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Although it offers Bluetooth connectivity, there is an aux in jack as well. Honestly, the looks are just average but it has got a decent built quality.

Plantronics Backbeat Fit has outdated design yet feature packed  .
Sony's Xperia E1 is a value for money buy. Consider it if your priority is music and not camera.
This phone isn't the one that can support multitasking. Also, the phone comes with 4GB internal storage, out of which only 1.27GB is available.
LG G Flex, the phone with curve, may offer everything but is too expensive at Rs 69,990.
LG Sound Plate LAP 340 speakers offer loud and clear sound for your HDTV.
 The W4 is powered by a 1.33GHz quad-core Intel Atom (Z3740) Bay Trail Processor and is paired with 2GB of RAM.
The headphone has an ergonomic design and soft touch finish, which makes it comfortable to wear.
The N-Strike Elite Stryfe is a flywheel mechanism powered, semi automatic clip fed blaster with a 75ft range, accurate to about 50ft.
The popularity of 7-inch tablets has pushed many Indian as well as global players to come up with one. The latest to join this bandwagon is Dell with its Venue 7.
Nikon S9700 is a stylish camera with good performance. This camera features a 16MP resolution along with 30x optical zoom.
Those who spend a lot of time listening to music should consider buying STK's Groovez bluetooth headphones.
At Rs 24,990, Milagrow M8 Pro tablet will lose the battle to Samsung tablets, iPad 2. It still has some way to go.
Lenovo's IdeaPad Flex 10 convertible laptop is a good option for those aiming for easy portability.
The Desire 310 Dual SIM smartphone is similar to most HTC smartphones but priced at Rs 10,990.
Dell's Venue Pro 8 is a Windows tablet that the company is pushing as the ultimate productivity companion.
Pair it with a Bluetooth keyboard and a kickstand and the tablet can replace your laptop.

The HP Ink Advantage 4515 is the top-of-the-line printer in the Ink Advantage series priced at Rs 9,700.