Keep It Moving

Cool Tools

Lock n' Walk: Carry sensitive data with the ThumbDrive Touch, a portable yet secure storage drive, which holds data only you can access. Every time you plug the drive into your laptop's USB port, its biometric fingerprint recognition system verifies your identity before you view the files.

ThumbDrive Touch
(888) TREK-199
Street Price: $229

Speak Up! Still haven't mastered thumb-typing? With MobiVoice, an attachment device for your BlackBerry, you don't have to-it lets you send voice e-mail messages without having to hunt and peck. And thanks to 100:1 voice-compression software, your recipients won't get slowed down by huge files. You can record over 300 minutes of voice messages for recipients, but they'll need CYBIT's free, downloadable software to hear them.

(301) 590-1233
Street price: $95.50

Camera Sly: Snapping pictures during your next business trip is a breeze with the DSC-P9 digital camera. The tiny camera stores pictures on a 128MB Memory Stick, and images can be transferred to Sony's portable digital photo printer, the DPP-MP1. The borderless, full-color photos it generates are beauties to behold.

DSC-P9 and DPP-MP1
(888) 222-SONY
Street Prices: $600 (camera) $280 (printer)

Show Off: Put a little pizzazz in your next presentation with Dell's 3100MP projector. Easy to use and set up, this 3.5-pound, 2.2-inch-thin projector comes bundled with a carrying case and a remote control. With 1027x768 XGA resolution and 1050 ANSI lumens of brightness, you can be sure any presentation you give will be crisp. Featuring durable magnesium casing, it will withstand life on the road.

(877) 773-3355
Street Prices: $2,499

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This article was originally published in the November 2002 print edition of Entrepreneur with the headline: Keep It Moving.

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