A 1 TB external hard drive can allow you to expand your computer’s memory. It can also be used to back up your important files in case of computer malfunction or crashing. A 1 terabyte drive definitely gives you some significant boost, as a terabyte is 1,024 gigabytes (2.40 bytes) or one trillion bytes. If it is highly portable, and many of these drives are, it’s easy to transfer lots of information between different computers as you may need to.
Pack your socks and underwear into separate mesh laundry bags. This will allow you to gain easy access to these every day items without having to disrupt your suitcase too much.
In case someone does get through the doors or windows, get a hand or battery-portable computer monitor motion sensor. Set it somewhere that will cover the main traffic areas in your apartment before you go to bed.
The Firelite is available in Firewire or USB connection. The USB model is quiet and fast, supporting the 2.0 transfer rate of 480 Mbps. It’s also compatible with the 1.1 port at slower transfer speeds.
Most gadget guys and gals will use more than 4 ports these days, i.e.: mouse, keyboard, scanner, printer, VOIP device, external hard drives, card readers, iPods, iPhones and web cams to name a few.
In terms of price, portable Bluetooth speakers are slightly more expensive than standard speakers. Typically, the work through USB or single pin adapters. Major brands are Logitech, Altec Lansing, Creative, and Bose. Many speakers are designed specifically to work with an iPod and have special docks to play from the iPod directly, without any cables. If you are a heavy iPod user, you should look to buy one of these.
Bring a voice recorder. They take up little room and are ideal for recording verbal descriptions, times, dates, places, sounds and people’s names whilst out and about, rather than relying on memory and writing them down later.
This can cause back pain later on. Look for a backpack that is comfortable when you wear it, and that distributes the weight of your laptop computer evenly across your back, so you won’t lean to one side or the other. It might seem insignificant now, but it can save you from back pain in the future.