If you have to travel as part of your job, you’ll know that some days it can be fantastic, and other days it can be terrible. Traveling the world is not always as glamorous as it sounds, especially when there’s business to take care of. Of all the things that frustrate about traveling for work, none are quite as bad as being beaten down with traveler’s fatigue while you have to bring your A-game. Luckily, if you have the right tools for traveling, you’ll be able to streamline your traveling experience and get the results you need. Here are 5 of the best business travel accessories you can have.

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All in the Baggage

There are security lines to go through, busy foreign streets to navigate, packing and unpacking to be done...yes, you need to have the right bags for the job. Invest in top quality luggage, and you’ll be making the entire process of traveling easier on yourself. No one likes lugging a heavy suitcase around, after all! As your checked luggage, you’ll also want to have the best carry-on bag too. A superior business backpack will be comfortable to carry around and make something of a fashion statement when you arrive, too. Take care of the essentials, and you’re on your way to smooth travel!

The Extras

There are a lot of small things that can go wrong, such as delays, that you can’t plan for. And then there are those things that you can do something about. Having the latest technology extras will make your life easier when you’re in foreign lands. For example, don’t just buy a regular travel adapter; get one that has a USB port, and you’ll be able to cut down on the number of cables you have to take. A battery pack for your devices may also be a lifesaver when you’re trying to navigate a strange city, and your phone dies! It’s the little things that make all the difference when traveling.

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Working on the Go

You can’t take everything with you when you travel. Even if you did have room for a large laptop, lugging it around with you everywhere you go wouldn't be very enjoyable. Instead, look at having devices that you use exclusively while traveling. For example, a tablet device is handy when you need power than your mobile, and you can also buy a portable keyboard so that it can function as a real computer, more or less, and work at near enough full capacity while you’re on the move.

The Best Travel Device Ever

Your traveling experience - not to mention your business dealings - would be all the better if you could speak the language of the place you’re in. If only there were a device that would enable you to understand the locals when they speak their native language. Well, it might just be on the way! Pilot is a revolutionary near earpiece that can translate languages between users. OK, so it might not be “essential”, but it sure is cool, and we’re sure you’ll want one.