Once upon a time in a technologically hungry abode, arrived a package symbolizing hope, technological fate and the promising importance of Indian market. The recipient unpacked the package impatiently as he was eager, driven by his impulse for witnessing the so-called flagship killer. And there it was.. Adding to mystique it already beholds, two boxes
I’m used to typing on my dell xps laptop and its keyboard is really very ergonomic, noiseless, soft, and typing on it is really enjoyable. Hence, I was looking for reasonably priced wireless keyboard mouse combo. Finally, I ended up with Dell KM632 for about 2000 rupees (INR). It has chiclet-style keyboard which looks appealing,
Portable Power Bank consists of a high-capacity battery and acts as portable charger for your mobile phones, tablets, other devices. Having a high-capacity power bank while traveling is must in digital age where you don’t want to be disconnected from the world, even for a minute. It’s one of those gadgets that I recommend to
Network Attached Storage, in short NAS, are such storage devices that connect to your network (router or lan port) and serve as centralized/common storage for all the systems on the connected network (wired or wireless). Usually, these NAS consist of hard disk drive along with low-power chipset for processing. Initially, I wanted to use my
Currently, there are two smartphones in the market that carry ‘best smartphone’ tag – Samsung Galaxy S4 or HTC One. Deciding between the two is close call. So, finally I bought Samsung Galaxy S4 after much pondering since it felt hard to choose between HTC One and galaxy s4. I had to buy either but
Samsung Galaxy Grand Quattro (also known as Galaxy Win Duos) is Samsung’s answer to budget quad-core smartphone market. Boasting of quad-core processor, 1GB RAM, 4.7 inch wvga display and dual sim with dual standby features. This smartphone is available in Indian market at about Rs.14-16,000. I bought it for about Rs.14,500 online. It’s available in
Nokia 101 is entry-level budget dual sim mobile which sells in India at about Rs.1500. It’s not the price that makes this handset attractive, or its simplicity, rather the battery backup makes this mobile worth buy. In the modern technological age of complex devices and smartphones, mobile phones like Nokia 101 still capture our heart.