Sony’s 20,000 mAh Power Bank will set you back by Rs 7,500.
Sony has launched two new Power Banks in India; one is of 15,000 mAh capacity, while the other is 20,000 mAh.
Sony’s Power Banks have a Lithium-ion polymer battery, and support pass-through charging, which allows the connected device as well as the charger itself to be charged at the same time. The Power Banks can retain 90 per cent of its capacity even after 1,000 charges, claims Sony.
The 15,000 mAh version will be available in two colours – (silver and black), and will cost Rs 5,100. The 20,000 mAh Power Bank will come in a black colour and will set you back by Rs 7,500.
The newly launched products will be available exclusively on Flipkart from July 15, and in offline stores from August 15.
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With 360 cameras, it’s tough to stay out of the shot, as there’s no hiding behind the lens. And old video habits – like following subjects as they move will be difficult. Whoever holds the camera no longer controls the field of vision. With 360 cameras, viewers do that in virtual-reality headsets, phones or computers.
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The Tiny1 camera shows stars and constellations in real time and has built-in search too (Source: Indiegogo)
Tiny1, a camera from a little known company called TinyMos is billing itself as the smallest astronomy camera. Tiny1 is being listed on Indiegogo and has already been funded 365 per cent.
TinyMos is calling Tiny1 as the world’s smallest, smartest and social astronomy camera. Tiny1 offers an interactive star map which allows users to easily locate and shoot celestial objects.
The tiny camera shows stars and constellations in real time and has built-in search too. It also comes with a smartphone app to share the pictures immediately.
Tiny1 is not just a small camera, it can be turned into an even more capable photography device by connecting any lens available in the market. Tiny1 claims “A 200mm telephoto transforms int…
Apple tops smartwatches while Samsung ranks highest in fitness band devices when it comes to overall satisfaction.
Fitness bands and smartwatches are slowly becoming must-have devices across the world. But is every device offering the kind of satisfaction consumers are expecting?
As per the J.D. Power 2016 Fitness Band Device Satisfaction and J.D. Power 2016 Smartwatch Device Satisfaction reports, Apple tops smartwatches while Samsung ranks highest in fitness band devices when it comes to overall satisfaction.
The reports looks at overall satisfaction among customers who purchased a smartwatch or fitness band in the past 12 months. Elevent factors are taken into consideration for the both segments.
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Google is reportedly working on its own Android Wear smartwatches and could launch after Nexus debut (Source: Android Police)
Google is reportedly working on its own smartwatches powered by Android Wear. At I/O 2016, Google showed the next version of Android Wear 2.0 which makes smartwatches more standalone devices.
Reports hinting at Google’s own smartwatches had surfaced last week and now images confirming the development have been made public. According to Android Police, Google’s smartwatches are codenamed Angelfish and Swordfish and will come with Google Assistant built-in.
The Android Police reports Google’s very own smartwatches could debut after the launch of 2016 Nexus devices. Smartwatches are yet to become mainstream like smartphones and Google’s OEM partners haven’t really been successful with the p…
ARmKeypad Air is ideal for professions where wearing devices on the arm is not advisable
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In recent years, smart glasses have been introduced that enable users to perform operations at sites without using their hands. NEC introduced a trial model of the ARmKeypad in November 2015, which uses smart glasses together with a modified watch to turn the arm of a wearer into a virtual keyboard by recognizing contact (vibration) operations.
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Portronics PowerNote has dual USB outputs – 1 A and 2.1A.
Portronics has launched PowerNote, a power bank with 16000 mAh capacity. PowerNote features LCD display, which shows the battery status; and an on/off switch.
Portronics PowerNote comes with in-built Lithium-Polymer cells. Portronice claims the device can charge iPhone 6s eight times or Galaxy S6 more than five times on a single recharge.
Portronics PowerNote has dual USB outputs – 1 A and 2.1A. It is priced at Rs 3,299 and is available in cool black color variant.
Apple Watch currently needs to be tethered to an iOS device and shows notifications on the wrist (Source: Apple)
Researchers at Canalys estimate that 7.5 million connected smartwatches will ship this year. The analysts at Canalys believe Apple Watch will spearhead the smartwatch industry growth, which is estimated to grow at an annual rate of 63 per cent from 2016 to 2020.
Smartwatches, in their current state are nothing more than a device to see mobile notifications on their wrist and Canalys predicts that could change with Apple Watch 2. According to a report on ZDNet, the next generation Apple Watch could launch with built-in connectivity feature.
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Amputees interact EMG electrodes pick up signals from the muscles. You can manipulate fragile and light items (like eggs). Feels like effort responds to the sensor feedback. The structure is protected from water and dust. Release of the LUKE arm will be held at the end of the year.
Smartwatches are set to grow at a compound annual rate of 63 per cent from 2016 to 2020 (Source: Canalys)
Smartwatch shipments are set to grow significantly in 2016. According to research firm Canalys, the connected smartwatches are set to grow exponentially at a rate of 63 per cent annually from 2016 to 2020.
Canalys belives Apple Watch will drive the smartwatch industry thanks to its cellular connectivity. The latest smartwatches from Samsung and LG, namely Gear S2 classic and Watch Urbane LTE (2nd Edition) have also been impressive, notes Canalys.
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