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Mercury MagiQ: A budget phone priced at Rs 12,700

Thursday 20 June '13

A budget phone with a big display and decent performance.
What's your IPL 6 smartphone app?

Thursday 11 April '13

Users can see matches live on their mobile phones and tablets, with a dedicated smartphone app.
SIMMTRONICS XPAD X720: Bring life to work

Thursday 21 February '13

A tablet PC, or simply tablet, is a complete mobile computer, larger than a mobile phone.
ASUS N56V PC: Portable power in Intel notebook

Thursday 19 July '12

The N56V notebook is ideal for those who want top notch audio and video in a portable package.
SONY VAIO VPCSB16FG: Power in motion

Thursday 4 August '11

The new VAIO notebook from Sony, VPCSB16FG is not just an eye catcher but also delivers on the performance front.
Business in hand

Thursday 4 August '11

Nokia has raised its operating system from Symbian 3 to the new Symbian Anna, which is equipped with a new browser and virtual keyboard in its latest business smartphone E6.
Pure sound in a fun size

Thursday 7 July '11

Popular technology brand, Sony has announced an addition to its Walkman range—the Sony Walkman NWZ-E363.
Better for business

Thursday 7 July '11

Most of the professionals nowadays prefer Pavilion, Vaio or ThinkPads for their classy looks and performance.
Scan on the move

Thursday 3 February '11

A hand-held scanner with high scan speed and superb performance


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