When I travel, I carry a speaker, projector, professional camera, battery pack and smartphone. Together, they are about the size of my wallet.
Here are the Moto Mods now available for Moto Z phones. And I’m loving every one of them.
Highly valued by professional photographers and amateurs with very deep pockets, (starting price around $12,000!) a Hasselblad camera is now within reach of even casual photographers, like me. This Hasselblad True Zoom has a 10x optical zoom and professional settings. I am taking the best photos of my life, and feeling like a pro. $299.99
We used to travel with a separate speaker that took up valuable space in my husband’s suitcase. Now I just pop on the JBL Soundboost Speaker, and voila, great sound no matter whether we’re chilling to some jazz or getting our dance on to some James Brown. $79.99
I’m hoping to use this clever projector to do a slideshow of photos from my daughter’s wedding at Christmas. The Moto Insta-Share Projector displays images up to 70” on any flat service. You can even use it to watch movies on the ceiling while in bed, a fun way to entertain the kids. $299.99
With all that fun, my smartphone battery can drain pretty quickly. But I stay powered with my Incipio OffGrid Power Pack, which adds up to 22 hours of extra battery life. I have the striped Kate Spade version, perfect for me as I’m a stripaholic. The battery packs come in four other designs. Start at $59.99
I rather like the sleek look of my smartphone on its own, but when I want a change of style, I can easily add a Style Shell from partners like Kate Space New York and Tumi. Start at $19.99
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