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Your purse is your mobile command center. (You should be able to live out of that thing for a least a week.) But itís not all Mentos and lipstick--read on for the 30 tech items youíll want to toss in your bag this season, whether youíre sporting a tiny crossbody or a dusty rucksack.

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Dagne Dover
$245

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iPad Mini Case
$45

Keep it Together

This iPad Mini case ($45) is covered with a stretchy web that allows you to store everything from pens to business cards.

2

Tempo
(free)

Keep it Organized

The Tempo app for iPhone is sort of like a personal assistant for your calendar. For each meeting, it pulls together relevant contacts, locations and necessary documents. Genius.

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NINE-TO-FIVER
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Everpurse
$249

Keep it Charged

The Everpurse ($249) is a tiny clutch (small enough to stow in your tote) that charges your iPhone or Galaxy S III. Ladies, the future is now.

4

Split-Stick
USB Drive
$25

Keep Your Work at Work

The split-stick USB drive ($25) allows you to keep your work and home files blissfully separate--because your coworkers probably donít need to see pictures of your kidís birthday party.

5

Calm
(free)

Keep Calm

Need a moment of Zen in between your morning meeting and four-latte lunch date? Download the Calm app for quick, free, guided meditations. OmmmÖ

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Lululemon
$128

6

Pandora
Workout Stations
(free)

Rock Out, Sans Effort

You probably already know how great Pandora radio is, but did you know the free streaming app now has workout stations? Try ďDance CardioĒ to really get your heart rate jumping.

7

Headphones
$130

Rock Out, Sans Wires

These headphones from Denon ($130) connect to your tunes via wireless Bluetooth signal so you can say buh-bye to tangled cords.

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Pear Training
System
$100

Track Your Progress

The Pear training system ($100) is one of the smartest fitness monitors weíve seen. Strap the unobtrusive band around your chest to measure your heart rate and get personalized training sessions via the free corresponding app.

9

Charity Miles
(free)

Sweat for a Cause

Download the free Charity Miles app and for every mile you walk, run or bike, corporate sponsors will donate 10 or 25 cents to the charity of your choice.

10

Adidas miCoach
Armband
$30

Go Hands-Free

Wear your heart--we mean phone--on your sleeve. We like the Adidas miCoach armband ($30), which is moisture-wicking and has room for your locker key.

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Antik Batik
$137

11

Click-On Light
$10

Search Your Purse

Attach this handy click-on light ($10) to your purse strap and use it to see the darkest corners inside your messy bag. No judgment about all those gum wrappers.

12

BiKN
$130

Find Your Keys

Ever lose your keys? Slip the BiKN ($130) onto your key chain and then use your phone to discover its hiding spot. (In the medicine cabinet again?!)

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BOHEMIAN
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Declan Pocket
Cloth
$6

Clean Your Gadgets

Hate a dirty screen? Keep a Declan pocket cloth ($6) on hand to wipe down your phone, your tablet--heck, even your glasses.

14

DailyArt
(free)

Get Your Art Fix

Download the DailyArt app, and each day one piece of classic or contemporary art will be sent to your phone. (Bonus: Itís free!)

15

Floral Case
$28

Be a Lady

Who says a cell phone canít be beautiful? Anthropologie offers a handful of cases (starting at $28) that appeal to a prettier, retro sensibility.

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The Row
$2,800

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Karma
$100

BYOW (Bring Your Own Wi-Fi)

The Karma ($100) is a tiny wireless hotspot with a pay-as-you-go model. Stow it in your bag for any time you want to log onto your own private network.

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Jawbone UP
$130

Know Thyself

The sleek Jawbone UP ($130) syncs with your phone to measure your movements, sleep quality and eating habits. Plus, the chic wristband easily stashes inside any purse.

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MINIMALIST
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Lemon
(free)

Forget Your Wallet

Once youíve downloaded the free Lemon app, you can literally leave your bulky billfold at home. The app stores digital versions of your all your credit cards and you can even snap photos of receipts to store them virtually.

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Innergie
PocketCell
$60

Recharge in Style

Who wants to be tied to an ugly wall outlet? The tiny Innergie PocketCell ($60) stores enough juice to charge your phone for more than 25 hours.

20

Pegit Holy Case
$40

Be Fickle

The Pegit Holy Case ($40) comes with interchangeable color panels that can be swapped in and out to suit your mood--but take up practically zero space.

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Herschel Supply Co.
$90

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SpareOne
Emergency Phone
$100

Be Prepared

No electricity? No problem. Keep a SpareOne emergency phone ($100) on hand and youíll get up to ten hours of talk time with just one AA battery.

22

Adventurer Opti
Water Purifier
$90

Be Safe

Not so sure about that water? Better safe than sorry with the Adventurer Opti ($90), which uses UV technology to purify water in just about any condition.

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ADVENTURER
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Passport
Phone Case
$51

Show Where You've Been

A world traveler deserves a world-traveling phone case ($51), right?

24

TripIt
(free)

Stay on Schedule

Let the TripIt app organize your travel plans for you. Forward confirmation emails, airline tickets and the like to your free account and itíll whip up a master itinerary in seconds.

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Y-Charge
Dual USB
$25

Stay Friends

Stop fighting over that one car charger. The Y-Charge dual USB ($25) lets you both plug in.

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Mar Y Sol
$109

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Phoenix speaker
$100

Bring Your Jams

Blast Rihanna wirelessly from your smartphone. The Phoenix speaker ($100) weighs less than a pound and has a Bluetooth reach of up to 40 feet.

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LifeProof Case
$70 - $130

Waterproof Your Phone

Keep your precious phone or tablet protected from water, sand and dirt by stowing it inside a LifeProof case ($70 to $130). It also shields against low-fat lattes.

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BEACH BUM
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Kindle Paperwhite
$119

Be a Bookworm

The Kindle Paperwhite ($119) has a screen thatís designed to be readable on even the most sunshiny days. You can also adjust the brightness should some clouds roll in.

29

Nooly
(free)

Micromanage the Weather

Want to know when youíll get the best sun? For free, Nooly predicts the weather in five-minute increments, down to the 0.4-square-mile mark.

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Blokket
$30

Stop Checking Your Email

Repeat after us: I will not check work email on vacation. To keep yourself honest, slip your phone inside the cute Blokket pouch ($30), which blocks all incoming texts, calls and emails.