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The Best Tablet Accessories For Solo Travelers

If this device isn’t already an indispensable part of your trip, it should be.

When you're traveling solo, a tablet can be your television, your word processor, your photo editor, and a lot more. These accessories can make it an even more useful tool for getting the most out of your vacation.

TREBLAB FX100 Waterproof Rugged Bluetooth Speaker
You won't play your favorite tunes on a crowded beach, but find the right secluded spot and who needs headphones? | TREBLAB

A Bluetooth speaker is great for filling your vacation space with sound. Get one that serves a dual purpose, such as speaker and backup power bank, so you can save space while still enjoying your podcasts and music.

Tribit Active Noise Cancelling Bluetooth 5.0 Earbuds
If you prefer to keep your tunes to yourself, do it with a pair that drowns out the rest of the crowd. | Tribit

Earbuds are already a must-have, but on vacation, you'll want buds that can really tune out distractions with noise cancellation. Look for pairs with charging cases that will give you a lot of play time with minimal need for an outlet.

CaseBuy 10 Inch Waterproof Tablet Sleeve
The sun and water could do a number on your device so be sure to keep it tucked away whenever you're not using it. | CaseBuy

When hauling a tablet, a sleeve can help protect it. Use one that's water resistant and moisture proof, as that will help protect your tablet from the spills you'll most often deal with on the road.

Amazon Basics Adjustable Tablet Holder Stand
Set up your own personal streaming theater right next to the pool. | Amazon

A tablet holder makes it easier to use to stream video, fire up that workout, or type up an email at your desk. Non-skid bases, easy folding designs, and sturdy, stable setup will be the most important features to look for.

GRDE 10000mAh Wireless Power Bank Battery Charger
No outlet? No worries. Keep your device juiced at all times without moving. | GRDE

A backup charger and battery bank is a must-have. A good charger will have enough ports to power up all your gear, including wireless, and will be easy to charge either by plugging it in directly or hooking it up via USB.