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Looking for the best laptop, headphones, backpack (and other digital nomad staples) that will stand the test of time? This is the place to find it!
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By Remote Trips
#563
ALL IN ONE PRINTER: Canon

BACKPACK: Tortuga Travel Daypack - 20L

BATTERY PACK: 5200mAh Candy bar-Sized

CABLE ORGANISER: Electronics Accessories Case

COMPRESSION BAGS: Samsonite 12 Piece

DESKTOP: Apple Mac Mini Desktop 2.8GHz Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM

E-READER: Kindle Paperwhite with Built-in Light, Wi-Fi

EXTERNAL HARD DRIVE: Seagate Backup Plus Slim 2TB

LAPTOP STAND: Portable Laptop-Table-Stand up to 17"

LAPTOP: Apple MacBook Air 13.3-Inch

MOBILE PHONE: Apple Iphone 7 Unlocked 128 GB

MONEY BELT: PEAK with $250 theft protection

MONITOR: ASUS 21.5" Full HD

NOISECANCELLING HEADPHONES: Bose QuietComfort 35 Wireless Headphones,

PORTABLE HOTSPOT: Huawei 150Mbps 10hrs battery

TABLET: Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8-Inch Tablet

TRAVEL ADAPTER: Poweradd 2-Outlet

TRAVEL JACKET: Hoodie 10 Pockets

TRAVEL PILLOW: L'Alysse

TRAVEL TOWEL: Microfibre Travel Towel

WATERPROOF CAMERA: Nikon COOLPIX S33

WIRELESS KEYBOARD/MOUSE: Logitech Wireless Keyboard/Mouse Combo
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By quinbee
#1192
Very helpful list! Useful especially to those who are still planning to become a digital nomad. Other than those mentioned, indeed a bluetooth speaker, a powerful backpack, a super lightweight laptop table, a travel pillow, and a great pair of travel footwear, are a must for me! :)
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By coffeeandlappy
#1230
I agree with you MayaNik! I can't imagine myself traveling with a desktop computer either! But a travel pillow and sunscreen (not sure if this is considered as a gear, LOL!) are at the top of my list. :D
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By jinjin
#4982
Great list! Is your monitor a portable monitor? I was looking at those on Amazon and lots of the reviews on all of them seem to indicate that the poop out within a year but I hate my work laptop. I love my personal mac but with all the security, I can't do work on my personal laptop.

I had a question about the mobile hotspot. I've read about Huawei but what about some of the other the ones from carriers or Skyroam? I have T-mobile and using my phone as a hotspot did NOT work in Europe. and I'm about to head to Latin America so I really need to find a reliable mobile hotspot. How difficult is Huawei to set up? Do I just need a local sim in Mexico with a data plan for it to work? I just got a remote gig in October of last year and spent 2.5 months in Europe (which was easy compared to Latin America!) so I'm new at all of this. Thank you in advance!
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By jacky7781
#5011
Its really helpful list of remote work gear. Have noted it and will love to share with my younger brother too. Hope he also will admire your shared stuff.

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