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Travel lifehacks to get the best from your tech
It’s the time of year when schools return for classes and the summer holidays seem a distant memory away. It might be back to the usual routine but if you’re the type of person that likes to grab that last minute getaway travel deal we’re sharing five of our best life hacks with you to make sure you get the most from your tech while away from home.
Email copies of important documents to yourself. There’s a million ways to accidentally lose or destroy something important, so by keeping a digital copy in your email inbox you’ll remove a little bit of the sting if you leave your luggage in a taxi.
Going to the beach? Keep your valuables inside an old tanning bottle to protect them from water and sun damage as well as thieves.
Protect your personal information and passwords by avoiding public computers. When on public Wi-Fi make sure your connection is secure by using Norton Secure VPN
Uncertain what to get for dinner? Use Google Translate to help read the menu and even find out what to say to order bonus garlic bread
Lastly, remember to pack an adapter and have it somewhere easily accessible in your bag with the charger you’d lost likely want to find it with if you urgently need to power a device!
Discover more about how to Protect your devices while travelling or watch our Travel lifehacks video for more tips.
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