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Porsche Panamera 4S

CNET reporter Daniel Terdiman on Thursday will start Road Trip 2010, on which he'll drive more than 5,000 miles around the East Coast of the United States. He'll be behind the wheel of a Porsche Panamera 4S, and will be road-testing a wide selection of high-tech gear.

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Joby Gorillapod

One item Terdiman will test out is this Joby Gorillapod tripod.

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Apple iPad

As an experiment, Terdiman will attempt to use an iPad 3G for as many computing tasks as possible during Road Trip 2010.

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MacBook Pro

When he's not using the iPad, Terdiman will be using the latest 13-inch MacBook Pro as his computer.

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HP Scanjet Professional 1000

He'll also have this Hewlett-Packard Scanjet Professional 1000 mobile scanner in tow.

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Powermat wireless charging system

To help with charging up a veritable passel of high-tech gear, Terdiman will use Powermat's wireless charging system.

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GoPro Hero

The GoPro Hero wearable camera is designed to be mounted on a vehicle in order to capture images on the fly.

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Vicon Revue

The Vicon Revue is a wearable camera that can be used to capture a stream of photos in real time.

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Eye-Fi

The Eye-Fi wireless SD card is used to automatically upload pictures from a camera to a laptop computer.

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