Touchscreen desktop

Dell's Inspiron AIO 20 is a touchscreen desktop computer that has a 20-inch display. The resolution of the capacitive screen is 1600×900. This machine comes with Intel's third-generation Core-series processor. Other specifications include 1 TB hard disk, up to 4GB RAM and Nvidia GeForce 610M graphics card. The AIO 20 also features an HD webcam with microphone and integrated single digital microphone array for video chat, The non-touch variant is priced at Rs 32,090.

Desk phone & speaker

Cygnett, a digital accessories brand, has launched SpeakUp, a smartphone dock that lets you use your phone as a desk phone. Users can make and receive calls using the dock, which resembles a landline phone and has a pair of speakers too. You can check emails or browse the Internet while the phone is docked and it lets you charge your phones too. The speakers can be used to play songs too. This dock supports smartphones that are up to 6.4 cm wide. This includes popular phones such as Apple iPhone 5, 4S, 4, 3GS, Samsung Galaxy SII, and SIII. Priced at Rs 2,499, SpeakUp is available in black and white. SpeakUp has a 3.5mm audio cable that makes it compatible with most smartphones for music.

Portable projector

Acer has launched two portable LED projectors — K135 and K355, under its Travel series.These projectors are good for those who need a high-quality projectors in a portable form factor. These have multiple connectivity options and are equipped with an HDMI port, a USB port and SD card reader. The projectors can even project MS Office or PDF files through pen drives or SD cards. These projectors have an instant on/off feature, which means that there is no cool down time before they can be switched on again. The brightness is between 500 and 1,000 ANSI lumens and the contrast ratio is 10,000:1. The K135 weighs just 400 g and costs Rs 44,999. K355 is heavier — 1.4 kg — and costs Rs 69,500.

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