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Top 10 Must Have Gadgets for College Students
As college students gear up to head back to school, be sure to pack these must-have gadgets to make your life easier. 

3D TV

In the television world, all the excitement this summer has been focused on the development of 3D TV. If you’re looking to stay ahead of the curve, then it’s time to call up your roommate and discuss making an investment in one of the new 3D enabled televisions from Sony, Samsung or Panasonic.
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iPhone 4

Released June 24, the iPhone 4 is the thinnest smartphone on the market so far, but still manages to incorporate several new features into its 9.3 millimeter thick frame. In addition to app multitasking and home screen wallpapers, the latest version of the iPhone boasts one-of-a-kind FaceTime video calling and improved battery life.
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Livescribe Pulse Smartpen

Taking notes and listening to your professor at the same time can be difficult, but the Pulse Smartpen says it doesn’t have to be. The 4 GB version holds over 400 hours of audio, allowing students to record lectures and easily access them at any point in time. The smartpen also comes with desktop software to help users transfer information from the pen and specialty paper to their computers on the go.
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Nintendo 3DS

Have a few minutes between classes and need a breather? Nintendo has taken transportable entertainment to a whole new level with the Nintendo 3DS. The device provides an unparalleled experience, giving users the opportunity to play games and watch movies in 3D without glasses. The handheld is approximately 5.3 inches wide with a 3 inch LCD touch screen and three cameras to help create the unique 3D effect.
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Creative Labs D200 Wireless Bluetooth Speaker

A good study session is never complete without a little music, right? These Bluetooth-enabled speakers are compact and easy to move in and out of your dorm room. Unlike many products on the market with iPod/iPhone docks, the D200 allows users to play music from just about every Bluetooth device imaginable, including Smartphones, PC’s and the iPad.
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Apple Macbook

The newest MacBook includes a faster processer, more battery life and better graphics than earlier models. Apple hasn’t made any wholesale changes to its best-selling laptop, keeping the same price and body structure, which according to critics, makes it tough to beat in the back-to-school market.
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Asus Eee Netbook

For students looking for a more compact computer, the Asus Eee PC 1005PR Netbook makes tremendous strides from its predecessors, while maintaining its easily portable 10-inch frame. The company’s newest netbook is very reasonably priced ($400-$500) compared to its competitors with an impressive HD display, HD video playback and a 250 GB hard drive.
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Sony Cyber-shot DSC-S2100

Sony’s latest Cyber-shot is a compact 12.1 megapixel camera that makes it easy for any student to snap a picture at any moment. Its small dimensions (3.8 X 2.4 X 1.1 inches) allow users to carry it around with ease without sacrificing screen size. Unlike most cameras in its class, the Cyber-shot has a 3-inch LCD screen.
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Xbox 360 Slim

In June Microsoft introduced a sleeker, smaller and quieter redesign of its Xbox 360, which has sold more than 40 million consoles since its release in 2005. The new system has a 250 GB hard drive, built-in Wi-Fi and 5 USB ports.
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Motorola MotoNav TN765t

Need help navigating your college town? Motorola’s newly-redesigned GPS goes beyond the standard navigation system. The MotoNav adjusts directions to address any traffic problems and uses Bluetooth capabilities to pair with your cell phone and sync your address book and recent text messages. The voice recognition and touch screen allow users to drive safely while inputting information at the same time.
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Top 10 Must Have Gadgets for College Students

As college students gear up to head back to school, be sure to pack these must-have gadgets to make your life easier. 

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