The Gadgets I Can’t Live Without: Donald King

— November 09, 2012

Donald King
Infrastructure Services/Customer Solutions Mobility
Kimberly-Clark Corporation


Prior to his current role, Don King was the Videoconferencing Project Manager at Kimberly-Clark starting in 2004. King also served as the Network Project Manager responsible for corporate locations in both the Asia Pacific and North American regions. Don has more than 12 years’ experience in IT, with half of those working in the mobility field. He is considered an industry expert and speaks with other businesses looking to integrate corporate and BYOD devices within their organizations.







LifeProof Case

I found the Lifeproof case by accident at my local store, and it was expensive at $80, but waterproof, shockproof, snowproof (I live in Wisconsin) and dirtproof it is well worth it.







iPhone 4S
In today’s environment, I only want to carry one device. The iPhone 4S is my “Swiss Army Knife.” It has all of the apps I need.







YurBuds Inspire Earphones
The best feature is that these earphones “lock” in your ear. They do not fall out, even when mountain biking or running, and they are sweat and water resistant.







Wahoo Blue HR Heart Rate Strap

If you are one like me who wants to know if you are working hard when exercising, this monitor is for you. It works over Bluetooth and it can only pair with the iPhone 4S







Targus Backup Battery for iPad
It is for an iPad, which means that the battery is larger and will power my iPhone for an extra few hours. I just pop this in my backpack and go.

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