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Seven Port USB 3.0 Hub
If you need a few extra USB ports when connecting a PC, tablet or smart TV to media, a USB hub is a great choice.
This particular hub comes equipped with seven ports, supports USB 3.0 SuperSpeed, Plug-and-Play function and a transfer rate up to 5Gbps.
Via: USB Geek
Double Power - D7015 7-inch tablet
Many students want a tablet to replace bulkier laptops while on the move, but sometimes its simply not possible to fork out for an iPad or Samsung Galaxy Tab. However, for basic functionality and Internet access in a lightweight casing, there are a number of cheaper options on the market -- such as the D7015 7-inch tablet. It's a little more than $50, but about as cheap as you can get for a tablet at the moment -- and comes with enough basic functions to keep a student happy.
The tablet has 4GB storage space, a processing speed of 1.2GHz, 512mb memory, one SD slot, a front-facing webcam and runs on Android. If you want to go slightly upmarket, consider a Google Nexus.
See also: Back to School: Smartphones under $100
Via: Best Buy
iPhone 5 Polycarbonate Wallet
Theft is not the only peril a student's mobile device will face during years of study -- accidentally being dropped or thrown in a rage is also a possibility. Going beyond protection, you can buy covers such as the iPhone 5 polycarbonate wallet so your student can keep money, credit cards and I.D. in the same place as their mobile -- and so hopefully there will be less chance of these important items being lost or mislaid.