New gadgets and gizmos
Launch Pad

Its flagship LED ES8000 and ES7500 series and the Plasma E8000 provides users with cutting edge features like Voice Control, Motion Control and Face Recognition.

With its clear 118dB SNR, and a powerful 600 ohm headphone amplifier, the Xonar Phoebus delivers precise positioning and lifelike immersion audio.
The TV supports Active 3D technology along with 2D to 3D conversion.
The lock has a memory capacity of 120 fingerprints templates and comes with a high resolution optical sensor.
BMW's legendary Mini Cooper Hatch, Convertible and Countryman are now available in India through dealerships in New Delhi and Mumbai.
Technogym's Kinesis Stations offer the right solution for users who want to start training with cables, but need more stability and support.
Dremel Trio from Bosch Power Tools is a multi-functional tool adept at cutting, sanding or routing.
GlacialLight's Navi Series LED Flood Light Line has DC inputs using Philips Lumileds chips, making them ideal for domestic and commercial use.
LG's new 3D Cinema television range features screens with the thinnest bezel among smart TVs.
The BlackBerry Curve 9220 launched in April lacked 3G capability. Bridging this gap, Research In Motion has launched the 3G version called BlackBerry Curve 9320.
Milagrow HumanTech has another tablet for the Indian market; this time one that is just 6.5mm thick.
All models can run on inverters, and specified models come with LCD display and remote control.
The M3 is also the first 15" Ultrabook to feature an optical drive for DVD.
Raymond Weil's new Nabucco Inverso comes with twelve in dial Roman numerals and yellow hands that illuminate the dial.
The Sennheiser RS 220 promises stunning sound, no matter what source you connect it with.
ASUS RT-N66U dual-band wireless-N900 router delivers leading performance on both 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands with up to 900Mbps in total bandwidth.