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Here are some tech tools that should help you work smarter this school year.

School is back in session in just a few weeks and as everyone gears up with their books and notebooks, you still need a bit of technology to help you in your studies. Bear in mind though that you don’t need ALL of the products listed here, it’s just some of the cool tech we think would be best to aid you.

Here are some tech tools that should help you work smarter this school year.

School is back in session in just a few weeks and as everyone gears up with their books and notebooks, you still need a bit of technology to help you in your studies. Bear in mind though that you don’t need ALL of the products listed here, it’s just some of the cool tech we think would be best to aid you.

MacBook Pro – Yes, it’s a little pricey, but Apple’s flagship notebook wins praises for speed and performance, most notably the battery life. The 13-inch model (without the Touch Bar) weighs about 1.5 kg, which makes it lighter than those books. You can also start using the MacBook Pro right away since it is preloaded with nearly every productivity and multimedia software Apple has made (which kind of justifies its price).

READ MOREApple MacBook Pro with Touch Bar Review

Seagate Backup Plus Fast (4 TB) – Throw those tiny USB drives away and invest in a large hard drive. You can opt to get smaller 1 TB or 2 TB capacities, but 4 TB seems to hit the right spot. You can literally save thousands of lectures, books and whatever stuff you want to dump on it and still have room for more.

OnePlus Travel Backpack – OnePlus isn’t exactly the company you’d think of when it comes to backpacks. While it’s not exactly a gadget, this backpack is the best place to house all your personal stuff. It has special compartments for laptops up to 15 inches in size along with 12 internal pockets and can even withstand cuts and tears.

Nintendo Switch – Well you do need to relax once in a while right? Even if it doesn’t have the graphical power offered by the Xbox One or the PlayStation 4, the Nintendo Switch still gets a recommendation from us thanks to a portable design and a growing library of games you can play for hours.

READ MORE: Nintendo Switch: There’s no play like it

Bose SoundLink Revolve – If you like listening to music, then invest in a wireless speaker that you can practically bring anywhere. Bose’s recently released SoundLink Revolve speakers provide great sound output and it’s even waterproof so you can take anywhere anytime.

READ MOREAll around you: Bose SoundLink Revolve / Bose SoundLink Revolve+

Any other gadgets do you think that should be on the list? Give it a shoutout in the comments below!

Victor Philip Ortiz
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