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Power Up!

Technology is important for today’s students, but not much is going to get done if you don’t keep those devices charged up. During back-to-school shopping, why not grab a charger to help make sure your student stays powered up throughout the day.

We have plenty to choose from, including ones from ZAGG. Their Power Up Backup Batteries come in different sizes. And they’re small and easy to toss in a backpack, so you can take them virtually anywhere.

Got a Samsung device?  Maybe the Samsung Charging Pad (sold separately) is more your speed. It allows you to charge your compatible devices without a wall charger or USB port.  Super simple because you don’t have to keep track of a cable. And get this; you can still use your device while it’s charging.

Looking cool!

Want to impress your friends and your teachers? The ZTE Spro 2 Smart Projector might be just the thing to do it.

The Android-powered, portable projector has an easy to use 5-inch LCD touchscreen. You can use it for a school presentation, a projector for your dorm room, or gather your friends for a backyard movie night.

Use it virtually anywhere

Thanks to its compact design, the ZTE Spro 2 Smart Projector can fit in your backpack and project images up to 10 feet in size, all in 720p HD resolution. Powered by Android, the Spro 2 allows you access to the Google Play™ store, giving you the ability to download and project virtually any type of app and entertainment no matter where you are.

No Wi-Fi, no power, no problem

The ZTE Spro 2 Smart Projector gives you multiple ways to view your content.  It comes with HDMI/USB ports or microSD™ connections— perfect when you're traveling or out of the classroom. And no power? No problem! The ZTE has an internal battery that gives you 2.5 hours of projection or up to 16 hours of connectivity.*.

* Estimated maximum standby and use time may vary depending on your current usage patterns, settings, and other factors and conditions.

AT&T News Team
AT&T News Team SVP and Executive Editor-at-Large at Black Enterprise