Nowadays getting through student life without the most basic of modern technology is almost unheard of, if not impossible. So to get through, what many people call, the best years of your life with an impressive qualification and some great memories to boot here are the gadgets, gizmos and hardware that all students need.
The alarm clock is an essential device for anyone concerned with waking up on time. Though this may not always include students there are some days that even the most bed-obsessed student will want to make it to their 9am lecture. For those who find the snooze button all too tempting help is at hand in the form of the The Clocky Alarm Clock. When your alarm sounds in the morning this clever little gizmo will wheel itself away before your angry hand can hit it. The alarm will continue to sound and move around the room until you catch it. The idea is not to get back in to bed once you’ve located your troublesome toy!
Who wants to trek to the library and haul hefty textbooks home? No-one, which is why Amazon created the Kindle. With the Kindle you can store hundreds of texts on one device. More importantly for debt-stricken students though there is no need to pay the library fines or price of shiny new course books since Kindle books are far cheaper than their paper counterparts and are less likely to be destroyed by ink explosions or beer stains.
No student would be complete without a phone that makes them look like they don’t eat beans on toast every night. Apple’s most popular creation is also a must for syncing your music and notes with your laptop (another essential) as well as for long commutes and boring lectures- the gaming opportunities are endless.
Lastly, the camera. Students, you really are embarking on the best years of your life. And what with all the waking up early courtesy of your animated alarm clock, reading the campus library via your Kindle and playing Angry Birds you’ll be hard pushed to remember all the fun you had making amazing friends and experiencing life as a young adult. So make sure you take as many photographs as you can. Preferably on a JCB designed camera to avoid heartbreak when a drinking game goes awry at your new gadget’s expense.
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