Gadget

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Innovation ImpliedPlay
The term often suggests the gadget is a clever new invention or a creative way to solve a problem. SlideShe showed off her gadget that could chop and spiralize vegetables swiftly.
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Size MattersPlay
Gadgets are typically small and portable, making them handy for users on the go. SlideHe carried a tiny gadget that could charge his phone anywhere.
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Not Always EssentialPlay
Some gadgets are more for convenience or fun than necessity. SlideHer kitchen drawer was filled with gadgets, though she only used a few regularly.