In Pictures: 10 must-have gadgets for the travelling executive

Members of an increasingly mobile workforce can suffer from gadget overload. From smartphones, tablets and notebooks to a wide variety of peripherals for security, battery charging and productivity on the go, deciding which devices to pack can be a daunting challenge. Here are 10 smart gadgets to help you work better while on the go.

ZAGGsparq 2.0 Portable Battery

One perennial problem with the gadgets-heavy lifestyle of a travelling executive is the constant need to keep smartphones and tablets charged. Enter the ZAGGsparq 2.0 portable battery, which was engineered to simultaneously charge two USB-based devices. ZAGG says the ZAGGsparq carries up to four full recharges for most smartphones, or up to 60 percent of an iPad, at the same charging rate of an iPad wall charger. And unlike most portable batteries, the ZAGGsparq plugs directly into a standard wall socket, and four indicator lights offer an instant ability to check the power level of the ZAGGsparq.

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