Sony is always renowned for its quality electronic products whether its comes LED TV, mobile phone or digital camera. And this time Sony does some splendid job with audio equipment as well . Yes, I am talking about IEM.
Recently I bought Sony MDR-EX220Lp (blue) IEM for my LG Optimus L9 from Flipkart as the stock IEM is total crap. Before further lets have a look at its specification.
After Samsung launched its flagship smartphone The Samsung Galaxy S4, they now are coming out with started offering Galaxy Win duos in India.
Samsung Galaxy Win duo offers a dual-SIM smartphone, which comes with a quad-core 1.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 processor with 1GB of RAM. The smartphone offers 8GB of internal storage, which can be expanded by up to 32GB through a microSD card. It has a 4.7-inch WVGA TFT display. The smartphone comes with a 5-megapixel rear camera and a VGA front camera. It runs on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean out of the box. There is a 2,000 mAh battery on-board. All for just Rs18,500 .
The Specifications look good don't they? First even I thought that, but when I saw them closely, I figured out the catch.
The Nokia Lumia 510 was the smart phone maker's attempt to pull in the budget consumer and give him the Windows Phone experience. In this segment, we have a lot of Android devices from various manufacturers such as Samsung and Sony, but now is increasingly being dominated by Micromax, its it is a very tough segment to capture, can the Lumia 510 do it? Is it too little too late for Nokia? Well sadly the answer is no. Here are some of the pro and cons of the device. For a more in depth analysis, please read on the rest of the review.
As you already heard that LG released jellybean update for Optimus LG L9/4X HD and L7 for European market last month. Many people incl. me anticipated that LG will give JB update for India this month. And yes time has come to enjoy to the next level . In this guide I will tell you how to update to jellybean OS. Note: This update is not available at OTA (On the Air)
These days smartphones have become a very important part of our lives, without which not you nor I can survive. With most people looking to buy a smart phone for around Rs15,000 and with so many phones out there in the market, it really made sense to look into this market and see what are the phones that are best in this range. For Rs 15,000 you get a choice of either taking a Android phone or an Windows Phone or maybe an dead platform like Blackberry OS. Most phones in this budget offer a screen size of 3" to a massive 4.8/5"( From cheaper Chinese or Indian brands).If you want a good phone in 15,000 budget, I really suggest you eye on Homeshop 18 supper deals.As these days it's really hard to get a "good" phone from a reputed brand(Sony, Samsung) under Rs15000.
Phablets, Phablets every where.Samsung started the phablet war by releasing its galaxy note series back in 2011.
Samsung is all set to expand its smartphone portfolio with the launch of two smartphones with large screens under a new sub-brand called ‘Galaxy Mega’.If you like massive displays in a phone and you were'nt happy with Note 2 5.5", you are in luck.Samsung galaxy mega will come out in 5.8" & 6.3",with codenames Galaxy Mega 5.8 GT-I9152 and Galaxy Mega 6.3 GT-I9200 respectively.
With So many phablets coming out, I'm sure we people wil need huge pant pockets now.But I really don't understand the need of a massive screen in a phone?A huge screen just adds to your discomfort, you cant operate the mobile single handly and it kinda feels heavy to.In my opionion phones with a screen of 4.3-4.7" are more than enough,More than that is just for plain show off.
The GTX 660 is the Kepler on a budget. Its priced around $200-$250, which has been dominated by AMD with their HD 7800 series graphics cards. The GTX 660 is the younger brother of the GTX 660Ti, but at its heart its got a different silicon, the GK106 (GTX 660Ti is based on GK 104). The card has 960 CUDA cores with 80 TMUs , 24ROPs and a 192bit wide memory bus. The card comes with 2GB of GDDR5 memory having an effective memory clock of 6.00GHz. The card we have today is the Zotac GTX 660, which comes with a core clock of 993MHz, slightly above the reference clock of 980MHz. Its priced at around Rs15,000 so its fairly affordable, but can it perform enough to meet the demands of the latest games? Lets find out...
The AMD HD 7850 has been around for some time now, but it is still a pretty good graphics card. With the launch of Nvidia's GTX 660 series cards, the HD 7850 has become more affordable than before. But does it make sense buying the card now? How has the performance increase over time with newer drivers? In today's review, we will answer these questions while briefly talking about our sample card, the Asus HD 7850 DirectCu II graphics card.