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While it is a nifty device, there are many comparable boomboxes in the market that come with a smaller price tag.

The Zebronics Power Grid has a 7200mAh battery and has two outputs of 1000mAh and 2100mAh.
The USP of this camera and its differentiator from the X100 is its 16.3MP X-Trans CMOS II sensor with on-sensor phase detection auto-focus.
At 37 inches, this LED television provides a unique option for those who don't want to spend as much as they would for a 40-incher.
Running Android Ice Cream Sandwich, this touchscreen display is actually an extra-large tablet.
The Portronics Pure Sound Pro is a battery powered portable soundbar that can play music from any of your mobile devices or PC.
The 3M TouchScreen Stylus has a sleek body and a durable silicone tip.
While many Indian tablet makers have started shipping tablets with dual-core processors, Zync has pushed the envelope by adding a quadcore to its new slate.
It is a testament to the practicality of the all-in-one computer that it took us just two minutes to install the Lenovo ThinkCentre Edge 92Z.
If you have been skipping the skipping rope in your exercise regimen due to the fears of tripping on the rope, maybe you should get a Portronics Wireless.
The Asus Fonepad is an Android Jelly Bean tablet which can take a 3G SIM card and facilitate calling.
The Huawei Wi-fi E5331 is a compact router meant to work with your data SIM. This white pebble-shaped lightweight router is small enough to go in your pocket.
The Dell Latitude 6430U is a business Ultrabook. Dell claims it is the most manageable in the world since it is vPro-enabled.
The Nikon Coolpix L820 has a 30x optical zoom, packed into a bridge camera body. This zoom is also the best feature of the camera.
With OSIM uRelax, you can enjoy a relaxing massage anytime, anywhere at your own convenience.
Swedish headphone maker Urbanears has entered the Indian market with its range of superbly designed and vibrant earpieces.
The Microsoft wedge Mouse is a very futuristic device and could be a harbinger of the kind of accessories we could be using in the coming years.
In all probability the Asus Vivobook F202E will be among the first Windows 8 touch notebooks to fly off the shelves in India.