Starting uni or coming back? If you answered yes, you’re probably starting to make your uni checklist. But have you thought about what tech you’re taking with you?
In this post, we’ll go over our definitive list of the gadgets you need to make your university life easier!
When you’re doing your assignments, there will be an inevitable point where you have multiple tabs open – an academic journal here and a lecture slide there. Frankly, it can become too much to keep track of, and you’ll end up wasting precious time scouring your tabs.
A simple solution to this issue is a portable monitor. With an easy plug-and-play setup, a portable monitor can instantly give you more screen space. This means you’ll be able to work comfortably and efficiently on your assignments, presentations and papers.
For a portable monitor that ticks all the right boxes, we recommend the lightweight AOC E1659FWU. The monitor’s compact size and sleek profile make it incredibly convenient for students on the go.
Staying at a student accommodation in Canterbury means that the city is buzzing with life. So as you travel from festivals, tours and bars, you’ll find your phone battery depleting.
To help your phone battery last longer, you’ll need a power bank. While being super simple to use, power banks can help you stay connected to your friends and family whenever the situation calls.
If you’re searching for a long-lasting power bank, check out the BELKIN 10000 mAh power bank. This portable powerhouse offers a massive 10000 mAh capacity, providing two full phone charges. Thanks to its multiple ports, you can charge three devices at once!
Stay safe, and don’t get caught with an embarrassingly low battery.
External hard drive
With all the assignments you’ll be doing, there may come a time when the inevitable pop-up appears – ‘insufficient storage’.
For a university life filled with fewer moments of panic, we recommend investing in an external hard drive. Offering a surplus of storage and many other benefits, external hard drives are the perfect addition to your tech arsenal.
One of the benefits external hard drives offer is portability. By using an external hard drive, you can access your files from device to device and have that extra bit of storage no matter where you are.
Another benefit of external hard drives is their safety. Whilst we love all the cloud has to offer, cloud storage can be unsafe. With an external hard drive, you can rest assured knowing your precious 10k dissertation is safe and not at the behest of sticky hands!
If you’re enticed by the thought of an external hard drive, we recommend the Toshiba 1TB Canvio Basics External Hard Drive. This hard drive is perfect for students needing reliable and efficient storage. Its spacious 1TB capacity offers ample room for storing documents, presentations, multimedia files, and more.
Universities are buzzing hubs of life, which is amazing, but there may be times when silence is all you need.
For the perfect tool to hunkering down in the library, we recommend the Sony WH-1000XM4. The trendy headphones have noise-detecting sensors that alter according to your environment.
For an equally amazing experience, we recommend the Anker Soundcore Life Q30. These headphones boast a 40-hour play-time, meaning you can stay in the library for as long as you want without worrying about a dead battery.
When your schedule is teeming with lectures and coursework, it can be hard to keep track of things. This is why the last thing you’ll need is a lost phone or keys!
Small and super handy, trackers can be easily attached to your flat keys or phone, giving you real-time location updates. Most trackers are also fitted with the ability to play loud sounds so you can quickly pinpoint them.
Here’s to no more frantic searches in your bag for your accommodation keys!
With all the gadgets we’ve listed, you’ll surely have a smooth sailing university life!