As you’re heading into the weekend, you may be leaving home for a day or two, or thinking ahead to upcoming travel and remembering a dead phone or tablet that dented your day on a past trip.
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Our rsts11travel blog has two posts you may want to check out to prepare for any of the above.
Part 1, the cable edition, helps you upgrade your charging adapter and cable collection to handle modern devices.
Part 2, the battery edition, helps you separate from the wall with chargers that may get you 7 or more full charges on your phone, or three full charges on your tablet.
We have product recommendations for various categories, based on what we’ve bought and carried with us to road shows, conferences like Interop and Cisco Live and Strata+Hadoop World, and vacation getaways. Depending on your shoulders, you might even choose some of these for everyday carry. We do.
So where do we go from here?
Coming up in the next two weeks, probably sooner, will be a two parter on mobile Internet connection handling, with the starter part (Hootoo, Ravpower, and more) on rsts11travel and the advanced part (Cradlepoint, Meraki, and more) here on rsts11.
Probably a couple of weeks past that, the travel side will have a hands-on review of the Invizbox Go travel VPN/TOR router, and over here we’ll try an interesting method for connecting up your Opengear Resilience Gateway. In the mean time, check out our friend John Herbert’s write-up on Opengear’s Remote Site Gateway (ACM7004-5).
Have a safe weekend, and we’ll see you on rsts11 and rsts11travel again soon.