The brand introduced HX03 Cardio and HX03F Spectra that comes with a price tag of Rs 1,999 and Rs 2,299 respectively. Although both the smart bands are similar, the only difference here is the inclusion of colour display in the Spectra. So, it worth a buy? We got the HX30F for review and here is how it performs.
Google Home is essentially a 6-inch x 4-inch speaker which is always listening to your voice. Apart from playing music from your smartphone or from any other device, Google can perform a bunch of other functions. The speakers have a 2-inch driver and dual 2-inch passive radiators on the sides.
The Tagg Spotrts+ is only available in black colour
It is available in major retail stores as well as on e-commerce portals including Amazon India, eBay and Alibaba.
It cost around Rs 4,290
Does the combination of traditional timepiece coupled with a fitness tracking, makes any difference?
Global numbers already indicate a possible demise of this interesting piece of hardware in future, however, do we really have smartwatches that are actually worth for money and deliver when needed?
Milagrow AguaBot 5.0 is a circular robot with two brush-like brooms up front and a movement sensor to map its surroundings.
Amzer Fitzer Ka has decent hardware but its app is poorly developed.
The 10,000 mAh power bank has a customized skin covering the top and bottom panel of the charger and weighs only 190 grams.
Wickedleak Alpha has all features that you can expect from a smartwatch including pedometer and heart rate sensor.
Panasonic HXS400 comes in various trendy colours and is available for about Rs 2,500.
It is a well-designed fitness band with good ecosystem to support the users.
Bose continues its legacy of offering headphones with the new Soundlink on-ear Bluetooth headphone.
HTC in a bid to make photography as simple as possible, has come out with the RE camera.