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Must Have Gadgets

Updated on February 2, 2018

Must Have Gadgets for 2018


Must Have Gadgets

Technology companies in local or in international industry are constantly updating and innovating their current gadgets or models for the satisfaction of their target market. Today, all ages are benefiting from the updates brought by these companies like Samsung, Apples, Huawei, Microsoft and many more. Whenever and wherever, people have gadgets to entertain, communicate or transact business.

In social media like Facebook, many people are using their gadgets to educate their viewers or share their adventures through pictures and videos. Like them, you can also share your unforgettable memories using the gadgets below.

Cellular Phone

One of the fast changing or most updated gadget in the market is the cellular phone. Most of the mobile phone companies have improve the specifications of cameras, storage capacity and batter life.

Based on the reviews and frequently asked questions, target buyers usually check on the resolution of cameras. There several sites that will help you compare the camera and other features of your mobile phone selection.

One of the best buys cellular phone is the Oppo F5. Its features are almost the same with other known units in the market. It comes with a 6 inch touchscreen display with a camera resolution of 1080 pixels x 2160 pixels. This has 16 megapixel primary camera on the rear and 20 megapixel front shooter for selfies.

This also has a fingerprint sensor to protect your phone from any unnecessary incidents like identity thief, file sharing, or file fishing.

Except from its outstanding features, OPPO F5 is cheaper compared to other units and it captures the real you!

OPPO F5 Review

Pocket Wifi

If your phone is not registered to any postpaid internet load, securing a pocket wifi must be on your list. As soon as you took your favorite pose, sharing it via Instagram or go Live via Facebook is your next step.

Miss nothing in the world with your handy Globe LTE Mobile Prepaid. This has a flexible load depending on your data needs. You may check out their site or visit the nearest Globe store near you.


Cellular phone is everything you need. You can text, call, take pictures, watch movies, and even make reports. But having an alternative gadget to take pictures or record videos is of good advantage.

The Campark ACT74 with 16 megapixel 4K wifi and waterproof sports camera is the best choice.


The use of drones became popular in the defence or armed forces. Due to its wireless control and real rime recording, this gadget plays a major role in surveillance. But for an adventurer, this provides a wider scope of sceneries and getting the perfect bird’s-eye-view of the perspective in pictures or videos.

For beginners, the X183GPS Follow Double GPS with 5.8 FPV transmission and 2.0 megapixel HD camera brings you a wonderful aerial photography experience. You can also monitor the views from the sky on its 4.3 inch LCD screen.


Your day tour might consume the battery life of your gadgets and electricity is not available in your island adventure. A powerbank will save your night and never miss the sparkling fireflies outside your tent.

Powerbanks come in varied design, thickness, and mAh capacity. One of the best chargers to buy is the MAXOAK with 50,000 mAh. This let you charge six devices at once. Isn’t amazing!

Tripod and selfie stick

If you are a solo traveller, taking pictures and videos are now easy because of tripod and selfie stick.


While relaxing or enjoying a cup of coffee, you might want to share your experiences through your blogging site. Writing an article about your recent adventure is worth publishing.

© 2018 Pinky de Garcia

What other gadgets do you recommend?

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    • PAINTDRIPS profile image

      Denise McGill 

      10 months ago from Fresno CA

      I have a feeling that this is a lot to lug around while sight seeing. With the exception of the phone, many of these things are bulky and heavy and would really limit your mobility some. And where would you fit a drone in your back pack? I can see traveling with all this to short jaunts around the countryside, but I wouldn't fly with it all. Too much trouble. Too expensive to have the airline loose in your luggage. Just saying.

    • Frank Atanacio profile image

      Frank Atanacio 

      10 months ago from Shelton

      the Drones too? great helpful hub my friend... :)


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