Traveling isn’t always fun, but these strange accessories/gadgets aim to make life easier on the road, but do they really? View them all after the jump.

Cell Phone Mini Projector

Code-named GPP2, this cell phone doubles as a portable mini projector for those emergency presentations. It features a swivel LCD touch screen along with a d-pad that controls the navigation menu. Answer calls using buttons located near the bottom.

The quality of the current engineering model is yet to be improved. We might need an external power input to reach higher brightness (lumens)

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Portable Washing Machine

For those who want portable washing power on the go, look no furthur than Astone’s “Traveller”. Weighing just 4.4-pounds, this inflatable washing machine holds up to 6.5L of water and even features a delicates/hand washables cycle.[Source 12]

Travelpod

Enjoy all the comforts of home while camping with the Travelpod. This tent features an open-air bedroom design, a double bed, bedside tables, lights, mirror, chair, duvet, pillows, a dressing table, and even a toilet. [Source]

80,000 Volt Electric Suitcase

For $1082, you could own a real shocking suitcase — 80,000 volts to be exact. The electric shock alarm is activated at the push of a button via remote control. A built-in secondary 107db alarm keeps would be thieves away. Available in brown or black colors, this suitcase comes packaged with 16 batteries and two remotes.

“Nobody will be able to grab or take the suitcase. So your valuables are safe.”

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StashCard

Finally, a travel accessory that makes good use of laptop’s PC card slot. Store money, keys, memory cards, photos, and more in the StashCard. It features a secret compartment that opens at the push of a button. [gadgets.fosfor.se]