I am Nancy, a tech enthusiast and freelance blogger by profession. I enjoy researching and writing about the latest gadgets that hit the market, which is what led me to this blog.

As soon as you park your car at the airport and walk into the terminal you know there is only a few minutes until you hand over your luggage. You start to think if there is anything you might have forgotten about. It’s important to take everything with you on holiday, so we’re going to look at a few gadgets you might want to think about getting.

LifeProof iPhone Case

(http://www.lifeproof.com/en/why-lifeproof/proofs/)

LifeProof iPhone Case

Even when most people go on holiday they can’t put their phone down for a second. You might have a good reason why you need to take it with you everywhere you go. Just be careful because if you’re on holiday there is a good chance you’ll be at the beach, on a boat, or sitting around a swimming pool. The LifeProof iPhone case is waterproof, so if your phone is inside it you won’t need to worry about accidently falling into the water.

Speedo MP3 Player

(http://www.speedo.com/collections/electronics/speedoaquabeat/speedoaquabeat_1.html)

When you’re lying around the pool trying to relax you might want to listen to music. If there are kids splashing around your MP3 player could get soaking wet, which is why you should think about taking a waterproof one with you. The Speedo Aquabeat MP3 player is great and it obviously comes with waterproof headphones too. That means you can even go swimming in the water while wearing it if you attach it to your swim shorts.

Comfy Commuter Pillow

(http://www.comfycommuter.com/)

You might be able to fall asleep within 2 minutes of your head hitting the pillow when you’re lying in bed, but it’s a different ballgame when you’re stuck in cattle class tens of thousands of feet above the ground. This great travel pillow will help you get to sleep a little easier and it’s actually quite attractive compared to most other ones on the market. It doesn’t take up much room, so once you’re finished using it you can just slip it back into your bag.

HERO3 Camera

(http://gopro.com/cameras/hd-hero3-black-edition)

GoPro is definitely the best company in the world when it comes to extreme cameras. I say extreme because it’s the kind you can throw around and it will still shoot quality photos and videos. You might not jump out of an airplane when you’re on holiday, but if you have the HERO3 camera you can take it on rollercoasters and boats. The new model is the best yet because it’s more powerful than ever before, plus it’s a lot smaller than previous models.

Geneva Sound System

(http://www.genevalab.com/sound/th_th/genevasound-xs/)

Most travel speakers are atrocious and if you take them with you on holiday you’re only wasting luggage space. You want a set you can rely on and the Geneva Sound System XS is one of the best choices you have available to you. When you put music on in your hotel room and close your eyes you will feel like you’re still in the disco from the night before. It even doubles up as an alarm clock, so you’ll never sleep in for any of those early morning trips.

As soon as you park your car at the airport and walk into the terminal you know there is only a few minutes until you hand over your luggage. You start to think if there is anything you might have forgotten about. It’s important to take everything with you on holiday, so we’re going to look at a few gadgets you might want to think about getting.

The author of this post, Nancy Baker, is a freelance blogger who is currently writing for Kingsford Smith, providers of services in Brisbane for airport parking. She likes to play golf and indulges in yoga to stay fit. Get in touch with her @Nancy Baker.