Top 10 DIY Hacks For Your High-Tech Gadgets

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    We love gadgets, and its hard to imaging when our favorite gadgets breaks. You don't really want to spend a lot of money buying a new one. Well, its easy to fix your high-priced gadgets with these low-tech hacks.

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    We came up with a DIY tips and tricks where you can fix you favorite gadgets without actually spending much on them. Take a look at the slider below to know more about the low-cost hacks for your gadgets.

    Use Spring For Charging Cables

    Smartphone chargers are way to expensive, and they easily break down after continuous usage. You can use a spring from an old pen to keep your charger from bending and breaking.

    Managing Cables Using Credit Cards

    It's hard to manage cables from getting tangled. You can use old credit or ATM card or a gift card to wrap headphones, smartphone cables and keep them from getting tangled.

    Boost Smartphone Sound

    Not many smartphone on the market comes with best speakers for enhanced audio experiences. You can use a toilet paper roll and solo cups to boost smartphone sound.

    Smartphone Charging Holder

    Many of us usually find it hard to place smartphone while charging. You can cut the shampoo bottle in half to place smartphone while charging.

    iPad Book Cover

    iPad cover is way expensive. You can use the composition book as an iPad cover.

    iPad Holder

    Use old cutting board as an iPad holder

    PVC Pipe For Laptop Stand

    An easy way to make laptop stand is by making out of PVC pipes. Use pipes and joints to make your own designed laptop stand.

    Organize Cables

    If you are using a desktop, then you might be messing around with its cables. You can use binder clips to organize cables.

    Keyboard Legs

    Binder clips can also be used to fix the broken keyboard legs. Just remove the handles from the binder clips and fix them to the keyboard.

    Watch Videos While Traveling

    If you are a frequent traveler, then put your smartphone in a plastic bag to get a better viewing experience.

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