The last thing you want to be thinking when you’re overseas is “I wish I would have brought…” Plan ahead for your electronics needs, and you’ll be prepared for just about anything. Remember, using metrics isn’t the only thing that’s done differently overseas.
When you’re ready to charge your phone, plug in the curling iron, or hook up your laptop, you’ll need an electric adapter. Opt for the international version so your devices have access to electricity no matter where you go… barring the mud huts on the bay.
Taking pictures is a must when you’re in vacation, but you could miss the best parts because you ran out of storage space. A 64 GB microSD card should do the trick and fit in your camera as well as your laptop or home computer. Keep a couple of them on hand, just to be safe.
The 11-inch MacBook Air is great for travel overseas because it’s small, light and powerful enough to meet all your needs. Whether you need it for work or play, the MacBook Air lets you get online to conduct all your business and travel sharing. But, you can also rely on iCloud to keep your memories safe so you can reload your SD card for the next day.