Technology has made just about every aspect of our lives easier – unless you are like me and don't know the difference between a gigabyte and a bug bite! We can connect with anyone at any time, take care of business on the go, get needed items shipped to our door within hours, and so much more.

With all that technology does for us, it’s hard to put a price on some things. Almost. Here are three electronics we think are worth their weight in gold for all that they do for us (if I can do it, ANYone can!):

iPadPOS

The iPad is much more than an overhyped way to check your e-mail and play Angry Birds. You can use the tablet to store and keep track of documents and photos, manage your personal and business expenses, shop online, read e-books, and so much more. With the right tools, you can even turn your iPad into a portable iPadPOS (point of sale) system for your business.

Smart Phone

Whether you have an iPhone, an Android, or one of the other hot smart phones, you can turn it into your own personal assistant, using it to make calls, take and store photos and videos, record voice memos, and more. With the vast array of apps that are available, you can do everything from keep track of the calories you’ve eaten to stay on top of your diet to monitoring your investments in real time.

PlayStation 3

The PlayStation 3 is not just for playing Rock Band. You can turn it into a personal media server, allowing you to use your TV to stream movies, watching videos from the Internet, listen to your personal music collection, and more.

What electronics do you think are worth their weight in gold because of the way they make your life easier or just more fun? Share your picks in the comments!

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