Thursday, March 29, 2012

Maharaja Whiteline Cooler with aroma stick for fragrance


Large 65 Ltr. water tank capacity
  -Auto Louviers for uniform    distribution of air.
  -Aroma Stick for Fragrance
  -Base mounted powerful fan for    noiseless performance
  -Latest state-of-the-art design
  -Rust proof all ABS body
  -Four way air deflection system
  -Multiple speed control
  -Special Wood wool evaporative    pads
  -Water level indicator

Onida HD Media Player

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Entering an already crowded media player market is Onida’s latest NexS HD media player. This little box capable of Full HD output is priced at Rs.6,490, which makes it a competitor to the WD TV Live. It supports all popular HD video formats (nothing specific is mentioned on their site) and features networking capabilities as well. The player is available now in all major cities across India.

The Onida NexS comes with two USB 2.0 ports that support pen drives, as well as portable hard drives. The player also has Samba built-in making it easier to share the media files over your home network. The NexS only has wired connectivity but it should be possible to use a Wi-Fi dongle in one of the USB ports just like the WD TV Live.

While it supports 1080p, Onida haven’t mentioned which formats are supported by the player. We’ll know soon enough though once we do a full review of the NexS, so stay tuned.

Monday, March 26, 2012

Zync Z990 Android Tablet

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Google's fetish for naming its Android OS versions after desserts had got us yearning to taste the Ice Cream Sandwich on a tablet. After getting a scoop of it in the SamsungGalaxy Nexus, little did we imagine that the nifty operating system would reach us integrated in the Zync Z990 tablet. Yes, India’s supposed first ICS tablet launched a week ago for a price under 10k. With a price tag that appears so attractive, all we need to know is - Is the OS used to the best of its abilities? Has the tablet compromised to achieve such a price tag? Read on for the review of the Zync Z990 to get all these questions answered.

India's first ICS tablet

India's first ICS tablet

Design and Build quality
Zync managed to pull out an average 7-inch, affordably priced tablet. By the looks of it, however, the company didn’t seemingly put in a lot of thinking for the build quality. The design is simple and the tablet is dipped in a jet black hue and completely crafted out of plastic. Some may find black to be quite sophisticated, but the plastic looks cheap and if you take a closer look at the bezel area, the screen doesn’t look securely fitted into the bezel. The back flap near the ports is loosely fit and the device all in all lacks a good finish.
This all black, all plastic device has about a 1cm bezel on the left, above and below the screen, while the right side has more than 2cm bezel. The right side equips all the ports and the company has even named them on the back to assist users further. You’ll find a microSD card slot, HDMI, 3.5mm jack, main power port, microUSB and a standard 2.0 USB port running along the right side. Similarly marked on the right upper edge, you will find mic, power, menu and surprisingly an Esc button. The Esc button is to close an application instantly. Disappointingly, there are no physical volume controls, while the speakers are placed on the backside.  It has given the rear camera a miss like some of the affordable tablets we’ve seen lately, but again managed to get a front facing camera.

Imprinted with port names

Imprinted with port names

It’s a tad heavy for a 7-incher at 380 grams, and equips a WVGA 480 x 800 pixel capacitive touchscreen, which responds fairly well. We are always glad to see a capacitive screen on a sub-10k tablet. Again, we’ve seen most of the tablets in this price range not go past this screen resolution, which is disappointing. Zync also offers a dockable USB keyboard that can be bought separately for Rs.999.
User Interface
This latest Zync tablet is powered by a 1.2GHz Vivante GC460 mobile processor with 1GB RAM and runs on Android ICS 4.3.0 operating system. Inspite of the nifty software and hardware combo, the user interface did appear sluggish at several instances. The company decided to not add much customization to the UI, and you will find the apps icon on the right upper corner. The icon will take you to the page where you can switch between apps and widgets. In apps the company has preloaded Astro file manager to sort out all the content saved in the internal memory, SD card or while using a flash drive. Under widgets you will see Analog clock, bookmark and more. The homescreen has three touch buttons – Back, Home and Apps on the lower  left corner.  Unlike other tablets which come with a host of preloaded apps, the company has just the Astro file manager, Play store, calculator, calendar, vortex player and also a stock video player.

On downloading a couple of applications, we were surprised to see that the screen hasn’t been optimized. Basically, the downloaded applications, which appeared on the upper side of the screen had half of the icons chopped off due to the optimizing error. The optimizing has gone bad to the extent that on switching to the horizontal mode, a few apps don’t appear on the screen at all. Inspite of getting a scoop of the ICS OS, Zync hasn’t been able to implement it to the best of its abilities.

Ice Cream Sandwich is here

Ice Cream Sandwich is here

In the AnTuTu test, the Zync Z990 scored 2047 points. Although lower than the recently reviewed iBerry tablet, it is way higher than the Swingtel Hello Tab which is priced almost double. In the Linpack tests, on running single thread it showed 7.152 MFLOPS and multi thread score is 6.88.
It emits some decent tunes, but the speaker on the backside is decent, but not the best we have seen. It supports MP3 and WMA music formats. The music interface is simple and the screen hasn't been utilized to the fullest. One will see a small album art, name of the album, song and the artist, along with touch buttons to shuffle and repeat songs. Using Vortex player, the interface is simple, you see the small touch volume bar on the right and screen maximize and connect to TV on the left side. Several times while pressing the maximize button, we accidently pressed the back button. The volume icon, too is terribly small to control. Moreover, the missing volume buttons make it all the more tedious. It managed to play 720p and 1080p videos quite well. The viewing angles are fine, and besides it also supports file formats like MP4, XVid AVI and more.

Vu Super LED-32K16

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  • Super Slim Design
  • Full HD (1920X1080)
  • Crystal Clear Panel
  • True Color Optimizer
  • Inteligent Energy Saver
  • 3D Combo Filter
  • USB 2.0 (Audio & Images)
  • 2 HDMI
  • MEGA Contrast

Super Features

Internet Connectivity

Social Connect
Ease of use

Easy share

Future ready

Fastest Process on TVs
All Rounder

Resolution - 1920 × 1080 picture elements or pixels with Progressive scanning 1080p

Aspect Ratio - 16 : 9

Dynamic Contrast Ratio - 50,000 : 1

Brightness - 500 cd/m2

Number of Colour combinations - 8 bit Colour Engine, 16.7 Million Colours

Viewing Angle (H/V) - 178°/178°

Response Time (Grey to Grey) - 4 ms

RF input for Cable TV - 1

RCA A/V input for Satellite TV or DVD Player - 2

S-Video input for Camcorder - 1

RCA Component Video input for Video Games - 2

HDMI input for Blue-Ray DVD Player and A/V Receiver - 3

D-Sub 15 pin VGA input for PC or Notebook and MP3 audio files from external sources like USB flash disk drives) - 1

Picture-In-Picture facility with One TV Tuner - 1

Thursday, March 15, 2012

World’s 'lightest 13-inch laptop Toshiba 'Protege Z830 ultrabook

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World’s 'lightest 13-inch laptop'

Toshiba launched Protege Z830 ultrabook in India. Weighing just 1.12kg and only 15.9mm thick at its thickest point, Portege Z830 is considered sleekest and slimmest ultrabook in the world at the moment.
However all this sleekness has a rather steep price. Toshiba said that the ultrabook would be sold at an MRP of Rs 96,290.

This makes Portege Z830 the most expensive ultrabook in Indian market at the moment. Apart from Toshiba, Lenovo, HP, Samsung, Asus and Acer have also launched ultrabooks in India.
The concept of the ultrabook - slim and sleek design, premium build quality and SSD as storage - was announced by Intel last year. The company, which makes processors that power over 80% of all personal computers, hopes that the slim laptops would allow it to take on tablets like iPad and Galaxy Tab, almost all of which are powered by ARM processors.
Toshiba said that for Portege Z830, consumers would have option to choose from Intel Core i3, i5 or i7 processors. It has a 13.3-inch screen with a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels, 128GB SSD, and a battery life of up to 8 hours. There is provision for up to 6GB DDR3 RAM.
"The Portege Z380 is a testimony to Toshiba's engineering achievement and expert craftsmanship. I feel the ultrabook will be a great value for both mobile business professionals and consumers," said Shivakumar N, vice president at Toshiba India.

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Creative D80 wireless Bluetooth® speaker

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the best value in wireless audio

Creative D80

The Creative D80 wireless Bluetooth® speaker is an affordable way to enjoy great-sounding tunes anywhere in your home. Pair it wirelessly with any compatible stereo Bluetooth-enabled device and you get good audio without the mess of wires. It has a built-in power adapter so all you need is a power cord to connect to the mains, making setup easy and fuss-free. Take the compact Creative D80 anywhere - the living room, your study or even the kitchen - and turn up the music. Available in four colors, choose one to match your taste!

Integrating the Creative D80 to your lifestyle

Stream music from any compatible stereo Bluetooth device

Works with any compatible stereo Bluetooth device

From a range of up to 10 meters from the speaker, wirelessly stream music from any compatible stereo Bluetooth device such as your mobile phone, notebook, iPhone.

Large 3” drivers

Share your music out loud and clear

With its two powerful 3" drivers and built-in slot port-tube, share the latest hits and dance away.

Bluetooth Connect button for easy toggle between paired devices

Connect button

Pairing is a real cinch with the Creative D80 wireless Bluetoothspeaker and you'll be done in just a few steps. You can also use the handy Bluetooth Connect button to toggle between two pre-pairedBluetooth devices.

Small but powerful D80 wireless speakers

Small size, big sound

The Creative D80 packs a solid punch despite its compact size. Move it around with ease.

Creative D80 comes in 4 colors to match your personality

A color to match every personality

Available in four exciting colors - blue, pink, green and black, choose one that matches your unique personality.

Versatile connectivity options (AUX-in)

Versatile connectivity options

The speaker system allows for a wired connection via its AUX-in port for other portable devices, like Creative MP3 players, even while it works seamlessly with compatible stereo Bluetooth devices.

Creative BT-D1 for PC/notebooks

Wireless audio for your computer

Do not panic even if your computer does not have stereo Bluetoothbuilt-in. Give it wireless audio streaming functionalities with the Creative BT-D1 Bluetooth USB transmitter (sold separately). It pairs with the Creative D80 in seconds and also works brilliantly with other Creative wireless speakers.

Creative BT-D5 for iPod

Wireless transmitter for your iPod

Plug in the Creative BT-D5 Bluetooth transmitter (sold separately) into any 30-pin iPod and instantly stream music wirelessly to the Creative D80 or other Creative wireless speakers!

Monday, March 5, 2012

LG A530-D 15.6 (39.62 cms) Full HD 3D LED LCD Notebook

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    Get closer to your entertainment than ever before with LG's optimized FULL HD FPR (Film Patterned Retarder) 3D Technology. Shoot and share 3D videos using dual 3D webcam.

    New Dimension in 3D Entertainment
    Dual 3D webcam to capture and share 3D video
    Stylish Metallic Look
    Real metallic body with diamond cutting for smoother finish
    2D to 3D Conversion
    2D to 3D conversion using Tridef software
    Fast Booting with Express Cache™
    Fast Booting is enabled in A530 with Express CacheTM. It improves system performance with effective caching of the HDD using the SSD

    Isolated Keyboard
    Isolated keyboard for superior convenience
    2nd Generation Processor
    Faster permonce and etter graphics with Intel 2nd Generation processor
    Finger Print Sensor
    Easier access to system
    Bluetooth 3.0 for 8X Transfer
    Bluetooth 3.0 for 8X than Bluetooth 2.0 at 24 Mbps

    Thursday, March 1, 2012

    The New Nokia 808 PureView–41Mp Sensor

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    The game changer

    With its groundbreaking image technology, the Nokia 808 PureView lets you take photos with extraordinary detail and creativity.

    Take the best ever photos with a smartphone, courtesy of a Carl Zeiss lens and radical new PureView technology.

    React to the moment, fast. Zoom and zoom again. Shoot in low light. Or film Full HD video with top quality sound.

    Create, share and compare in seconds. On Facebook, YouTube, your big screen TV – or just by tapping phones with a friend.

    • Camera
      41MP sensor, Carl Zeiss lens, PureView imaging technology and Full HD video
    • Connectivity
      HDMI and DLNA outputs, NFC and Wi-Fi technology
    • Navigation
      Preloaded Nokia Maps, turn-by-turn satnav for over 100 countries
    • Memory
      16GB of built-in memory, expandable to 32GB or 48GB

    • 4.0 ''
      Display size
    • 41 megapixel camera sensor with Nokia Pureview Pro imaging technology and Carl Zeiss optics
      Primary camera sensor size
    • 169 g
    • 6.5 h
      Maximum 3G talk time
    • 540 h
      Maximum 3G standby time