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Lenovo claims Yoga 900 to be the world's thinnest Intel I convertible at 14.9-mm thick. It weights 1.29 kg and can be turned into various modes including laptop, stand, tent and tablet.
LeEco, formerly known as LeTV, has entered the Indian smartphone market with two products - Le Max and Le 1s.
Aimed at power users including enterprise audience and individuals, BlackBerry is offering a 5.4-inch WQHD display with a slide-out QWERTY keyboard.
Chinese company LeEco has announced its entry into the Indian market at a press conference today. The company has launched two smartphones - the Le 1s and Le Max.
BlackBerry has shared media invites for the launch of its next smartphone, Priv. It will be the company's first Android-powered smartphone.
ASUS extended its portfolio of Zenfone series, launching ASUS Zenfone Zoom -- an advanced photography-focussed smartphone for Indian customers here.
The Gear S2 smartwatch was earlier showcased during the IFA Berlin trade show. The virtual reality headset priced at Rs 8,200 works with select Galaxy smartphones.
Focusing on low cost smartphone markets in Tier-II and Tier-III cities, the phones are priced at Rs. 2,499 and 3,999 respectively.
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