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  • What's New, What's Hot: November 2013 - 1 of 5

    What's New, What's Hot: November 2013

    What's New, What's Hot is Travel Weekly's look at useful and fun travel gadgets, edited by Joe Rosen. First up, the Satechi Smart Travel Router. In addition to functioning as a typical router, it can turn a wired Internet connection into wireless by acting as an access point. It can also be used as a repeater to connect an existing network and amplify it. Finally, the Smart Travel Router can also connect a smart TV or video game console via an Ethernet cable, enabling the connected device to connect wirelessly to the Internet.

  • What's New, What's Hot: November 2013 - 2 of 5

    What's New, What's Hot: November 2013

    This multi-plug has far fewer aspirations than the aforementioned Smart Travel Router and also costs significantly less money. Offered by the trusted National Geographic Store, the Compact Universal Travel Adapter comes with four built-in international plugs that you can access with a simple flip of a switch for powering up your electronic devices in more than 150 countries. If you find a place where the Smart Travel Router won't fit, be sure to let us know (when you get home and can finally plug in).

  • What's New, What's Hot: November 2013 - 3 of 5

    What's New, What's Hot: November 2013

    Dubbed "the human kickstand" by some, Mogo is a super-sturdy, fully collapsible seat that, at 2 pounds, can fit unfurled in your tote bag, carry-on or backpack. Featuring a reversible rubber foot for grass or hard surfaces, this well-designed, uni-pole product is made of extruded and anodized aluminum, rubber and fiberglass-reinforced nylon. In use, Mogo forms one-third of a tripod, with your legs completing the three legs of a stool. Mogo is perfect for waiting in line, attending outdoor concerts and similar activities.

  • What's New, What's Hot: November 2013 - 4 of 5

    What's New, What's Hot: November 2013

    No, the MicroTouch Switchblade is not the weapon of choice in productions of "West Side Story." Rather, it is an all-in-one grooming aid men who think even the tidy Multigroom (next item) is a bit of a burden on a trip and want to travel light, real light (the device weighs only 14.1 ounces). This six-piece set trims hair any place you can grow it. The Switchblade's unique design offers a lighted mini- and a full-size trimmer and four snap-on guides (two each for the maxi and mini trimmers).

  • What's New, What's Hot: November 2013 - 5 of 5

    What's New, What's Hot: November 2013

    Just the thing for men who always want to look neat and trim whether on a business trip or a resort vacation, the Philips Norelco Multigroom Plus includes eight attachments, among them a clipper, a trimmer, a detail trimmer for a more defined look, a nose-hair trimmer, a detail foil shaver, beard and mustache comb and a stubble comb, whatever that is. With enough settings to satisfy even the most self-conscious of men, the Multigroom kit, which includes a storage pouch, is water-resistant and easily cleaned.

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