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Digital Nomading Packing List – Technology

I’m still putting the list together, but here’s what I’ve got so far.


Mark’s laptop

Beth’s work laptop and personal tablet, a Microsoft Surface.

Portable monitors:

ViewSonic 15.6 Inch 1080p Portable Monitor. Model ‎VG1655‎– we had issues with the HDMI port and had to use the USB-C port, which caused an issue with the other external monitor and wound up causing us to buy a $200 adapter so that Mark could have three screens working.

Lepow Lite H1 Portable Monitor (2021)– 14 inch external monitor, light weight, works like a charm, having no issues after 8 months.

Sound Equipment (Work & Personal)

Logitech Blue Snowball iCE USB Microphone, Model 988-000070 – we use this especially for Zoom calls when we are in a meeting together. May be looking into replacing with smaller, lighter more high-quality microphone.

SteelSeries Arctis 7 Lag-Free Wireless Gaming Headset, (Model 61463 is discontinued) – not Bluetooth, but is wireless. Great battery life, comfortable, very good microphone and sound.

Bose QuietComfort® Noise Cancelling Earbuds, Model 831262-0030  – Beth needed something with better noise canceling when we have competing meetings. Also great for working out.

Entertainment travel equipment

Avantree Oasis Long Range Bluetooth Transmitter Receiver, Model BTTC-500-W-US – can connect multiple Bluetooth headsets. Great for listening to the television. UPDATE: This equipment failed us, could only connect one headset at a time.


TOPOINT Sleep Headphones Bluetooth Headband. Model TOP14 – the night sounds can get loud and this turned out to be a great solution. I use with the Calm app to listen to soundscapes to relax, meditate, or fall asleep.

Jinepin 38600mAh,Solar Power Bank Wireless Portable Charger , Model PN-W25 – a little heavy, but it can charge multiple devices simultaneously and has three built-in charging cables: Lightning, USB-C, and USB-Micro.

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