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TweakTown's Guide to Taking Your Tech on the Road

Posted on Friday, October 16 2009 @ 05:06:26 CEST by

So, what do you do when you want to “get away”, but really, really want to make sure you are still connected? This is the question that I ask myself every time we pack up the truck for a weekend of camping.

The list goes something like this:

- Tent – (used to be camper)
- Kayaks
- Bikes
- Coolers
- Food
- Sleeping bags
- Laptop, extra battery, surge protector, iPhone...

It is about this time that my wife looks at me and rolls her eyes. I can remember camping when I was a kid and sleeping on the ground, no flashlights, you know the drill. But now at the age of 40 I have evolved; my tastes and likes have changed. In short, I have become a super geek and need my gadgets with me all the time. Read more at TweakTown.



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