Sukiriti Sharma is the Relationship Manager of Research and Development Department at Nepal Investment Bank Ltd. She believes technology is the world at your fingertips; it makes life easier and allows easy access to information increasing productivity and communication.
My favourite gadget
My favourite gadget is my iPhone 6 Plus. To leave home without my phone is to feel lost and totally disconnected with the world. I love my phone for its easy functionality, performance and the range of apps that is accessible.
Features I like the most
It is the easiest phone to use, it helps me communicate and I believe the audio is better with easy to control iPhone 6 Plus headphones. It has excellent battery life with a beautiful camera. Also, the new version of iOS is extremely helpful to save battery.
Gadget on my wish list
I recently learned about Virtual Reality (VR) headsets. So, I would definitely like to keep this on my wish list priority.
I would have to say my phone, watch and tab.
Gadgets that would never go out of style
It would be smartphones, tablets, ultrabooks and televisions.
If I were a gadget, my specification would be
If I were a gadget, I would be easy to operate, simple, user friendly, strong and reliable.
Gadget as a gift for
LOVED ONE: A Marshall Bluetooth Speaker.
PARENTS: A professional house helper robot so that they can rest.
BEST FRIEND: An iPhone to video chat.
The game I am playing currently
I am not a gamer but I enjoy subway surf, temple run, fruit ninja and angry birds.
My favourite app
It is the super notes, calendar, mobile banking apps, dictionary, skype, viber and the likes.
A version of this article appears in print on May 09, 2016 of The Himalayan Times.