Today Yu Televentures announced a new handset, the Yu Yureka Plus. The phone is a revision to the existing Yureka, with added benefits. The revised specs also called for a revised price of Rs. 9,999.
Registrations for this handset have started again today and the handset will go on sale on the 30th of July exclusively on Amazon.in.
The micromax yu yureka review is a phone that the Yureka should have been, in the first place. However, it is the company’s way of letting their consumers know that they are listening. The Yureka Plus improves on key features without drastically increasing the price. Is it worth the extra moolah? Let us find out in the iGyaan review.
If you’ve been following Mobile World Congress this year, you might have heard of the new HTC One M9 cell phone being released. What slipped slightly under the radar was the new Bluetooth speaker that HTC has coming out in another collaboration with major audio company Harman Kardon.
The speaker, aptly named the Harman Kardon One, is the second time that the company has designed a product with HTC. The One speaker comes with 40 mm drivers, NFC pairing, and a 5 hour battery life. The metal design comes to us courtesy of HTC and is an extension of the same premium build quality we’re used to in their One-series phones. The speaker is also seamlessly compatible with the three-finger swipe gesture that HTC has in their devices which will automatically connect the two. Another three-finger swipe downwards ends the connection. It also comes with a built-in microphone and echo-canceling speakerphone for clearer conference calls.
Although the 5 hour battery life might be a deal breaker for some, the build quality of the speaker definitely makes it a cool mobile accessory especially since it will be available in a limited release bundle with the HTC One M9. The Harman Kardon One review will be available at the end of March and the suggested retail price is £129, or $200.
The ASUS VivoBook X540LA-SI30205P is a bestselling 15.6-inch budget laptop that has been praised for its crisp display, its snappy Intel i3 processor and for its 1TB hard drive. But the hardware is more suited to basic computing tasks such as web browsing, emailing and Skype, as it only has 4GB of RAM. We recommend upgrading the RAM to 8GB to improve its performance.
- Value for money
- B&O designed audio
- USB 3.1 Type-C
- Ample storage space
- Only 4GB of RAM
- Older Intel processor
- Average battery life
- Only 2 full size USB ports
The ASUS X540LA-SI30205P is a budget friendly laptop that offers great value for your money, but the 4GB of installed RAM might leave it feeling sluggish when it comes to multitasking.