Weekly roundup: New gadgets launched in India this week
Jul 29, 2012 16:07pm
Many gadgets, including India's first 3D tablet and the Toshiba glasses-free 3D TV, were launched in India this week. Here is a list of gadgets that hit Indian markets this week.
Toshiba India launched what the company claims to be the world's first large-screen glasses-free 3D TV - the RZ1. It is priced at Rs 12 lakh.
Swipe Telecom launched a range of tablets, including the country's first 3D tablet in India. The tablets are priced in the range of Rs 5,999 to Rs 8,999.
LG announced the launch of three new smartphones in India - Optimus L3, L5 and 4X HD, which are priced at Rs 8,895, Rs 13,199 and Rs 34,990, respectively.
Toshiba launched what the company claims to be the world's first ultrabook featuring a 21:9 cinematic display - Satellite U840W. It is priced at Rs 63,500.
Zync announced its entry into the sub Rs 4K segment with the launch of its new tablet - Z-909 plus. Priced at Rs 3,699, the tablet has a 7-inch resistive touchscreen with a resolution of 800X480 pixels.
Toshiba launched the LX830 all-ine-one PC, which is available with Intel Core i5-3210M processor clocked at 2.5GH and a 4GB DDR3 1600MHz RAM. Priced at Rs 64,000, the device has a 58.4cm full HD screen.
Lenovo announced the launch of IdeaCentre A720, which it claims to be the world's slimmest all in-one. The device is priced at Rs 89,990.
Pantel Technologies has launched its new Android-powered tablet PC named "T-Pad IS701C" in the Indian market. The tablet is available for Rs 4,999.