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The Advantages of High-Tech Gadgets

High-tech gadgets and devices exist in almost every industry. Medical industries use software to treat some tumors, business sectors use PDAs and small payment processors to enhance work productivity, and digital reading devices such as the Amazon Kindle and Sony E-Reader allow individuals to read on-demand books and literature. The sticker price of high-tech gadgets is usually high, but gadget owners have the convenience to use these types of devices just about anywhere.


  • The majority of high-tech gadgets are extremely mobile and portable; this gives the owner the chance to use it at any time and any place. Consider netbooks that weigh an average of 2 to 3 lbs., and fit conveniently into small carrying cases or backpacks. High-tech gadgets that use GPS (global positioning system) technology are the ultimate mobile devices, which allow individuals to see and plan travel routes instantly. Wristwatches have also come a long way with high-tech features. Stanley/Brando manufactures a watch with a built-in LED flashlight, while Fossil produces a high-tech watch with a built-in Palm Operating System and a touch screen. All of these mobile, high-tech gadgets allow for convenience.


  • There are lots of high-tech gadgets that contain multiple capabilities. Gadget owners can use just one or two devices to handle many tasks. For example, PDAs (personal digital assistants), some mp3 players and other similar smartphone devices use mobile operating systems and user interfaces to allow for Internet surfing, voice communications and task scheduling. In many of these high-tech devices, wireless technology–a protocol that provides instant connectivity and communications–gets built into laptop computers, mobile PDAs, cell phones, and e-readers like the Amazon Kindle.

Personal Productivity

  • High-tech gadgets increase personal and professional productivity. Employees connect to the office from a home computer with secure VPN (virtual private networking) technology. Some sales people use PDAs, mobile computers and other high-tech devices to submit work orders and contact business associates. Sales transactions can even be instantly completed with the use of convenient devices like the Square–a mobile credit card reader just about 1 inch long that connects to most mobile devices. Business professionals and college students are two consumer groups that use high-tech gadgets to finish projects and collaborate with others through mobile technologies while at home, in the dorm or at the office.


  • High-tech gadgets pave the way for new devices to be produced. Computer processors are made faster with the use of two, three and four CPUs (central processing units) to enhance efficiency and speed. Technology companies and inventors continually research and find ways to tweak current high-tech gadgets in order to make processing more efficient, and expand the capabilities of consumer and business products.