We live in an era where we can’t be separated from technology even for a day. We constantly have to check our social media updates, notifications, messages and calls from friends and family. Our reliance on Google for every little thing leave us with no choice either.

But a lot of people don’t know how to use their gadgets efficiently and because of that they run out of battery or are easily damaged.  Since all of our personal gadgets play a huge role in our lives, we should try our best to use them as efficiently as possible. Not only does this save energy but also because in doing so we reduce the carbon imprint.

Here’s how to do it:


1.     Get a laptop

If you don’t do any heavy stuff on your desktop computer such as graphic designing, running hardcore and professional software etc. and only use it for regular things like checking emails, web browsing or watching videos and playing light games then you need to get a laptop. Switching all of your work on a laptop is going to save a lot of energy because a CPU takes in more electricity to operate and this result in higher electricity bills. Look for laptops that are popular for energy efficiency and get one that suits your needs best.

2.     Get smart about smartphones

These days, everybody jumps on the bandwagon of getting the latest model of smartphone even though they might not know how to use even half of its features. Investing in a gadget that you don’t know how to operate is a waste of money and energy. They run out of battery really quick and you keep a phone that you don’t even want to use much.

If you are someone that just sticks to basics when it comes to a phone then get a regular low budget smartphone that is good enough for checking messages and emails, taking calls and pictures.

However, if you have already taken an expensive smartphone then the best way to save its energy is to close all apps when you are not using them. This protects the battery from depleting really quickly and you don’t have to charge it more often. Also, lower the brightness levels of the phone when using at night. Switch to flight mode while travelling and you will get a much more optimum level of battery on the phone. 


3.     Tablets

A lot of people make the mistake of using the tablet like a laptop, even though it is somewhat of a hybrid of a smartphone and laptop. The purpose of a tablet is mostly to be that of an eBook reader plus with some browsing. But people try to use them heavily for other purposes as well and that causes the battery to drain out easily.

Note: Always unplug the charger for any of your gadgets when the battery is full and don’t leave it charging for hours.

Make sure to get good insurance on your personal gadgets and go to to avoid any mishaps.

*The information in this blog is designed to provide helpful information on the subjects discussed. Please seek a professional for expert advice as we can not be held responsible for any damages or negative consequences upon following this information.

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