Delhi air pollution continues: Xiaomi Mi Air Purifier 2 and more, the top options to consider. ( Image Source: PTI)
Delhi’s air remains polluted nearly 4 days after Diwali with PM2.5 levels crossing 900 per cubic metre, while PM 10 levels were also in the near 900 mark in various parts of the city. In most cities such pollution levels would be enough to call for a complete shut down, but of course in Delhi life goes on. The only solution appears to be investing in an air purifier, which of course is temporary relief.
In our own case, we’ve seen two air eurifiers (a Xiaomi Mi Air Purifier 2 and a Phillips AC4025 40 Watt Air Purifier) struggling to cope with Delhi’s smog inside a bedroom. At best, the PM2.5 level falls to 250 after the peak of 600. For now it doesn’t look like the smog is going away anytime soon, and getting an Air Purifier, at leas…
Microsoft Hololens has received its second major upgrade with the ‘Windows 10 Anniversary Update’
Microsoft Hololens is now available for shipping if you are a developer or a commercial partner of Microsoft. In a blog post, Alex Kipman, Technical Fellow of Windows and Devices Group, said that the company had fulfilled the first wave of orders from the company’s commercial partners and developers, and is expanding to all developers and business customers with its Hololens Development Edition (in US and Canada).
Each developer can purchase the up to five devices from the Hololens website, priced at $3000 (approx Rs 2,00,000). The company claims the Hololens will help train flight crews and aircraft mechanics, golf pros and fans to get more out of their game, among other things. Microsoft has announced the second major updat…