Nepal | February 20, 2019

Sukiriti Sharma’s gadgets of choice

• Professional’s Preference

The Himalayan Times
Sukiriti Sharma is the Relationship Manager of Research and Development Department at Nepal Investment Bank Ltd.

Sukiriti Sharma is the Relationship Manager of Research and Development Department at Nepal Investment Bank Ltd.

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.

iPhone 6 PlusGadget I cannot live without

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.


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