The Latest Tech Accessories

10 April, 2017 | Della Wyler | IT Certifications, Virtual Training
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Technology is an ever evolving world that presents us with everyday gadgets that can make our tasks easier to perform. For the average tech user, having the latest phone, laptop and camera are often enough, but if you’re tech savvy or work in the IT industry, you’re probably looking for more unique tech products on the market. To help you in that quest, here are 3 of the latest tech accessories you should have in your life, whether you are a professional or simply receiving remote IT training.

 Tools to Help with Your Job or Remote IT Training

  1. YOUMO

YOUMO is a unique solution to the age-old problem of lacking outlets. Someone who uses a lot of gadgets on a regular basis is always looking for a power source  – from the usual plugs to your USB all – in one outlet. Well, that’s been done, right? Not like this!  The inventors of YOUMO have developed a universal charger which solves almost every problem someone who want to plug and use their devices would have.

Apart from the usual charging stations, YOUMO also comes with wireless charging, speakers, a light source, power LAN and Wi-Fi. The device is the perfect combination of perks that can make the life of a gadget-loving person so much easier.

  1. Dash-i MicroSD Reader

Gone are the days when you had to go through different intermediaries so you could increase your storage space for pictures, videos or files. If your phone or tablet needs more memory, you can stick in a Dash-i MicroSD to expand the external storage of the device limitlessly. This is perfect for tech savvy people who are on the go, and don’t have the time to transfer their daily files to their laptops.  Or, for those who just deal with too many files every day. For a small accessory, this device packs a lot of storage. If you know you’ll be working a lot with your phone or tablet, take this with you to supplement your gadget’s limited memory.

  1. Smart, Wireless Earbuds

Although Apple confused its users with their version of wireless AirPods this year because they were so easy to lose, they were on the right track with the concept. A lot of people using earphones find the wires constricting. They always get tangled, and they’re not the easiest to use when you’re on the go. Now that almost everything is going wireless, it’s about time the much-used earphones joined the club. Instead of AirPods, you can try alternatives that lock into your ears when you put them on, like Skybuds.

What new product are you going to try?  Let us know in the comments below!