charging, small, inflatable lantern or flashlight, and inexpensive at $10.00. Leave it behind as a gift, or keep it in your bag at all times as an emergency light for your next backpack or camping trip! (You might also want to consider a headlamp. It looks dorky but it is useful for hands-free reading on the plane, or any place you want light. You can always hold it in your hand as a flashlight when you want to! You don’t have to always wear it on your head.)
Please click here for the full article – https://www.gninsurance.com/blog/news-and-helpful-links/travel-items-for-2017/
“The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only one page.” – Saint Augustine
Get travel medical insurance for your peace of mind and wallet – www.gninsurance.com.
- “Each year, 1.3 million people are killed and 20–50 million are injured in motor vehicle crashes worldwide….and 25,000 of the deaths are among tourists. Nearly half of medical evacuations back to the United States are the result of a car crash, and a medical evacuation can cost upward of $100,000″ – https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel/page/road-safety.