Back-To-School Tech for Students

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Logitech
The MX Master 2S and MX Anywhere 2S series of wireless computer mice utilize a feature called Logitech FLOW, which allows one mouse to control everything on up to three screens on three distinct computers.
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Four Dell Inspiron 11 3000 Series Touch 11-inch notebook computers arranged in a circle resting on a surface. From left to right, a model in tablet mode, a model in tent mode, a model open over 180 degrees using the keyboard as a stand, and a model open over 90 degrees, facing left.
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Tom Tom
The Tom Tom Spark 3 is a fitness band that not only tracks what you are doing, it can also show where you’ve been and how to enjoy the way with great music.
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T-Mobile
The SyncUp Drive plugs into a vehicle’s on-bard diagnostic system port, and it will collect information about the car’s condition, provide maintenance reminders, and alert drivers about potential car trouble.
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Toysmith 4M
From growing crystals to building a walking robot to learning about dinosaur DNA, Toysmith 4M uses play to keep students interested and educate them about geology, robots, or paleontology.
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Wizards of the Coast
The digital version of the Fifth Edition D&D helps players keep track of their game characters while opening up their imaginations for their adventures.
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