Last week, our LD Experts covered the best school laptops of 2016. But what if you want a device that’s more practical for schoolwork than a smartphone, but lighter and generally cheaper than a laptop?
Of course, you’ll be interested in tablets. These days, that also includes convertibles or hybrids – with hideable or detachable keyboards. That way, they function as either a laptop or a tablet, as needed.
But which are your best options? As always, that depends on your needs and also your budget. Here are some of the best tablet options for 2016.
Returning to class, whether it’s grade school, college, or university, is always part-thrilling-part-daunting. If choosing a new laptop is among your 2016 concerns, our London Drugs Experts can help.
First, consider what you need. Mainly web surfing and word processing? Keep it light and low-priced with good battery life. Running deep data analysis or, you know, video games? Step up in screen size and processing power.
That means there are two broad categories of back-to-school laptops. Let’s call them essential and advanced. Below are four recommendations for each category spread between the most popular laptop brands.
No matter what you do in 2016, London Drugs has a laptop for you. Here are some of the year’s best options.
Students heading to college or university this fall are starting to stock up on the must-have tech tools to help them get through school. From noise isolating headphones to help with study to health tech devices to help with sleep, our London Drugs tech experts have assembled the top 10 gadgets that are great for any student gearing up for dorm life.
3D printing technology is now more accessible and affordable than ever before. Great for art or engineering students, the Tiertime UP Mini 35 Printer is as easy to use as a traditional inkjet. The printer’s best resolution at 0.2 mm gives great details at a great speed. The enclosed design protects children from hot parts. The UP software allows users to start their 3D printing adventures immediately.
Having a personal printer is an affordable luxury or a cheap necessity. For about $50, a student can have his/her own Canon PIXMA MX492 compact printer right in the dorm, which can print, scan, fax, all without wires and cables (except the power cable).
Join our tech team for a Twitter party on Tuesday, August 27 to learn more about the evolution of touch screen technology, why it’s so prominent in today’s devices, and some of the latest and greatest products in touch screen technology available at London Drugs. You’ll also have a chance of winning one of several $50 London Drugs gift cards.
Date: Tuesday, August 27, 2013
Time: 6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. PST
Location: Online – Twitter
From tablets to notebooks and essential accessories, the right technology will help students ease back into classrooms next month. Whether you are looking to update your own back-to-school tech lineup or trying to outfit your child with the right gear, here are seven products that make the grade.