Weekly roundup: Gadgets launched in India last week
Sep 02, 2012 15:07pm
Many gadgets ranging from new phones to tablets to notebooks were launched in India last week. Here is a list of those gadgets.
Samsung introduced the second generation of Notebook Series 9 in the Indian market. The Samsung Series 9 is priced at Rs 1,02,990.
Wishtel launched a new tablet - Ira Comet HD - which has a 10.1-inch TFT LED multi-touch capacitive touchscreen. Priced at Rs 9,999, the WishTel Ira Comet HD runs Android 4.0 OS.
Fujitsu launched two new ultrabooks - Lifebook U772 and Lifebook UH572 - in India. The prices start from Rs 65,000.
iBall launched its latest Android handset called the Andi 5C that has a 5 inch IPS panel display. Thet phone is priced at Rs 12,999.
MTNL announced its entry in to the Indian tablet market with the launch of three new Android tablets under the name "Lofty". The prices start from Rs 3,999.
Netgear launched the N750 Dual Band Gigabit Wi-Fi Router - Premium Edition (WNDR4300). it costs Rs 15,000. It comes with a 2-year warranty.
Proline Fitness partnered with Polar Electro Finland as official distributor for the launch of Polar Heart Rate Monitors in India. The prices start from Rs 5,500 onwards. Polar Heart Rate Monitors are available at Proline Fitness stores.
Sennheiser launched its open and circumaural dynamic stereo headphones - HD 700 - in India. Sennheiser has priced the HD 700 at Rs 54,990.
Intex forayed into the smartphones category in India with the launch of its first Android phone - Intex Aqua 4.0. This dual SIM handset is available at a price of Rs 5,490.
Philips expanded its Lifestyle Entertainment portfolio with the launch of a range of entertainment solutions %u2013 Home Theatre Systems, GoGear MP3/MP4 players, Docking Speakers and Headphones.