Weekly roundup: Gadgets that hit the Indian market last week
Apr 01, 2012 15:01pm
Here is a list of gadgets launched last week in India.
Expanding its Ultrabook portfolio, HP announced the launch of the HP ENVY14 Spectre in India. Priced at Rs 99,999, it uses lightweight, scratch-resistant glass on the lid, display and palmrest.
BenQ announced the launch of 'Joybee GP2 projector' in India that lets users have a big screen experience on the move. The projector comes with an iPhone/iPod-compatible dock. It costs Rs 39,167.
Offering compatibility with Windows 7, Mac 10.4.9 above, and Linux kernel 2.6.21 above, it promises clear image capture and video recording during video chats. It has been priced at Rs 1,020.
Running Android 2.2, it has a 3.5-inch capacitive touchscreen and is fuelled by an 800MHz processor. It has a 3 Megapixel rear camera and a front VGA camera. It is priced at Priced at Rs 9,999.
The new Envent ET-SP21164 2.1 multimedia speaker promises crisp and clear sound. The speaker system has power and volume controls on the front side. It is priced at Rs 1,999.
Wacom have launched their next generation of graphics tablet - the Intuos5 in India - which is designed for creative professionals as well as photo, art, and design enthusiasts. It starts at Rs 17,200.
Digisol introduced its new 802.11n 150 Mbps Wireless ADSL 2 Broadband Router DG-BG4011N. It is touted to provide downstream speed of up to 24Mbps and upstream speed up to 1Mbps. It is priced at Rs 1,950.
Strontium unveiled shock resistant and robustly designed Pollex USB Flash Drives in India. Available in three models - 4GB, 8GB and 16GB - the Pollex USB Flash Drives have durable solid-state storage. It starts at Rs 249.