I’m not a frequent traveler but I do occasionally travel for work and family trips. I set up a modular organization system to allow me to quickly pack based on who is on the trip. I’ve settled on using these to organize all my tech gear:
I have a base set of items that I put into two Cocoon Grid-It (one I keep in my backpack and bigger one in my carry-on) and one BAGSMART travel organizer for smaller accessories or when I need to pull out quickly. When more people are traveling, I would bring along the BUBM organizers and extra Grid-It that holds extra cables and multi-port USB wall charger for the additional phones and tablets.
When I’m traveling alone it is generally for business and I’d be staying at a hotel. The devices I need are:
laptop (USB-C): Both my work and personal laptop charges through USB-C so I don’t need to swap out chargers but just the laptop that I’m bringing.
Rather then having to set the wifi connection for each device everytime I arrive at a new hotel, I preset everything to connect to the HooToo TripMate Elite which I wrote about here. I only have to set up the Hootoo to connect to the hotel’s wifi.
With all the devices we carry there’s always a need for power. For the times when no power outlet is available, I use the Anker PowerCore+ 20100 battery which has a USB-C port as well as USB-A port. The USB-C port allows me to use the same USB-C wall chargers I already have and it can also be used to charge the laptop.
When the whole family is traveling, I find myself having to pack a lot more devices (multiple phones, tablets, camera). Instead of a big outlet strip with multiple wall chargers, the Anker 60W 10-port USB Waller Charger provides 10 USB charging ports.
Other things I bring along are:
USB Mouse - I prefer a mouse to a trackpad when possible.
Camera - Sometimes I’ll bring a dedicated camera for a trip where the phone’s camera is not appropriate such as underwater shooting when going to the beach.
USB wall chargers - for when I need to plug in another room.