Back-To-School Tech, Gear, And Gadgets

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Jason Lee:
Janna good morning. I can't believe it's already back to school time so where do we get started?

Janna Robinson:
Well first thing you need is school supplies so my first stop is Office Depot and OfficeMax stores for great style and savings. They have the exclusive DiVoga brand collection, so cool with gold-struck glitz and glammy metallic pop with lots of bold colors and fresh patterns that will spruce up even the boringest of school topics.

Also backpacks. This Jansport has plenty of storage. Also very durable so it'll last you throughout the year. There's 30% off all backpacks go to Office Depot or OfficeMax stores or

Then for computers the must-have laptop is the HP Pavilion X360. It's so versatile. It transitions between four modes. It's vibrant new colors. It's packed with HD or full HD touch display and it's built with Windows 10 in mind so free upgrades are available.

And when you're thinking about home security Nexia Home Intelligence is easy secure. It's an affordable way to make your home smarter and your life easier with an all-in-one app that automates everything from your lighting to your garage door even your sprinklers. The smart lock can send you a text message when your kids are home and you can even watch video right from your smart phone.

Also you're going to need a phone. Net 10 wireless has some great plans. A phone that doesn't break the bank. An unlimited high speed data plans for $35.00 no contract. Family plans for $75.00. Bring your own phone program which is really wonderful. Keep your phone, stay with your existing network, but get the savings.

The HP Envy is going to change the way we think about ink with its instant ink service. It's the Envy 5540. Really great. It knows when you're running low. HP sends it directly to your door so it's endless ink. You never have to worry about it again.

And for parents who are worried about their kids whereabouts the V alert, that's V dot Alert, is a discrete wearable button that when pressed can summon emergency help. So it's activated with Bluetooth technology. It contacts three of your pre- selected contacts along with your GPS coordinates. It's $19.99 and it's no monthly contract so it's really great. It's great for kids, women who are pregnant, even students and people that like to exercise.

Jason Lee:
Alright Janna sounds great. Where can we go for more information?

Janna Robinson:

Jason Lee:
Awesome great stuff. Janna Robinson thanks so much for being here. We appreciate it. And Eye Opener continues.