Thursday, 14 August 2014

Sony India releases new headphones and earphones




Sony India has announced two pairs of headsets going by the model numbers MDR-XB450 and MDR-XB250 as well as a couple of earphones known as the MDR-AS200 . The last one is aimed at those who prefer to take their music along with them when they exercise or even are engaged in additional physical activities , although the first two are meant for individuals who love bass . 

The Sony MDR-XB450 and also MDR-XB250 are priced at Rs 1490 and Rs 2190 , correspondingly , but will hit store availability in this particular month itself . The former device’s earlier model dubbed MDR-XB400 was offered in 3 color options of green , blue and also purple . The newer headsets are set to reach the Indian marketplace in five hues of red , black , white , yellow and blue . 

The MDR-XB450 is fitted with 30mm drivers and also delivers a frequency response rate of 5Hz – 22000Hz . The accessory is finished in metal and drags along a flattish cord with a serrated outside , the last mentioned of which reduces the chances of it obtaining all tangled up . You will be able to stow it away neatly because of its swivel-style folding mechanism . 

The Sony MDR-XB250 might have been very much like the MDR-XB45 , with its 30mm drivers , serrated cable and swivel folding style if it wasn’t for its metal-shunning body . Reviewing the earphones introduced by the Japanese company , memorize when we said that the MDR-AS200 is designed for active people ? Well , it’s got a water-resistant build as also , 13 .5mm drivers and also adjustable ear loops . 

And also just like the other two which were unveiled today , the earphones tow along a flat cord . The pair costs Rs 790 which is expected to be made available later in September . As we’ve already mentioned above , the Sony MDR-XB250 and also MDR-XB450 will be visible on shelves by August . 


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Wednesday, 13 August 2014

HTC One E8 review


The Good The HTC One E8 is equipped with top-end hardware with a brilliant and vibrant display . On top of that it runs the latest version of HTC's Sense UI and also has most of the features of the flagship One M8. 

The Bad The phone lacks exactly what made the One M8 unique -- its dual-camera system -- and also doesn't really outshine cheaper devices in the characteristics department . 

The Most Important Consideration The One E8 offers the high-end HTC experience in shiny colors and a plastic case , but without an original selling point , there's small reason to buy this highly-priced device . 

Comparable in design to this year's HTC One M8 , the One E8 is a plastic version of the flagship metallic phone . Originally destined for China , the E8 has announced to pop up in other Asian countries like India , Singapore and also Taiwan . HTC has yet to announce accessibility for other regions , though . 

With an off-contract price of S$698 in Singapore -- which converts to roughly $560 , £330 , or AU$600 -- the E8 isn't cheap . For its price , nevertheless , bear in mind the phone has the overall performance chops to compete with smash hit devices for example the Samsung Galaxy S5 and LG G3 . 

Even though it is a good phone , the E8 lacks a standout characteristic to make it a must-have . At the best , it offers great specifications for a slightly lower price than additional top-notch phones . You don't obtain the cool refocusing capabilities from the One M8's dual camera , however it does come with some of its software program features , such as the capability to quickly take a photograph when the screen is off . 

Design 
Think of the One M8 with a plastic material shell and that's basically the E8 . Should you be already a fan of HTC's recent designs , you should similar to the E8 too , since it doesn't include much new . The mobile phone comes in three colors : white , red and gray .

Unlike the One M8 , with its own black bands wrapping around the back , the E8 goes for a more cleaner , shiny look . That's simply because the phone consists of plastic instead of being almost all metal and also needing an area for the radio antennas . 

The E8 possesses the same front-facing "BoomSound" speakers , gentle curves that fit comfily in your own palm and a 5-inch Full HD ( 1 ,920x1 ,080-pixel ) display . Determined by the country where it's sold , the telephone may come with dual-SIM slots , however this is at the cost of having the capacity to connect to 4G LTE . 

Like the M8 , the E8 is well-constructed and also solid . I absolutely adore how the phone feels inside my hand , though I can't quite get on board with the slick oily feeling which comes from prolonged use , due to the plastic chassis . Holding the mobile phone feels all natural even in landscape mode , as the curves make holding it easy . This indicates that playing games pretty comfortable , too . 

Placed right on the top at the center of the telephone is the power button . It's quite a stretch to reach normally , however these finger gymnastics are a minor concern as you'll only need to hit this button to turn off the phone , simply because you can double-tap the screen to turn it on . 

Software and also features 
HTC has one of the better custom skins for Android in the market , along with the E8 runs the latest Sense 6 UI -- much like the one found on the M8 and Desire 616 . It's based on the Android 4 .4 .2 KitKat operating-system , that could be the very latest type of Google's mobile software . 

Sense 6 has a clean look with color-coded applications . Supposedly , this will help you immediately identify what you're doing -- though I think this could be pretty obvious . Apart from that , BlinkFeed , the information aggregator introduced a year ago , is onboard , though you could choose to ignore and turn off it if you don't need its functions .


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iberry Auxus Note 5.5 launched with octa-core chip, fingerprint scanner




iberry Auxus Note 5.5 launched for Rs 13999 with octa-core chip, fingerprint scanner

Both the iberry Auxus Note 5.5 and the Auxus AX04i will be sold online exclusively via eBay from August 21 onwards. While the smartphone will be priced at Rs 13990, the tablet will be up for grabs at a comparatively low cost of Rs 6490.

The recently launched iberry Auxus Note 5 .5 has jumped onto the gimmicky fingerprint scanner bandwagon that is supposed to provide handsets an additional layer of security . It grabs a price tag of Rs 13990 which places it in direct competition with the increasingly popular Xiaomi Mi3 that’s selling similar to hotcakes at the moment . 

There’s an iberry Auxus tablet which includes been released as well , but we’ll talk about that one later . The Note 5 .5 smart phone is among the few gadgets in the world that offer fingerprint scanners . This pattern was started by Apple’s iPhone 5S and was implemented immediately by the HTC One Max and the Samsung Galaxy S5 . 

Running the Android KitKat OS , the dual SIM Auxus Note 5 .5 offers a 5 .5-inch 720p HD screen and a 1 .7GHz octa core processor that’s assisted by 2GB of RAM . A 13MP rear camera as well as an 8MP front-facing snapper form part of its features and attributes list as well , you can also find a 3200mAh battery pack inside . 


Coming to the iberry Auxus AX04i tablet , this entry-level device kicks in a 7-inch IPS touchscreen . It provides dual SIM connectivity and also gathers steam from a 1 .3GHz dual core processor that brings together its muscle power with 512MB of RAM . This slab of Android operates the KitKat OS to make sure people think it is as appealing as possible . 

Both the iberry Auxus Note 5 .5 along with the Auxus AX04i will be sold on the internet exclusively via eBay from August 21 onwards . While the smart phone will be priced at Rs 13990 , the tablet is going to be up for grabs at a comparatively inexpensive of Rs 6490 . 

iberry Auxus Note 5.5 main specs at a glance:

- Display: 5.5-inch, 720p HD
- OS: Android 4.4 KitKat
- Processor: 1.7GHz octa core
- Memory: 2GB RAM, 16GB storage (expandable up to 64GB)
- Camera: 13MP rear, 8MP front
- Battery: 3200mAh

iberry Auxus AX04i main specifications list:

- Display: 7-inch IPS
- OS: Android 4.4 KitKat
- Processor: 1.3GHz dual core
- Memory: 512GB RAM, 4GB storage
- Storage expandable up to 64GB
- Camera: 2MP rear, 0.3MP front
- Battery: 3000mAh



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Tuesday, 12 August 2014

Nano Quad RC Drone



Advantages come in compact packages and this fun-packed marvel of miniaturisation is the world’s smallest radio controlled drone . 

To quote Blink 182’s ‘All the compact things’ : “I'll obtain one lift , your own ride best trip…” and that’s certainly the case with Revell's Nano Quad Micro Quadcopter . It won’t transport your Amazon goodies or even be deployed by the armed forces to carry out remote operations against uppity foreigners but it really will put a unclean great manure-munching smile on your own fizzog . 

Measuring simply 6 .4 cm from rotor tip to rotor tip , that weigh a mouse-bothering 11 .3g ( 0 .4oz ) and also producing a drone like an furious hornet , traveling the Nano is in fact just like piloting a big bug… albeit a single tricked out with dazzling red and also blue LEDs . Like a four-prop’d disco dragonfly . 

The creative designers have made every effort continues to be made to strip the helicopter of unrelated material in order to always keep the weight down and also achieve the most compact possible footprint ; to the extent that it looks like nothing so much as a skidlid-sporting traveling circuit board . And due to this pared down aesthetic , a full charge of its 3 .7 V 100 mAh LiPo battery - by means of the handset - will keep the Quad aloft for a very good 5-10 minutes . 

But nevertheless just because it’s small , don’t assume the easy-to-fly Nano can’t manage a bit of playground tough housing… au contraire , it can soak up physical punishment like a punch-drunk prizefighter . The odd rotor may ping off if you get a bit kamikaze but it’s very easy to fix ( and it also it is included with four spares ) . 

In the event that you're looking for a pocketful of fun that you could fly around your living room or office , or perhaps you like to get your jollies dive-bombing ants whilst screaming “get certain !” , then step this way… It’s much less bovver with a hover ! 

The Lowdown
One-piece PCB frame with LED lights (indicates front and back of the heli, and also helps in low light flying)
Indoor use only. Approx. 50m range
For ages 14 and above
Requires 2 x AAA batteries (not included)
Pack includes: Revell Control XS Nano Quad Micro Quadrocopter, 4 channel 2.4GHz radio with digital trims, 100mAh 3.7V LiPo battery, USB charge cord, 4 spare rotor blades and instructions

Tech Specs:
Dimensions: 1.8 x 1.8" (45 x 45mm)
Weight: 11.3g (0.4oz)
NB: Due to its very small size, the Nano Quad (know as the Proto-X in the US) has a built-in LiPo battery that is not designed to be replaced. Attempting to remove or replace the Lipo battery will likely damage the quadcopter. In addition, precise placement of the battery is critical for proper CG, balance and performance and isn't recommended for consumer replacement.

           

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