If you’re a student laden with textbooks, a laptop, DAP, and whatever else you haul around from class to class, a good backpack is standard equipment. But this doesn’t mean you need to spend a lot of money, as there are a variety of well made and featured backpacks that won’t break the bank. Here are some of our favorites that we’ve found and used…
Students are back in school and hitting the books hard. While many students have to leave home to go to school, a few lucky, or unlucky ones, have to stay back home. That being said, what’s your tech luxury item that you’ve decided to take with you to school?
A lot of students have just started a new semester or are just about to. Students need to save pennies everywhere that they can. This is why it’s important to make sure that you stay on budget when school starts. Here are a few tips to keep things in balance.
With a lot of students heading back to dorms and apartments, we know that budgets will be tight. That being said, it’s safe to say that almost all students need laptops. It’s an essential tool to work with in school, plus nothing really beats the convenience of a laptop. That being said, it’s surprising how expensive they can become. How would you like to get a great laptop for about half the price of an iPhone?
If you’re like most students, you are probably trying get a few appliances for your dorm room or new apartment that you’ll be sharing with roommates. Buying new appliances can be quite costly. The thing is that if you take your time and find other ways of getting stuff, you’ll probably save a bunch of money. The Consumer Reports is a nonprofit, expert and independent blog that just posted a great guide on how to purchase some cheap back-to-school appliances.