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Tailgating Technology Enhances Game Day Experience

Game day festivities don't just start when the ball is snapped. Those hours of grilling and celebration leading up to the first play that can be just as important. And a dead battery can put an end to the fun, faster than Devin Hester can return a kick off.
As your favorite football teams battle it out on the field, you can get  a head start on the fun, before even entering the stadium.

These parking lot parties can get anyone amped up for kick-off, but there are some new devices on the market that could take you pre-gaming rituals to a whole new level.

Game day festivities don't just start when the ball is snapped.

Those  hours of grilling and celebration leading up to the first play that can be just as important.
   
And a dead battery can put an end to the fun, faster than Devin Hester can return a kick off.
   
That's why a  back up battery is a must.

"You're going to be out there all day, maybe you're actually going to go in to the game and you're going to be taking pictures and things like that. So your Baldwin be really important to you and this can keep it charged up all day," said Jim Campbell of Verizon Wireless.

And just because you're about to watch you favorite team take the field, doesn't mean you want to miss out on all the other NFL action.
   
Belkin's @TV Plus puts your entire cable box in your pocket.

"You can watch anything that's live or recorded on your cable box on your tablet or your phone through handy mobile application. This is pretty cool because you can actually change channels and do all that something you would normally do like you're sitting in front of your television," said Campbell.

And whats a party without a little music?
   
Portable speakers from Bose, or Jaw Bone, can wirelessly connect to your phone, to play all of your tunes no matter where you are.

"You can kind of the life of the tailgate party because you got really good sound coming through that stuff," said Campbell.

And the last thing you want to worry about on game day is trying to track down your some of your most valuable items.
   
But fear not.
   
The Audiovox InSite Separation Alarm lets you know when anything important has left your sight.

"You can attach it to your keys, your purse, camera, anything that's important and when you get up to 60 feet away from that device this thing has a sensor and it will send an alarm to your phone," said Campbell.  "You're not always thinking about this stuff, so we can just be one thing that's just there that's taking out little bit off your mind and allowing you to have a bit more fun and maybe be a bit more safe."

These devices can start as low as $30.

For more information on the lastest gadgets click here.
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