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.

ioSafe Rugged Portable SSD

Wrapped inside a hefty enclosure made from a solid slab of aluminum, the ioSafe Rugged Portable SSD is crush-resistant to 2,500 pounds (1,133 kilograms) and optimized for data-loss protection against drops of up to 20 feet (six meters). And unlike most other ruggedized storage devices, the Rugged Portable SSD is also designed for a varying amount of tolerance against immersion in water and chemicals. Under the hood, the Rugged Portable SSD is powered by a blistering fast Intel 320 SSD and equipped with a cutting-edge USB 3.0 interface, making for a high-performance portable drive that should leave most competitors in the dust.

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