According to oxford dictionary gadgets are small tools such as a machine that have particular functions. E.g. phones. Tablets, watches, laptops and microphones. Desmond Llewellyn says what is brilliant about gadgets is their simplicity anyone can use a gadget, be it to make a call or send an email technology is always the fore front. The essay will discuss how gadgets may improve grades of university students. And allow them to be able to activity at own leisure and to see how technology can help both lectures and students
Technology has become a part of our everyday life and having technology which is easy to use and portable can allow a student to be efficient in many tasks on and off campus.
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