Everyone’s different, some of us need everything to be neat and tidy; others need a bit of chaos to be creative. Modern desktops get cluttered with more than just papers, coffee mugs, and notebooks. We have to contend with all the mess that technology adds to it–phone chargers, monitor, keyboard, or laptop cables, maybe a landline telephone, maybe not. If your office has Wi-Fi, that’s one less wire but many still use a cable. It’s possible to do most or all of it wirelessly… until the battery runs out.

Benefits of a clutter free desk space.

It’s easier to focus on what you’re doing. It gives you space to make a creative mess, if a bit of chaos is part of your process. It means that anyone seeing your working environment will regard you as professional and on the ball. If you are someone who needs a messy desk, you’ll find that not having cables under the scattered papers of text and doodles reduces the number one risk you as a messy desk user will face: the disaster of a spilled cup of coffee.

Taking wires out of the equation

As mentioned above, going wireless has one major drawback–battery life. If your workspace is your desk, cables and wires are nearly unavoidable so you need to look at ways of keeping them under control. Cable ties? That’s one way. Doesn’t stop them sticking out the sides of your desk or hiding under that document you’re about to put your coffee mug down on… The most elegant solution is a cable-port that lets you keep all those pesky wires out of the way and have them come up to your laptop, phone, monitor, or printer from below. What do I mean? Something like the MiniConnect from neets.uk, which you can find on Amazon.

A gadget is an investment into your future; it’s difficult to imagine a world without phones, computers and other devices. It’s important to complete proper research when investing.

Here are some tips: firstly, look at every option available, not only the most known brands. Additionally, it’s important to know what you’re paying for by looking at the specs in comparison to the price. When everything appears satisfactory to your needs, the only thing left is to buy!

Most college students overcome academic challenges on a near day-to-day basis, but gadgets can help improve their efficiency and how easily they cope with said challenges. The following gadgets are useful for notetaking, scheduling, and keeping up with the news and social media: a tablet with a Bluetooth keyboard, a smart pen and a smartwatch.

Furthermore, noise cancelling headphones can help facilitate a concentrated study session and a portable power bank relieves the risk of a dead battery.

The internet age has been a time of change for civilization: communication has never been as easy as it is now. Much of this success is attributed to broadband technology. Broadband generally refers to high-speed internet access. There are multiple high-speed transmissions technologies available and the one you choose is dependent on several factors, such as your location, availability and price.

Wireless, Satellite, Digital Subscriber Line, Cable Modem, Broadband over Powerlines and Fiber are broadband technologies.

Most of us have some form of relationship with our phones- almost like an emotional attachment, that is not necessarily logical to have with a digital device. Manufacturers recognise this and often advertise how a device can make people feel, beyond simply the technical features.

Our mobile phones can make us feel connected and all the media available to us, that we could potentially lose were we to break or misplace our devices, facilitates this sense of attachment.

The gaming industry is growing at an exponential rate and much of this has to do with technological advancements- people can simply press download and have a new game on their device.

People’s desire to play video games has been facilitated or nurtured by various factors. Creativity in game design, constantly improving graphics, game streaming on multiple platforms and classic games being rereleased for nostalgia factors. People are not only gaming but striving towards working in the industry.