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What’s the best thing about your technological tools?

What’s the best thing about your technological tools?

Kim Keovaleak, 20, Sony BRAVIA user
“Sony BRAVIA stands out among the many other types of LCD televisions out there. Not only does it provide movies, music videos and news, but it does all this at high definition and allows you to connect to your smartphone and computer. After hours of working on homework and studying on my laptop, my eyesight often begins to blur. Connecting to Sony BRAVIA helps a lot, easing pressure on my eyes with the giant, high-definition screen.” 

Lak Nimol, 23, iPhone 4 user
“Although the iPhone 4 is so small it can fit in the palm of your hand, it provides a multitude of functions - from taking photos at high quality to playing music with a speaker. Another great thing about the iPhone 4 is its translation tool; you can use the dictionary easily and translate any word instantly.” 

Ear Boneath, 21, Canon 600D user
“This camera captures photos with high pixel count while also allowing you to focus and blur any area you choose. Currently, I’m travelling a lot, and this camera has been great in terms of helping me take amazing photos of my journeys and then upload to the internet to share with people all over the world.” 

Chey Theb, 21, ASUS laptop user
“Any student today knows how useful a laptop can be. Though smartphones and tablets can input text and data and even access the internet, the laptop allows you to have everything at your fingertips. With a laptop, you can write papers and do research as well as store music, photos and videos.” 

Ly Makara, 22, Samsung Galaxy Tablet user

“In the past, I took notes at school with paper and pen, but today I use my tablet, which is great for taking notes and reading books. Unlike a computer, the tablet is so light, I can take it anywhere. It can store thousands of lessons and documents and still fit in my school bag.” 

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