New gadgets and gizmos
Launch Pad

AOC's new 19-inch LED TV, the LE19A1331/61, comes in an ultra slim body with multimedia USB supporting 28 playability formats.

Trubeats Air is designed to deliver wire-free, near lossless audio for an uncompressed digital audio experience.
In one charge, Scanny 5 can scan 1,200 pages and be easily charged through the AC plug within a few minutes.
Jabra Speak 510 is a compact speakerphone with Bluetooth that can be used anywhere, anytime for listening to music or participating in conference calls.
The company claims it is the slimmest smartphone by any Indian brand with a 9.44mm body packed with a 1.0 GHz dual core processor and 4.5-inch qHD screen.
Flexible enough to suit any head size comfortably, it can support up to 8 GB of music. There is also a built-in FM radio.
The SanDisk Ultra Plus SSD is ideal for consumers who want to boost their notebook or desktop computer's boot, shutdown, data-transfer and application launch times.
Strontium Technology's new solid metal Ammo USB drives is available in gold and silver colour finish, with the former version coming in real 24 carat gold.
Running Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, the tablet has a 7-inch Twisted Nematic (TN) display with a resolution of 1024x600p and 10 finger multi- touch.
The Nokia 114 is aimed at the young and hyper-social consumers who want a fast and affordable online experience.
Harman has launched the Revel Performa3 Series, a complete range of home theatre and music loudspeakers.
LG Power Cut EverCool refrigerators come with the ability to retain cooling for up to seven hours without electricity.
Galaxy Grand, Samsung's new 5-inch phablet, will run Android Jelly Bean and will be powered by a 1.2Ghz dualcore processor paired with 1GB RAM.
The new Monster Tower speakers from Zebronics come with full wooden enclosures and a high-gloss piano black front panel.
The phone has unique features like a stunning 8.7 MP camera that uses the company's Pureview Camera technology along with optical image stabilisation.