The year 2020 has faced a lot of global challenges. However one fact was fully established, we all need to think, act and work smart. Having this in mind, there some gadgets that have become real necessities no longer luxury.
So, as you plan for 2021, you might want to consider having some few smart items before 2020 closes up. Check out a few recommendations.
1. A Laptop
Whether you're a student, worker, job seeker, service provider, content creator or business man, one thing is for sure. You can no longer do business as usual. No more analogue methods. You must get a laptop at the minimum. If you already have one, you might want to consider upgrading.
2. A smartphone
This is a no brainer. With the advent of social media and how news spread like wildfire (shout out to my Twitter family),
having a smartphone is super necessary especially if you want to stay in the loop of things. Every day, technology gives us even more reasons to get a smartphone as newer versions of phones today do more than just calling/texting.
3. A Smart TV
After hustling all day long, you need to come home, take a hot shower and relax in front of your Smart TV with options of watching Netflix, YouTube or Showmax. Take it from me, you need a smart device to also entertain and help you relax. And you can shop for your preferred Smart TV right here on Modeldirect online store.
Some things were designed to make life just a little bit more convenient, especially when you’re moving into a new apartment. Things like microwaves, tabletop cookers, blenders, coffee makers, toasters, and even ovens can go a long way to making life easier. Whether you’re an English breakfast lover or pounded yam and Egusi type of person, having some basic appliances can help you make the food you love faster and stress-free.
Ernest is a creative thinker, writer and online media designer. In 2017 he authored & wrote screenplay for the movie, “The Partner”. A fun loving guy and lover of GOD, Ernest is also Co-Founder of Modeldirect Online Store. His favourite mantra is, “What God cannot do does not exist”.