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Northeastern holiday gift guide 2022: the best gifts in tech

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Technology is always evolving, so why shouldn’t your holiday gift giving? When it comes to tech gifts this holiday season, Northeastern University faculty all agree that it comes down to the little things, making life easier or better on a daily basis. Whether it’s a cutting-edge electronic notebook that makes studying and note taking easier for a student in your life or a device that simplifies the two-factor authentication process we’re all using nowadays, these faculty-recommended pieces of tech will help update the holidays.

Next-level note taking

There was only one piece of tech that multiple Northeastern professors recommended: the Ratta Supernote.

An e-ink note taking display, the Supernote is admittedly a bit pricey but worth every penny, say John Basl, associate professor of philosophy, and Kristen Lee, lead faculty in behavioral science and leadership.

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