September 19, 2014
ENP Newswire - 19 September 2014 Release date- 17092014 - SYDNEY - It turns out that big things really do come in small packages as LG Electronics (LG) today announced a great new range of LED/DLP projectors.

India has potential to add 2,000MW through solar energy each day!; With its ample sunshine, India could easily add power generation capacity by using more solar energy and less fossil fuels.
September 18, 2014
With its ample sunshine, India could easily add power generation capacity by using more solar energy and less fossil fuels. Among the fresh bright minds that Rajiv Gandhi brought into government in the first flush of his landslide victory was PS Deodhar, who was appointed technology advisor to the prime minister and the chairman of the Electronics Commission of the government. Mr Deodhar was among those techies who worked at making panchayati raj a reality by harnessing technology for growth. In the early 1980s, Mr Deodhar was involved in building low-cost computers and making them available to people. He says, "I got Rajiv the ZX80 computer kit and later ZX81 and Spectrum with 128K RAM for hands-on computing." Later, he made available an IBM PC XT clone at Rs10,000 via ET&T Corp, which was at half the prevailing price. Now, at the age of 80, he believes that if solar energy were utilised in rural areas, technology could become a binding tool for the entire country by reaching areas that have no stable power supply. With this in mind, Mr Deodhar has made pioneering efforts in solar-powered gadgets through MITRAMAX Energy Private Limited.

A tasteful signage for balle balle Dhaba; The signage was designed keeping in mind the flavour of the cuisine served
September 18, 2014
The signage was designed keeping in mind the flavour of the cuisine served balle balle Dhaba, an eatery next to the very popular mall City Centre I in Salt lake, Kolkata, crafted an appealing look recently with an interesting and colourful signage to attract the customers and thereby giving an inviting feel to all. Executed by B Chaudhury Print & Art Services, the F&B warren got a transformed look and feel with this makeover.

Iconic Tata Centre gets a new signage; B Chaudhury Print & Art Services crafted the signage, overcoming the challenges of putting it up on a high rise
September 18, 2014
B Chaudhury Print & Art Services crafted the signage, overcoming the challenges of putting it up on a high rise Tata Centre, the marketing headquarters of Tata Steel, is an iconic building on the landscape of Kolkata. The signage of this landmark building recently got a new look which has been executed by B Chaudhury Print & Art Services.

InFocus LightPro IN1146
September 17, 2014
At first glance, the InFocus LightPro IN1146 ($649) is just one more example in long list of projectors that are built around a WXGA (1,280-by-800) DLP chip paired with an LED light source, and all offer a similar constellation of features. However, theIN1146 stands out for its balance of image quality, brightness, features, and price. The combination puts it a cut above the competition overall and makes it our Editors' Choice for LED WXGA projectors. The IN1146's closest competitors include the OptomaML1000P, the AcerK335, and the NEC Display SolutionsNP-L102W. All of these projectors, including the IN1146, are among the brightest LED WXGA models available, with 1,000-lumen ratings, and they all offer a similar set of connectors, along with the ability to read files from memory cards and USB memory keys to enhance portability. They also offer an LED light source designed to last the life of the projector. InFocus, for example, rates its light source at 30,000 hours.

LG 55EC9300
September 16, 2014
Last year, I reviewed the LG 55EA9800, a 55-inch curved OLEDHDTV. To my utter shock, it managed to produce perfectly dark black, a holy grail of HDTV testing and the only way a screen can have the "infinite contrast ratio" (technically inaccurate, but we'll talk about that later) some manufacturers have claimed in the past. I've been waiting for another OLED HDTV to test to see if this was some mysterious fluke or if the technology really can consistently perform that way. LG has now released the 55EC9300, a redesigned, WebOS-based follow-up model. Well, OLED is now two for two, and the 55EC9300 offers one of the best pictures I've ever tested in the lab. That image quality will cost you $6,999.99, though, so while OLED is now confirmed to be the future of HDTVs, it still isn't feasible for most consumers today.

LG LED Smart Projector PF85U
September 16, 2014
The LG SmartProjector PF85U ($1,299.99) is an interesting device. You can think of it as a 1080p home-entertainment projector with a built-in smart TV or as a smart TV that happens to use a projector as its display. Either way, it combines a small, lightweight projector with both a TV tuner and LG Smart TV user interface. Connect it to a network that's connected to the Internet, and you can use the smart TV menu to watch video from Netflix and other websites. The combination of features makes thePF85U an intriguing possibility at the very least, and a potentially excellent choice for rooms with low light levels. A key limitation for the projector is its brightness level, at a rated 1,000 lumens. In comparison, the Epson PowerLite Home Cinema2030-our Editors' Choice 1080p home-entertainment projector-is a veritable light cannon, at 2,000 lumens.

Toshiba Satellite Click 2 Pro P35W-B3226
September 15, 2014
There are plenty of systems in the market today that combine tablet and laptop, ranging from inexpensive devices to premium systems that pair a decent Windows tablet with an ultrabook-class laptop. The Toshiba Satellite Click 2 Pro P35W-B3226 ($1,184.99 as tested) is an example of the latter, with premium construction, high-end components, and a respectable feature set. Unfortunately, making a great hybrid system requires more than simply sticking together a tablet and keyboard; that joining of two halves is the very fault line that leaves the otherwise impressive Click 2 Pro feeling less impressive than systems with lower performance and fewer features. Design This detachable-hybrid tablet is similar in some respects to the Pentium-equipped Toshiba Satellite Click 2 L35W-B3204, with an accompanying docking keyboard, a similar tapered-edge design, and brushed aluminum on the back of the tablet and the keyboard's palm rest. The biggest differences between the Click 2 Pro and its budget-friendly sibling are the introduction of a push-to-click docking hinge and a slimmer, lighter design. We never reviewed its predecessor, the AMD-equipped Toshiba Satellite Click W35Dt-AST2N01, but the Click 2 Pro is way beyond it in terms of either price or capabilities.

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear Pre-Orders Begin in India for a,[sup.1]2,000.
September 14, 2013
  South Korean consumer electronics giant, Samsung has begun taking pre-orders for the company's recently unveiled flagship gadgets - Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear smartwatch in India.           Samsung's official e-store has opened the windows for Indians to book the new Galaxy Gadgets. Prospective buyers have been given the option to book both the Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear for a[sup.1]2,000 as pre-advance amount, or book only Galaxy phablet (if the consumer is not interested in the combo deal with smartwatch) for the same pre-advance amount. However, the company is still tight-lipped on the final prices of the devices.           [To Pre-book both the Galaxy devices, (https://www.samsungindiaestore.com/products/Mobiles/Galaxy_Note_3_with_Galaxy_Smart_Gear_Pre-booking_SM-N9000ZKE) Click Here . To book only the Galaxy Note 3, (https://www.samsungindiaestore.com/products/Mobiles/Galaxy_Note_3_Pre-booking_SM-N9000ZKE) Click Here ]       The pre-orders of the devices began just a couple of days after Samsung India sent out invites to select media houses for an event scheduled on 17 September in Delhi.     Samsung Galaxy Note 3:           Samsung's new Galaxy phablet flaunts a 5.7-inch Super AMOLED screen with full HD 1920x1080p display resolution and runs on the latest Android mobile OS v4.3 Jelly Bean.

International Business Times - US ed.
August 13, 2013
  Nokia's much anticipated 4.7-inch Lumia 625 smartphone is now up for pre-orders at Indian online store Snapdeal.             The e-retailer is charging a[sup.1]1,000 as (http://www.snapdeal.com/product/nokia-lumia-625/1255140035?pos=0;1) advance for prospective buyers pre-booking Lumia 625. The remaining amount can be paid when the Nokia phone gets released later this month.           The final price of Lumia 625 is expected to be priced around E220 Euros (excluding taxes), approximately a[sup.1]17,850 in Indian denominations.     As per a recent report, Infibeam and Home Shop 18 are the only other e-commerce shops to list Lumia 625, but sales are yet begin in these websites.


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