• Asus Chromebit is $85 PC-on-stick running Chrome OS

    Asus Chromebit is a entry level PC running Google’s Chrome OS (Source: Asus)
    Asus has announces a new candybar-sized PC-on-stick called Chromebit, yes it runs Chrome OS for $85. It is a plug and play device that connects via HDMI port and users can connect an external keyboard and mouse.
    The Chromebit runs Google’s Chrome OS, an OS designed to compliment the web. Google’s Chrome OS was designed as a Windows alternative for anybody looking at browsing web and web-based apps without burning a hole in their pocket.
    With Intel and Microsoft pushing Windows based PC-on-stick, Chromebit adds more essence to accessible web platform. Under the hood, Chromebit is powered by a quad-core Rockchip processor with Mali-T624 taking care of graphics duty.

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  • Vu introduces two new series of television in 4K and Full HD range

    Vu Play Series televisions come in four screen sizes and feature full HD display panels (Source: Vu)
    Vu technologies has officially launched two new series of televisions in India. The Play Series includes Full HD televisions while Iconium Series comes with 4K LED panels.
    The Play series comes in 24, 32, 40 and 60-inch screen sizes while the Iconium series comes in 55 and 65-inch display panels. The Play series starts at Rs 25,000 for 24-inch model and tops at Rs 85,000 for the 60-inch screen model.
    The Iconium series costs Rs 63,000 for the 55-inch model while the 65-inch model is priced at Rs 1,35,000. The Iconium series LED TVs are smart TVs that come with Skype built-in. There is also MHL and DLNA support for sharing content from mobile device to TV.

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  • HyperX announces Savage USB Flash drive with a read speed of up to 250MB/s speed

    The Flash drive offers transfer speeds up to 350MB/s and 250MB/s and will be available in 64GB, 128GB and 256GB variants.
    HyperX, a division of Kingston Technology has announced HyperX Savage USB Flash drive, which will be available by mid-December. The Flash drive offers transfer speeds up to 350MB/s and 250MB/s and will be available in 64GB, 128GB and 256GB variants.
    HyperX Savage USB drive lets users store/transfer large digital files like movies, music, and hi-res images in no time. It is compatible with the desktops, notebooks and gaming consoles such as PS4™ and Xbox One™
    “We are excited to offer this USB drive for gamers and enthusiasts to take advantage of the emerging USB 3.1 Gen. 1 standard, also commonly referred to as USB 3.0,” said Nathan Su, Flash Memory Sales Director, APAC Region, Kingston.
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  • Panasonic DVX200 4K camcorder launched in India

    Panasonic DVX200 is the world’s first 4K camcorder designed for broadcast field (Source: Panasonic)
    Panasonic has announced the launch of its flagship handheld camcorder, DVX200 with 4K recording capabilities in India. The Panasonic DVX200 is the world’s first 4K camcorder developed for professional 4K video shooting.
    The Panasonic DVX200 is capable of shooting 4K videos at 60fps and has 13 times optical zoom. It also features a high-speed processing engine for 4K recording and manual controls for operational flexibility.

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  • Zebronics launches budget over the ear headphones at Rs 1,499

    The lightweight headphone comes with cushioned ear pads and adjustable padded headbands.
    Zebronics has launched ‘Happy Head Headphones’ with bluetooth wireless technology for Rs 1,499.
    The lightweight headphone comes with cushioned ear pads and adjustable padded headbands. The Happy Head Headphones has a built-in battery and gives up to 6 hours of playback.

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  • The next Google Glass might not have “Glass”: report

    Google Glass 2 might just come without any display, says a new report.
    Google Glass successors could come without a display and focus only on audio, says a new report on The Information.
    Google had renamed Glass as Project Aura and according to the report, the display-less version is focused on more active, sporty users. It will rely on bone conduction for the audio just like the original Google Glass. The report adds that Google is also planning an enterprise version with a display as well.
    Google’s Project Aura still being headed by Ivy Ross, who previously ran the Glass project. Ross reports to Tony Fadell, who is the founder Nest, now owned by Google.

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