Most Useful or Coveted Travel Gifts?

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  1. dstober

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    What have you been given or discovered this year that are now absolute musts? What's on your wish list?
    This is on my radar: http://napanywhere.net
     
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    I would like an Acer C720 Chromebook...but just to put linux on it.:cool:
     
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    For in-flight or destination? Or both?
     
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    For both. Unfortunately, chromebooks are not available in Asia yet.:(

    Nice thing about them is at just over US$250. It's the right price point that if it got lost/stolen/damaged, it's not too much of a loss and fairly easy to buy a new one. (unless you live outside America.)
     
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    While I like the Nap Anywhere idea I want a foot rest that is about 24 inches off the floor and large enough to rest my legs on like an ottoman. I have taken to pulling my carryon down and using it but something more compact and portable would be ideal. That's my wish. Oh and a MacBook Air :)
     
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    and it's actually affordable, for giving or selfie!:)
     
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    Have seen several versions (skymall, Magellans,amazon) but this one seems pretty nice & @$15 a good deal: http://www.bedbathandbeyond.com/store/product/travel-footrest/1017735691
     
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    I have one from DIFR in pink leather. Great product, except the TSA always wants me to take the passport out and run the case through scanner. Although I really like that is RFID Protection.
     
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    You are bold, Mapsmith. :)
     
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    Pink Leather was a sales sample that did not sell. So made sense to use it.
     
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