Tech Please: 8 New Tech-Friendly Gadgets

By Hayley Panagakis, November 13, 2017

These eight new gadgets are about to become your new best friends if you are constantly on the move.

TAG Heuer Connected Modular 45

Choose from 30 beautiful digital dials displayed on this smartwatch’s OLED touch screen. Its versatile design lets you change everything from the strap and case to swapping in a high-end Swiss movement. tagheuer.com, from $1,550

JBL Flip 4

The fourth gen of this popular Bluetooth speaker is an even better travel companion thanks to a waterproof design, epic 12-hour battery life and the ability to pair with two phones simultaneously. Let the DJ battle commence. jbl.com, $100

Bowers & Wilkins P7 Wireless

Bowers Wilkins Travel-friendly gadgetsThese luxe, high-fidelity cans come from British speaker experts Bowers & Wilkins. They’re not so much headphones as speakers on your ears, thanks to aptX Bluetooth for immersive tangle-free listening. bowers-wilkins.com, $400

 
 
 

PlanetTraveler Space Case 1

PlanetTraveler Travel-friendly gadgetsThis remarkable suitcase can weigh itself and boasts a biometric (fingerprint) lock, a proximity sensor, GPS tracking, a built-in phone charger and a Bluetooth speakerphone. planettravelerusa.com, $800

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