Photo: Steve Wozniak Has A Lot of Gadgets in his Backpack

Photo: Steve Wozniak Has A Lot of Gadgets in his Backpack

Steve Wozniak must have an incredibly difficult time getting through airport security. Why? Because he carries enough gadgets in his backpack to outfit a small business.

This morning the Apple co-founder emailed a photo to Gizmodo that previewed a portion of the hardware he carries around with him in his backpack. The above photo (you can see a larger version at Gizmodo) just shows his "charging station" and includes two iPhones (two of the iPhones belong to his wife, Janet), a Motorola Droid RAZR, a Galaxy Nexus, a spare Galaxy Nexus, an iPad, an Amazon Kindle, two Garmin 3790LMTs, two Verizon 4G MiFis, a MacBook Pro, a Jambox, and a host of batteries. 

Even crazier are the gadgets that aren't pictured. According to Woz, he also carries: 

  • bluetooth mouse,
  • binoculars,
  • projector connectors,
  • multiple Gameboy Lights (a Gameboy sold in Japan but never in the U.S.),
  • Gameboy link cables,
  • plenty of foreign AC adapters,
  • prism glasses for watching movies in bed,
  • sunglasses,
  • earplugs for concerts,
  • Ultimate Ears UE18 earplugs for flights,
  • Gameboy link cable,
  • tons of pencils for pencil games on flights,
  • tons of pens,
  • tons of sharpies,
  • tons of paint pens (signing),
  • red-blue-purple-yellow-green laser pointers,
  • credit cards,
  • hotel cards, 
  • airline cards,
  • hard rock card,
  • medical cards,
  • small accessories like olloclip iPhone lens adapter,
  • Square,
  • flash keys,
  • flash media adapters,
  • cigarette lighter dual USB adapter,
  • audio doubler cable,
  • iPad USB/SD Card adapters,
  • toiletries for hotels,
  • batteries of many types (AA, AAA, CR2, CR128, odder types for things like my bag beeper for locating my suitcase)
  • eyedrops,
  • $2 bill pads,
  • pencil puzzles,
  • itineraries for upcoming travel...

And you thought you were doing it big with a BlackBerry and an iPhone. 

[via Gizmodo]

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