Electronics Travel Packing List Items
These are Electronic Travel Packing List items that you may want to take on your trip. If you are flying be sure to check for restrictions on carrying on and packing extra batteries.
These are electronics travel packing list items that you may want to take on your trip. Electronics are commonplace now and people frequently travel with them. If you are travelling to a foreign country, be sure to check out what their electicity is. In North America, it is 110 volts, but in many countries in the world, it varies from about 100 volts to 240 volts so you may need to use an electric voltage converter. Electrical plugs are also different in many countries, so you may need electrical plug adaptors as well. For example, in Mexico, the electricity is 110 volts, but there are only 2 plugs in the plug in, so if you have a 3 plug plug, i.e. with the ground plug, you can't use it without an adaptor. It is also very common to take a travel alarm clock on a trip. The most common electronics item to take is a cellphone. Be it your Blackberry, iPhone, Samsung Galaxy, or Windows phone, or another cell phone, almost everybody travels with one nowdays. Be sure to take your charger and/or cable to be able to charge your phone. The next most popular electronics item is probably a mp3 music player such as an iPod, or an AM/FM radio. Along with these frequently people bring headphones or earphones. Some people also bring game players such as a Gameboy. Also popular are DVD players and DVDS to watch movies. Many travellers now also bring laptop computers or netbook computers or tablets, such as the iPad. With your computer you will normally need to bring along a LAN cable, power supply and cable, mouse, and maybe a flash drive. Very popular now are eBook readers such as the Kindle. Some other electronics that you may want to bring are a calculator, an electronic language translator, and a personal alarm. So, these are a list of common electronics items that you may want to take on your trip and to add to your travel packing list.
This page was last reviewed and updated on December 13, 2012