Students are most interested in buying laptops, fridges, and large televisions to take with them as they begin college life, according to a survey from Newegg and Wakefield Research.

Also, though college tech needs are shifting overall—toward products that provide mobility and convenience—the tech items viewed as most essential to college life are still the basics: laptops and printers.

Among the college students surveyed, 92% cite a laptop as a necessity for college, 66% cite a printer, 46% cite speakers or headphones, and 44% cite a smartphone.

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