Tech to make holiday travel a breezeThe holidays can be stressful, especially with added travel irritations like delayed flights and chatty seatmates. In this Tech Minute, CNET's Kara Tsuboi recommends gadgets that are guaranteed to make your travel more serene and peaceful.
Any frequent flyer must invest a quality pair of noise canceling headphones. The top CNET pick is the Bose Quiet Comfort 25. Not only will they block out that crying baby a couple of rows back, but they'll give you great sound if you choose to use them for regular headphones. Well the QC-25 is going to run you $300. They do fold up nicely and take up little space in your carry-on luggage. Whether your using your laptop for work or play. Shield your screen from wandering eyes with a privacy filter. That clings onto your screen so it's only visible to you. A popular brand is 3M and they'll run you anywhere from $25 to $75 at major electronic scores or online. And finally never run the risk of a dead gadget battery with the mophie power station duo. For a hundred bucks, this universal charger is the size fo a deck of cards. You can charge two devices at once through USB cables. Great for phones, tablets and even laptops in a pinch. For more gadget recommendations and reviews, visit cnet.com. And San Fransisco [UNKNOWN] cnet.com for CBS news. [MUSIC]