Android-based navigation smartphone (Priced Rs.18,990)
Garmin-Asus and ASUSTeK has launched the Garmin Asus A10, an Android navigation smartphone. It a touch screen device based on the advanced Android 2.1 (Eclair) platform. Detailed maps are preloaded on the A10, so that users do not have to pay and wait for third-party maps to load from a server, and nor will they lose voice-prompted navigation if they are out of cell phone coverage area. It has a free Walking Mode. The phone also integrates Google's mobile services, and has 510MB memory dedicated exclusively to applications. It also comes with a 5 megapixel camera and 4GB of internal storage.
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LCD screens with IPS technology, from LG
The LCD screens from LG use the IPS (In-Plane Switching) panel technology, which promises a wider viewing angle and more vivid colors, eliminating pale and washed out colours, while also consuming 30 per cent less energy. IPS is a panel manufacturing process that uses more layers and glass, and employs horizontal commutation of its liquid crystal elements. Therefore, instead of 50 frames per second, the TV will display 200 frames per second. IPS panels also enable blur-free motion pictures, no colour distortion and makes it less strenuous to the human eye.
LED and LCD televisions (Priced between Rs.10,990 and Rs.26,990 for LCDs; and between Rs.16,990 and Rs.39,990 for the LEDs.)
Mitashi has an all new range of LED and LCD televisions. The LEDs come with features such as full HD 1080P, a resolution of 1920x1080 and a Dynamic Contrast Ratio of 100,000:1. The USB plug-and-play option makes movie-watching easier. They are also slim, with feather touch buttons.