2. Skip Lines By Using Electronic Check-In
A lot of people prefer dealing with airport staff when checking in, but it's very quick to go the DIY route by using the electronic check-in booths that are available in any number of airports.
3. iPods and Earbuds Are Your Friends
Shut the world away thanks to your music player. iPods retain a charge for quite a long time, making them our go to music player.
4. Don't Overpack With Too Many Electronic Gizmos
Stick to a winning combination, like a music player with an ebook reader, or headphones with a portable video game console. Don't carry everything with you, as you'll probably end up not using most of it.
5. Pack All Electronics In Your Carry-On Luggage
Yes, your backpack might get heavy, but this ensures that you won't lose them while you're traveling. You should also pack your heaviest clothes in your carry-on luggage. You can get away with a backpack and a rolling carry-on bag without any problems. I've packed an Xbox 360, a Nikon D200, and two laptops in my carry-on luggage without a cinch.