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Minigorilla with iPad adaptor
Cost: $199.99 Where to get it: Powertraveller Why it's a good choice: The Minigorilla provides a portable charging source for all your portable gadgets. Running out of power is a fact of life on the road, so be prepared.
Cost: $250 Where to get it: Shop around Why it's a good choice: Deliver presentations direct from your BlackBerry, no laptop required. Saves the whole "pull the notebook out" routine at airport security.
Nigel Leather Travel Wallet
Cost: $99.95 Where to get it: Rushfaster Why it's a good choice: We can forgive it for being called Nigel, because it is red. Also, as well as the expected card and passport slots, it has storage for two SIMs. Neat.
Cost: $49.95 Where to get it: Shop around Why it's a good choice: No more cursing because you can't get differently shaped and oriented adaptors to plug in — the Powerhand has six separate leads connected.
Hookturn BYO Cup
Cost: From $10.95 Where to get it: Hookturn Why it's a good choice: If you're on the road, you'll end up buying takeaway coffee. This offers a greener alternative to disposable cups and won't break in your luggage.
Cost: Around $10 Where to get it: Shop around Why it's a good choice: A basic rule for any traveller is to travel with a powerboard. Consider it as a Secret Santa option.