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  • 2013 is being called the 'Year of the Phablet'. These large phones, or small tablets, are becoming more affordable and popular by the day.
Level Up A look at latest gaming accessories

A look at latest gaming accessories

Clad in a black anodised brushed aluminum chassis and equipped with luminous white LED lighting, the Vengeance K95 keyboard now has 18 dedicated macro keys that can be programmed on-the-fly.

Game review: Far Cry 3

Easily the best open world game at the moment

Game review: Nike+ Kinect Training for Xbox 360

Nike and Xbox's Kinect can be thoroughly enjoyed only if you have a lot space. Otherwise, the sensors will not be able to read all your moves.
Test Bench Review: Acer Iconia W510

Review: Acer Iconia W510

Like other hybrids, this one too is made for regular computing and high-end tasks.

Review: Nikon D5200

One of the first things you will notice, and be pleasantly surprised about, is the click of this camera's mechanical shutter.

Standing tall

The Zeb-T9500RUCF tower speakers from Zebronics are as large as they come.

Review: Panasonic AE 8000

The Panasonic's AE projectors try to bring home a cinema experience. While the AE 7000 came with an impressive 2000 lumens lamp, the latest AE 8000 stands out for its 3D projection quality

Review: Simmtronics Simm X720

Simmtronics Simm X720 packs a 1GHz processor paired with a 512MB RAM.

Review: JBL J33

JBL J33 has put in a lot of premium components into the earphones to ensure that the sound quality is true.

Review: Amkette Evotv

The Amkette EvoTV was one of the most innovative products of 2012.
Living Tech Will smartwatches ever go mainstream?

Will smartwatches ever go mainstream?

Smart watches try to be extensions of the smartphone with apps, cameras and even full calling capabilities.
Digital Life Should you buy a DSLR or a compact?

Should you buy a DSLR or a compact?

Looking for something between a DSLR and a point-and-shoot? Compact system cameras are the best option.

Camera review: Panasonic Lumix DSC-GX1

It gives you the comfort of the most mature compact system camera. This means ease-of-use and a versatility very few cameras of this kind can offer.

Camera review: Samsung NX1000

It is the best connected camera option among compact systems.

Canon EOS M: A camera worth the money

It has taken a long time coming, but Canon finally has a compact mirorless camera in its stables. The EOS M is like a Canon EOS DSLR that has been miniaturised. So inside it is still the same old Canon controls, though a lot less complex and much more simplified.

Camera review: Sony Nex-5R

The NEX 5R is one camera that will leave you satisfied every time you pick it up and that is why we think this is the best compact mirrorless camera we have tested this year.

Our monthly pick of apps for tablets

Among the most popular games of 2012, Temple Run now has a sequel. But the sequel seems to be a bit better than the original with more obstacles and scenarios.
Reviews Review: Micromax A110 Canvas 2

Review: Micromax A110 Canvas 2

While browsing the web was very easy on the 5-inch display, it was a pleasure watching videos on the big display unlike other low-cost Androids.

Review: Lenovo Ideapad Yoga 13

The colour of the IdeaPad Yoga is the first thing that you will notice, for the devices otherwise looks like any good Ultrabooks.
Mobiles Review: Supertooth HD Voice

Review: Supertooth HD Voice

This is the best of all the in-car Bluetooth speakers we have tested so far and its is worth buying if you spend a lot of time driving.

Review: Salora Power Maxx Z1

The battery, which can last more than two days with constant web connectivity and calling, is undoubtedly the best feature of this phone.

A guide to buying top smartphones

A G&G listing of top smartphones, affordable, QWERTY phones and more...

Your monthly update on mobile phone apps

Your monthly update on mobile phone apps

Can BB10 save BlackBerry?

The all-new BB 10 operating system has enough to let BlackBerry take on the completion.
Choice Review: Nokia Lumia 920

Review: Nokia Lumia 920

The highlight of the Lumia 920 is its 8-megapixel camera with the PureView technology and Carl Zeiss lens.
Help Best HD LED TV options within Rs 25,000

Best HD LED TV options within Rs 25,000

I am looking to buy a really good HD LED TV. I need at least 32 inches, HDMI port, USB, Good Sound (Dolby Digital / SRS). My budget is Rs 25,000.
Launch Pad A look at Samsung's new 5-inch phablet Galaxy Grand

A look at Samsung's new 5-inch phablet Galaxy Grand

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.

Lenovo IdeaPad Y500 launched at Rs 48,990

The new Lenovo IdeaPad Y500 is aimed at mobile gamers and will be a multimedia powerhouse thanks to unique features like the UltraBay, which will let users instantly swap out for dual graphics capability, increased storage space or an additional fan for cooling.

Recent launches: LG Power Cut Evercool Refrigerators

LG Power Cut EverCool refrigerators come with the ability to retain cooling for up to seven hours without electricity.

Viewsonic launches VX70smh Series LED monitors

ViewSonic Corp's new VX70Smh-LED Series with Professional Grade IPS LED panel comes with a stylish frameless bezel design and is available in optional sizes 27" VX2770Smh-LED and 23" VX2370Smh-LED.

Harman launches Revel Performa3 Series from Rs 57,770 onwards

Harman has launched the Revel Performa3 Series, a complete range of home theatre and music loudspeakers.

Jabra launches Speak 510 Bluetooth-enabled speakerphone

Jabra Speak 510 is a compact speakerphone with Bluetooth that can be used anywhere, anytime for listening to music or participating in conference calls.

Nokia 114 launched at Rs 2,549

The Nokia 114 is aimed at the young and hyper-social consumers who want a fast and affordable online experience.

Epson launches the world's smallest all-in-one printers

Epson India has launched the next generation of its entry-level all-in-one inkjet printers, also the world's smallest models designed to save users running costs with their affordable supplies.
Letters Letters to the Editor - March 2013 issue

Letters to the Editor - March 2013 issue

eople can save lots of money by buying phones that have only the functions they would ultimately use. But sadly owning a latest and expensive mobile have become a fashion statement, one that satisfies just the ego