5 top enterprise-grade business gadgets

If you’re a business professionals who travels frequently, runs presentations at work, needs to connect with colleagues, or who has to focus on getting work done before closing time, here are five gadgets you should check out.

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4. Best Smartphone: Droid Turbo

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There were many outstanding smartphones to pick from in 2014, including the new Apple iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, the Google Nexus 6, and several Samsung models like the Galaxy Alpha (which has a unique ultra-power-saving mode). Yet, for business users who don’t mind a thicker, heavier phone, the Motorola Droid Turbo rose to the surface as the best business model of the year, mostly due to the astounding battery life -- up to about 48 hours. While it runs a fairly standard Android OS and doesn’t offer too many additional features, when a phone lasts two full days, it means you can stay on contact, check on flight delays, research topics, and just stay on top of things longer than with other smartphones.

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