Going through security can be one of the most stressful parts of travel. Our guide to electronics at airport security will help you get through with ease.
When e-readers first started to become popular a few years ago I was firmly in the anti camp. Before moving to Korea in 2011, my parents gifted me a Kindle Keyboard with 3G and soon I was praising the Kindle to everyone who would listen.
Some people say that they prefer the “authentic reading experience” of opening a real book. To me, a book is a book – either in paper form or electronic, all that matters are the words.
I love my Kindle and wouldn’t be without it. Travelling without a Kindle would be a sad state of affairs – not to mention the sore shoulders you’ve have from all those books in your bag!
My basic keyboard kindle has been worth every penny. That initial $80 investment has saved me more than just frustration and back pain, it’s saved me money too.
I could survive as a digital nomad freelance writer without my Kindle, but having it is definitely an advantage. I have the Kindle Keyboard 3G and I use it in a lot of ways to enhance my lifestyle and my job.
In my opinion, there’s not even a contest between the Kindle 3G and the Fire. The Fire was different because it took into account the reality that most technologically savvy people, especially travelers, demanded a plurality of services in one convenient unit.
It seems that most travelers can’t leave without a computer of some sort, and the netbook, because of its size, is super popular. Heather reviews her netbook and tells why she chose it in the first place.