Show & Tell: The Gadgets I Can't Live Without - January 2009

— January 19, 2009

THE GADGETS I CAN'T LIVE WITHOUT



Dion Lisle, SVP Growth Ventures & Innovation, Citibank
In his role as SVP Growth Ventures & Innovation, Dion is responsible for Citibank's global mobile roadmap. He's been instrumental in structuring the company's global mobility efforts to benefit its workforce and its customers alike.




TRAVEL MUST
The iPhone.
I check weather, personal email, Google maps, web search -- everything I need on one easy-to-use device.


OLDEST GADGET
Desktop Calculator
When all I need is to add a few numbers and Excel is overkill and my high school math fails me, the desktop calculator does the job.


STRICTLY PERSONAL
Satellite radio.
I have it in my car and house and don't know how I could ever go back to FM radio.


STRICTLY BUSINESS
The Blackberry
How did I live without it before? Actually, I don't remember. It keeps me connected and on schedule.


ENTERTAINMENT
Nintendo Wii
My kids and I love the Nintendo Wii. Amazing game play and hours of entertainment. The hard part is turning it off after two hours.


ON MY DESK
IBM Notebook computer.
Simply put without it, I am out of work. Connected
or not it is indispensable, but much better when
it is connected.

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