Absolute Essential Gadgets

Absolute Essential Gadgets

Absolute Essential Gadgets

by July 8, 2014 0 comments


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Which gadgets mean the most to you? Are you a mobile phone junkie? Would you be lost without your MP3 player?

We find out just which of your electronic friends id your favourite.

Call up

It seems that for most of you, the thought of being without your mobile phone makes you nervous to say the least.

“My phone is me!” insists Kara, 15. “I take it everywhere and never switch it off. If it runs out of batteries, I start to panic.”

“My mobile is more than just a phone,” Sean, 16, tells us. “I play my games on it, take photos and send emails.

If I had to do without a phone, I guess I could use a camera or games console to do what I wanted to do, but a phone is more convenient.”

“I’m always losing my mates when we go out so if I didn’t have my phone I’d have to go home,” explains Louise, 18. “As well as that it’s nice to get a text from someone you haven’t seen for ages. Much easier to keep in touch than emailing or writing.”

Music is my life

For some of you, having twenty-four hour access to your top tunes is your biggest priority.

“I seriously wouldn’t make it out the door without my MP3 player,” exclaims Rosie, 14. “Whenever I go I have to have music or the journey’s well boring.”

“MP3 players are great because you can take them to parties and if the music’s rubbish just plug it in and dance to your own stuff,” says Marc, 17.

“If I had to give it up I’d just spend all my time watching telly, but that’s no good because I wouldn’t be able to do other stuff lat the same time.”

Game on

With new games coming out all the time and technology getting better and better, gaming is top of the list for loads of you.

“I can’t get through the winter without my PlayStation,” Jamie, 14, says. “When the weather’s awful outside and there’s nothing on TV, I love to play games.”

Saphira, 15, takes her handheld games console everywhere. “Car journeys, the bus to school, boring shopping trips with my mum, you name it, I take it,” she explains.

“My mum says it keeps me quiet. I think if I had to go without it, it would bother her more than me!”

PC perfection

Going online on your computer can keep you up-to-date with your mates, news and events and, of course, the latest happenings on n2k, but could you live without it?

“I think I spend more time online than I do on TV,” Prash, 15, tells us. “So to take it away from me would be my biggest nightmare.”

“I watch videos, send emails and listen to music online all the time,” explains Beth, 17. “I think as long as you have a PC and the internet, you can pretty much survive without a phone, games console or an MP3 player.”

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