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Currently available on Amazon.com.
Greenpeace activists can now happily tweet about the environment without hurting it at the same time. This has become possible thanks to the Samsung NC215 netbook.
The NC215 sports a solar panel on its lid that can charge the netbook’s 6-cell battery. Of course, you can go outdoors and use it solely on solar power to “save the environment”. For the sake of energy efficiency, the netbook will only be available in black. It offers decent specs including a dual-core Atom N570 CPU, 1 GB RAM, 250 GB HDD, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth 3.0. The software department will be taken care of by Windows 7 Starter Edition.
Those interested can book this $399 (approx Rs 20,000) netbook on Amazon.com or wait till it is available in India
Droid on steroids.
Blazing fast UI; Brilliant screen; Super-slim design; Effortless multitasking; 1080p video recording; Extensive multimedia support
Poor grip; All-plastic body
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Samsung Galaxy S II
MRP: Rs 32,500
Street Price: Rs 30,500 (Flipkart.com); Rs 31,000 (LetsBuy.com)
Nowadays, a high-end mobile phone’s specs can give a complex to most Intel Atom based netbooks. Dual-core smartphones are promising unmatched performance, but an additional core means a deeper hole in your pocket. Is the performance boost really worth the premium price tag? Well, the answer lies in the review. Read on to find out.
Last year, the Android ecosystem grew exponentially, leap-frogging the dominant market share held by Apple and finally giving users a smartphone option to the iPhone. At the head of the Android charge was the HTC factory, but it was the Samsung’s Galaxy S that came in from the outside to conquer the Android universe. Combining the delicious Android functionality with some powerful hardware, it rightfully won our Gadget Guru Smartphone of the Year award. Now, enter the Galaxy S2, the heir to the throne. But the battle of the phones has only just begun with Apple’s iPhone 4, LG’s Optimus 2x and HTC Sensation hitting Indian shores. So can Samsung improve upon their flagship smartphone?
The highly popular Samsung Galaxy series has got one more addition to its line-up. The latest entrant is the Galaxy Z, which is said to be a pocket-friendly sibling of the Galaxy S II. This is much like what Galaxy LCD has been to the original Galaxy. To our surprise, the announcement has come from the Swedish operator 3, but a formal announcement from the Korean giant may soon follow.