Are you sick of your suitcase, fretting about passport theft or uncomfortable laundering your undies in a hotel room sink?
Then take a look at some of the items luggage makers and travel gadget inventors are showing off this week at the annual industry-only Travel Goods Association show in Phoenix.
Some of these products are available now, while others will be rolled out over the next few months.
It took four years, eight versions and a Kickstarter campaign for inventor (and former MTV "Real World" cast member) Norman Korpi to bring his two-tiered Aero-Tray ($59) to market. But an airline passenger determined to stay productive can now use this device to increase the usable space between their lap, their tray table and the reclined seatback in front of them. "The platform supports your personal items in the air, on the ground or wherever your travels take you," Korpi said.