Buying tech doesn't have to mean ditching the pen. The Wacom Intuos Draw plugs into a Mac or PC with a single USB, making it ideal for budding creatives. With an RRP of AU$119, JB has knocked the price down to AU$99.
Young students are obsessed with their smartphones. And the Chromecast Ultra (AU$99) lets them beam most video apps from the phone to a TV, with 4K and HDR compatibility. Good for school presentations... or cat videos.
For PE-loving kids or those trying out for the Uni soccer team, a fitness tracker is a great tech option. If the Fitbit Charge 2 and Alta 2 are out of your price range, Fitbit has dropped the RRP on the Flex 2 fitness tracker to $90, and some retailers are selling it for even less.
Perfect for the budding PC builder, the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B is a credit card-sized computer that lets school and uni kids get creative with computer science. Add your own peripherals and you're ready to go, all for AU$58.