So you're the kind of person for whom money is no object - or you just want to see how the other half gifts.

You'll want to buy something  for the traveler in your life that he/she will be able to take with him/her - something that will make long waits at airports bearable, flights more comfortable, memories captured more, and overall experiences more enjoyable. Sometimes, we can all use some unique travel accessories that add a luxurious touch to any trip.

The holiday season may be hectic, but there's no need to add unnecessary stress to your life pouring over the ideal travel gift.

1. MacBook Air (Click the link to check the price)

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Travel with this laptop as it is light, powerful enough for regular use, and the battery life lasts for a long time.

The 2019 edition of Apple's MacBook Air is cheaper and has a slightly richer feature set than the 2018 MacBook. Although good, the 2018 MacBook Air fell short in performance, keyboard, and pricing. Apple's 2019 MacBook has a beautiful Retina display that is True Tone so it matches the color temperature of the room.

2. Canon PowerShot Digital Camera G7 X Mark II (Click the link to check the price)

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With only your carry-on to accompany you in your trip, even if you have a nice DSLR, you don't want to have to hassle with carrying lenses and a bunch of stuff.

The Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark II produces excellent video quality and amazing photographs in a compact design. The 20-megapixel, 1-inch sensor inside this PowerShot gathers light and snaps clear photos long after your phone has thrown in the towel.

3. Panasonic GH5 (Click the link to check the price)

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The Lumix GH5 is the latest in the line of Panasonic's top-of-the-range GH series of mirrorless cameras, in a way that there is no mirror.

The latest-generation flagship Lumix camera continues the tradition of packing in tons of unique shooting features into a rugged, weather-sealed DSLR-esque body. Its 20MP four-thirds sensor is smaller than the full-frame sensors of other mirrorless or DSLR cameras.

The GH-series has found a well-earned home among video creators and filmmakers thanks to its very high quality video, advanced features, and competitive price compared to pro-video cameras.

4. DJI Mavic 2 Pro (Click the link to check the price)

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One of the latest and best drones out there,the DJI Mavic 2 Pro is a combination between the Mavic Pro and Phantom 4 Pro. The compact size, image quality, flight time and sleek design of the Mavic Pro set the bar differently in the drone industry. 

The new Mavic 2 comes in two variants, the Pro and Zoom. Both are identical apart from the cameras and gimbals, and both versions of the Mavic 2 improve on the original Mavic's specs in just about every aspect, from image quality to obstacle avoidance.

4. GoPro HERO 5 Starter Bundle (Click the link to check the price)

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The most advanced GoPro yet as the Hero 4 and other GoPro Hero cameras have never been particularly weatherproof, instead relying on external cases to provide snow, sea and storm resistance. The touchscreen interface and voice activation makes it the most user-friendly GoPro to date.

You'll still need to pop it in a case when going scuba diving, but surfers, sailors and skiers will be pleased that they can simply mount the camera and go. Buttery-smooth 4K video comes as standard with the Hero5 Black, with the footage captured by these sturdy little action cams (or POV cameras) being historically been among the best, if not the best, on the market.

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