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IvyWise Holiday Gift Guide 2013

Wed, Dec 11, 2013 @ 10:21 AM

2013 Student Holiday Gift GuideGreat Holiday Gifts for High School and College Students

It’s the holiday season, and in the midst of all the college applications, planning, exams, and test prep, students still need to take time to enjoy time with their families and loved ones.

The holiday season is the perfect time to let students, parents, teachers, and counselors know how much you appreciate all of their hard work and accomplishments.

Reward college-bound students, or those just finishing up their first semester in high school, with one of these great gifts from our 2013 Holiday Gift Guide. Practical and cool, these gifts are sure to be a hit with any high school or college student!

Better Together Note Pouch v2 $56.95

This laptop organizer is perfect for any student, whether in high school, college, or graduate school. This pouch includes two big folder pockets for notepads, tablets, or a small laptop, two front pockets for phones or mp3 devices, and several other pouches for pens, notepads, and any other supplies they may need while on-the-go!

Mophie Juice Pack Battery Case $79.95

Talking, texting, and running apps throughout the day can zap any high school or college student’s cell phone battery. Help your student stay charged on the go so they’re always connected with a chargeable battery case from Mophie for the iPhone, Samsung Galaxy, and HTC phones.

Bedphones $19.95

Does your teen like listening to tunes while dozing off? Bedphones are specially designed to be worn while sleeping, with soft foam covered speakers and comfortable ear hooks. Perfect for winding down after a stressful day of exams, or if they just want to tune out a noisy roommate. 

Pocket-Sized Scanner $44.95

Students are always looking for ways to make studying easier. This pocket-sized scanner will help them easily and quickly scan notes from textbooks, handouts, or any other document, and upload them to their computers in an editable format.

USB Mini Fridge $20

Every student needs a caffeine boost every now and then. This USB mini fridge runs on the power generated from your student’s computer, keeping sodas cool during long study sessions in the library.

PowerGrid $59

Perfect for those long nights studying in the library when all the outlets are taken up, the PowerGrid from Tego can charge up to three devices at once, including laptops, tablets, iPhones, iPods, Samsung Galaxy phones and more.

What other practical and cool tech gifts do you think would be great to give high school and college students this holiday season? Tell us in the comments below!

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