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.

Kensington AbsolutePower Laptop Charger

Perfect for the busy executive, the Kensington AbsolutePower is a slim laptop charger that is capable of charging two USB-based devices while simultaneously powering a standard laptop. Interchangeable smart tips offer compatibility with major laptop brands, essentially guaranteeing the ability to work with future laptop purchases. The 2.1A capability of the built-in USB ports means that the device will charge iPad tablets as well as smartphones. And even when workers are travelling without a laptop, the versatile characteristics of the AbsolutePower device may still make it desirable as a lightweight, dual-port USB charger.

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