In pictures: Back to school tech guide

Bring on the new school year with these gadgets
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A few tech gadgets that will help all year round
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The Iorigin Ice Cream power bank is fast charging with a high 6000mAh capacity. It has a built in LED light and automatically turns off when full charged. The cute ice cream design comes with a fast charging micro to USB data cable.
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The Acer Swift 3 has a slim and slender body with a metal top cover and a 14” HD display. It features the Intel Core i3 processor and 4GB RAM, providing a combination of high power, speed all in one device, along with battery life of up to 10 hours. The Acer Swift 3 is also easy to use and features the Windows 10 with 256GB SSD of storage.
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HP’s OfficeJet Pro 7720 is a highly reliable printer that offers an array of features and pairs up with its HP Smart app.
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Sennheiser is expanding its in-ear wireless headphone range with the launch of the new CX 7.00BT. The new model offers a minimalist lightweight neckband design, bass-driven sound and wireless technology in an affordable pair of headphones.
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The HTC U11 is the world's first smartphone that has a squeeze feature, meaning its HTC Edge Sense allows users to squeeze the edges to perform a wide range of functions, such taking photos, accessing Facebook, or launching any installed apps. The Edge Sense is based on actual pressure applied to the side of the device.
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The HP Sprocket remains a standout choice for buyers looking to invest in a cool pocket sized photo-printer at an affordable price. Each Sprocket comes with 10 shots sheets which allow kids to quickly capture and print memories and build a collage which they can treasure forever. For kids, this camera will be a hit at a sleepover, at school or just about anywhere in between as it is extremely easy to use and portable.
Thu 07 Sep 2017 09:15 AM GST