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Weekly roundup: Gadgets launched in India last week

May 26, 2013, 11:59 am
  • Weekly roundup: Gadgets launched in India last week
  • Here is a list of the new gadgets launched in India last week.
  • Weekly roundup: Gadgets launched in India last week
  • Celkon has added two smartphones to its portfolio with the launch of the Signature One A107 and A9 . Celkon has priced its Signature One A107 at Rs 6,999, while the A9 is priced at Rs 3,299, making it one of the cheapest Android phones out there. Both are available on Snapdeal.com.
  • Weekly roundup: Gadgets launched in India last week
  • Asus announced the launch of what it claims to be the world's first dual OS (Windows 8 and Android 4.1) all-in-one PC with a detachable display that can also be used as a standalone tablet. The Asus Transformer all-in-one PC is priced at Rs 86,999. It runs both Windows 8 and Android.
  • Weekly roundup: Gadgets launched in India last week
  • Samsung officially launched the Galaxy Grand Quattro in India. While the MRP of the phone is Rs 17,290, the phone is available on the Samsung India e-store for Rs 16,900. The Galaxy Grand Quattro has a 4.65-inch WVGA display with a resolution of 480 x 800 pixels.
  • Weekly roundup: Gadgets launched in India last week
  • Indian manufacturer iBall added a new tablet to its portfolio with the launch of the Slide Q9703 for Rs 15,999.
  • Weekly roundup: Gadgets launched in India last week
  • Micromax launched the A110Q Canvas 2 Plus. The Canvas 2 Plus is a 1.2 GHz quad-core phone and is available for Rs 12,100.
  • Weekly roundup: Gadgets launched in India last week
  • Announcing its new series ELife, Gionee launched a new smartphone named "E3" under the new series. The E3 features a 4.7-inch IPS HD display. It comes with 16 GB of memory on board. The phone has an 8 megapxiel rear camera with auto focus and a front 2 megapixel camera. It is priced at rs 14,999.
  • Weekly roundup: Gadgets launched in India last week
  • BenQ announced the launch of the XL2411T gaming monitor in India. It is priced at Rs 22,500.
  • Weekly roundup: Gadgets launched in India last week
  • Intensifying the price war in the fast-growing smartphone category in India, Samsung Electronics today launched its cheapest Galaxy series phone 'Star' at a price of Rs 5,240.
  • Weekly roundup: Gadgets launched in India last week
  • Kobian unveiled its new tablet, dubbed the Mercury mTab7G. The tablet has a thickness of 10.8 mm, weighs in at 300 g and supports both 2G and 3G connectivity. Priced at Rs 7,799, the mTab7G is powered by a 1.2GHz processor based on Cortex A8. It runs ndroid 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich.
  • Weekly roundup: Gadgets launched in India last week
  • announced its entry into the quad-core smartphone category by introducing the Iris 458q with a 1.2Ghz quad-core processor. It runs on Android 4.2 Jelly bean operating system and sports a 4.5-inch capacitive touchscreen with FWVGA resolution. It is available for Rs 8,999.
  • Weekly roundup: Gadgets launched in India last week
  • Weekly roundup: Gadgets launched in India last week
  • Weekly roundup: Gadgets launched in India last week
  • Weekly roundup: Gadgets launched in India last week
  • Weekly roundup: Gadgets launched in India last week
  • Weekly roundup: Gadgets launched in India last week
  • Weekly roundup: Gadgets launched in India last week
  • Weekly roundup: Gadgets launched in India last week
  • Weekly roundup: Gadgets launched in India last week
  • Weekly roundup: Gadgets launched in India last week
  • Weekly roundup: Gadgets launched in India last week