$359.99; sam­sung.com

Business Traveler (USA) - - TECHNOLOGY OF THINGS -

No big­ger than a busi­ness tiny ex­ter­nal stor­age de­vice can back up an im­pres­sive one ter­abyte of data, while weigh­ing just 1 oz. It has read/write speeds of 450 Mbps (so it’s fast), USB 3.0, data en­cryp­tion, and is com­pat­i­ble with both Mac and Win­dows com­put­ers. With its laser-cut pat­tern­ing and coal-black metal chas­sis, it has won nu­mer­ous awards for its de­sign. Smaller (and, con­se­quently, cheaper) 250GB and 500GB ver­sions are avail­able for $84.99 and $164.99 re­spec­tively.

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iPhone 6/6 Plus to take even more stun­ning pho­tos. By com­bin­ing four in­di­vid­ual ad­vanced-op­tic lenses into a sin­gle body, users can now choose to cap­ture stun­ning pic­tures us­ing the Macro or 15x Macro lenses. This nifty ac­ces­sory can be at­tached to both the front and rear-fac­ing cam­eras of the iPhone, mak­ing it an ex­cel­lent thanks to a clever patented de­sign by Ol­lo­clip. Users can sim­ply clip it onto their sec­onds with­out any ex­tra parts needed.

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NTEL COM­PUTE STICK con­nected drive will plug into most com­puter mon­i­tors and smart TVs, giv­ing you in­stant ac­cess to a full Win­dows 8.1 ex­pe­ri­ence. You can also use a key­board and mouse, ei­ther by USB or Blue­tooth. It has a quad-core pro­ces­sor, 2GB of RAM and will link to WiFi net­works. Even bet­ter,

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LOG­ITECH KEYS-TO-GO three months be­tween charges, de­pend­ing on use. It comes with a durable, splash-proof skin in blue, red or black. If you of­ten work on the go, this is an in­valu­able piece of gear for your ar­mory.

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