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Five Must Have Gadgets for Home and Office

This is a guest post by Crystal J. Briscoe about five must have gadgets for home and office needs. Modern gadgets can make life easy using the latest technology with the best of features. Some of the must have gadgets for home and office are as follows.

1- Sanwa 400 CAM-007

– This small sized digital camera is suitable for those who do not like big and bulky cameras. The 5.o megapixel camera can take pictures and record video. The camera fits on a key chain. Size of the camera is 51mm x 30mm x 20mm. its weight is 14 grams. This camera has an optical viewfinder and micro sd card. It also has a voice recorder. The price of this camera is $38. The camera is portable and is affordable.

2-MiShare –

With this, the user can share tunes on the iPod with friends. A miShare is a small handheld gadget through which ipods can be connected and files can thus be shared without the need of a computer or cable. This device works on Mini, 3G to 6G models of iPods. Through miShare, videos and photos can be shared anytime, anywhere. The device is used by bands and performers for distributing to fans at music and video shows and other occasions. The device can be used by religious places like church, mosque etc for downloading to the public. Speeches
from the political contenders can be shared on miShare.

3-Electronic Dictionary Bookmark –

This device has Collins Gem dictionary and saves a lot of time for the book lovers. There are 38,000 definitions of the dictionary that are reduced in size in this device and can be operated by the use of buttons. So now, the user has the word meanings at fingertips. In the device, the user can type in followed by the meanings that he can read like a book. The device is also useful as a bookmark where the user has to switch on the power button, type a word and press ok. The device then displays the meaning of the word. The device is easy to use and compact. It is available in three colors.

4-Vornado Zippi Fan –

The energy efficient fan from Vornado is small and portable. It is useful for travelers and office use. The fan has blades made from soft cloth. The fan can be folded and packed. It is safe to touch the fan blades even during its motion. The fan is electric and there is no need of battery for its operation. Though the fan is quiet, it has enough power to create movement of air. Price of the fan is $16. It can be bought online from Amazon.

5-USB Digital Voice Recorder –

It’s time to switch over from pen and notebook to eco friendly voice recorder for recording notes at company meeting and conference. This device is useful for taking important voice notes directly instead of using paper for taking notes. Thus, there is no more any embarrassment and fear from the boss when the user can simply use this voice recorder for recording at important official occasions and meetings and noting important points. The device can be bought at ThinkGeek for $49.99.

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Crystal J. Briscoe is from Exams Expert. Looking for ST0-085 exam help? Let’s take advantage of Exams Expert self paced ST0-116 training and pass your IT exams on first try.


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