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Wow Below 1000 rupees Mobiles

At a time when mobile phones control statements and are the first choice for most young people, simple cell cellular phones have apparently lost importance. Yet producers haven't ceased making them. In fact, these mobile-phones are still being launched by big manufacturers such as Htc and New samsung and represent a significant slice of cellular phones sold in our country.below 1k copy

These basic cellular phones are usually super low-cost cellular phones, focused at individuals who prefer to use cell cellular phones for contacting and SMS, rather than high-end elegant function. Even with a smart phone in the house, you may want one of these as a second phone simply for their convenience and power supply back-up. We list five cell cellular phones that individuals can buy for less than Rs 1000 in Indian.

All of the below have been chosen based on their brand value in Indian, presenting the newest design in the sequence. These may be tedious gadgets for many, but function accessories like FM Stereo - and are great when it comes to power supply lifespan (talktime on a single charge). Prices were attracted from online suppliers, and you may be able to purchase them for even smaller at your local brick-and-mortar shops.

Nokia 1280
Good old Nokia, which gained a lot of popularity with its basic-phone range, has the Nokia 1280 phone which is sold for a price of Rs 999. Its key features are:

  • 1.4" screen
  • alphanumeric keypad
  • built-in FM radio
  • speaking Alarm clock
  • flashlight present
  • 8 hours of talk time claimed

The Nokia 1280 weighs around 82 grams and comes in two colour variants, Graphite and Black. This model is meant to be replaced by the Nokia 100 (priced above 1k) in a few months.

Nokia 1280

Spice M5005n
Spice, known for its low-cost mobile-phones has the M5005n which is priced at Rs 979. The key features that this phone provides are:

  • 1.8" TFT display
  • Dual-SIM support
  • 0.3 MP primary camera with video recording
  • built-in FM radio along with MP3 and video player
  • built-in torch
  • Bluetooth connectivity
  • 6 hours of claimed talk time

Spice M5005n

Intex Nano Y
Priced at Rs 949, the phone provides multimedia features like Music player (support offered: MP3, WAV), video player and built-in FM radio. Here are its key features:

  • 1.8" TFT screen
  • Dual-SIM support
  • Primary VGA Camera with video recording
  • Bluetooth and USB Connectivity
  • Claimed talk time of 4 hours along with 240 hours of standby time
  • Auto call record
  • LED torch light

Intex Nano Y

Karbonn K101
Priced at Rs 929, the phone has the following key features:

  • 1.8" LCD display
  • Dual-SIM support
  • Built-in FM radio and MP3 player
  • Up to 4 GB microSD card support
  • Bluetooth connectivity
  • Talktime of up to 4 hours
  • LED Torch

The Karbonn K101 is available in two colour variants, Black and Red.

Karbonn K101

Lava Arc 11
Priced at Rs 982, the Lava ARC 11 even has a 0.3MP camera along with USB and Bluetooth connectivity. Its key features are:

  • 1.8" display
  • Claimed battery talk time of 4 hrs
  • Dual-SIM support
  • LED Torch
  • Built-in memory can be expanded up to 8 GB

Lava Arc 11

Here's a recap to summarize our list of sub-1k mobile-phones:

mobile price comparision chart

If you are specifically looking for a robust basic phone, we suggest you go in for Nokia 1280 for its build-quality and warranty. If you want one with more features (like dual-SIM, memory card support, and camera), pick the Spice M5005n instead.

Wow Adobe Photoshop CS is free Get it Legally

Adobe has stopped its activation serial numbers for CS2 on servers. If you are a registered user and already in possession of a valid serial number for CS2 then you can (re) download free CS2 to install for example due to a formatted disk. If you are not in this case, you will need to purchase Photoshop CS or the latest version CS6.

Adobe Photoshop CS2 offers the following as a free download for all and already in possession of a valid serial number .

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Just have a free account on the Adobe website to be able to legally have the entire suite including

  • Acrobat Photoshop CS2,
  • Illustrator CS2, Audition 3.0,
  • GoLive CS2,
  • InDesign CS2,
  • InDesign CS2,
  • Photoshop CS2,
  • Photoshop Elements 5.0 and
  • Adobe Premiere Pro 2.0.

Rather than having to manage records serial numbers using a procedure and an out dated server, Adobe has chosen to provide users already owners of a CS2 license and know just an older version of download free declination CS2 well known graphics processing software Photoshop.

This version is completely out dated for those who want to have the latest tools and features to specific versions Photoshop CS5 or Photoshop CS6, but CS2 is ideal for keen amateur designer to learn how to use Photoshop.

Photographers working in JPG will also be filled, those who use the RAW format will be more careful because CS2 does not support the latest versions of Camera Raw and then the files from the latest digital cameras. It is possible in this case against using the Adobe DNG Converter utility that allows easy conversion convert its native RAW files to Adobe DNG RAW format.

Get the Photoshop CS2 and above mentioned software from here with Serial numbers


  • Adobe has disabled the activation server for CS2 products, including Acrobat 7, because of a technical issue. These products were released more than seven years ago, do not run on many modern operating systems, and are no longer supported.
  • Adobe strongly advises against running unsupported and out-dated software. The serial numbers below should only be used by customers who legitimately purchased CS2 or Acrobat 7 and need to maintain their current use of these products.



The Sony Xperia Z is the latest flagship device from Sony and it's really one of the best that the Japanese firm has produced so far.The shape is fantastic with great style. It has a large screen Full HD 1080p and a lot of power produced by a quad core processor Qualcomm Snapdragon S4.

The Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 is a great smartphone with a 6.3 inch LCD screen and continues the aesthetic typical round of the Korean manufacturer. It has a fast dual-core processor and very competitive specifications for a mid-range.


Sony's expertise in technology has not gone on the Xperia Z. LCD touch screen 5 inch Full HD resolution 1920x1080 at 440 pixels per inch (ppi). It provides incredibly sharp images on an equal footing with 5-inch 1080p models with densities similar pixels.


However, Sony has a trick or two up his sleeve with the Sony Mobile Bravia Engine 2 and OptiContrast technology. Both technologies mean that you will get rich, vibrant colors, excellent contrast and brightness, very pure whites and deep blacks.

We have not seen something similar elsewhere. When we had a Xperia Z in the office to test it, the general consensus was that it was almost like watching a 3D TV without glasses. Needless to say, the games, movies and TV shows are superb.

The screen is not the only one to give the impression of watching TV.The visual design is also consistent with the aesthetics of its other Sony electronics, especially televisions. The phone looks like a miniature TV and this is a good thing.

There are two halves of the top body and the bottom of the phone, while the bezel along the longer edges is very narrow and providing a clean uniform appearance.

The materials used are top notch and they have a nice feel in the hand, while the rear glass panel is a good thing. The corners are angled, as the overall shape of the device.

The processor is a strong element. The phone uses a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro chip clocked at 1.5 GHz with 2 GB of RAM and an Adreno 320 graphics processor (GPU).

It offers a fast, flexible and reliable performance on Android Jelly Bean with Sony overlay interface. It is more than capable of running all you can find on Google Play content.

Other features of the phone are reasonable. It has a 13 megapixel camera with Exmor RS backlit and LED flash, 1080p video capture and stabilization. A secondary camera of 2.2 megapixel 1080p is on the front. There are also 16 GB of onboard storage and a microSD slot for cards up to 64GB.

It offers a full range of connectivity options with both 3G and 4G capabilities, Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi Direct, Wi-Fi hotspot, DLNA, Bluetooth, NFC, microUSB, GPS and MHL TV-out.


The Galaxy Mega 6.3 is not a flagship phone, but it's a mid-range well equipped with a 6.3 inch LCD screen with 1280x720 resolution to 233ppi. The visuals are bright, colourful and reasonably crisp, but the main advantage is its size, which makes it an ideal multimedia device.


Processing power is also very good because Samsung has opted for a dual-core Exynos 5250 processor based on the ARM Cortex-A15 configuration. This is the same processor as the Nexus 10. It is clocked at 1.7 GHz and has 1.5 GB of RAM and a Mali T604 GPU.

This dual-core processor is still incredibly fast and runs Android Jelly Bean with Samsung's TouchWiz interface.

The camera is competent, it is the same configuration as what we saw on the Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Note 2 - a 8 Megapixels BSI with good characteristics of stabilization and LED flash. The front-facing camera is 1.9 megapixels.

There are options of 8GB or 16GB of on board storage with support for microSD cards up to 64GB. Connectivity includes Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi Direct, Wi-Fi hotspot, 3G and 4G, Bluetooth, NFC, infrared, microUSB and GPS.


Both phones are great, but the Xperia Z has a more manageable size.You still have the advantage of a large screen to play media but in addition, it is sharper, brighter and offers a better experience. Finally, it is much more manageable than his opponent.

In addition, the materials used on the Xperia Z are more comfortable to touch the sticky plastic Samsung. The design is much more pleasant to look at, in our opinion.

Xperia Z also has IP57 certification for resistance to water and dust. It is also waterproof up to one meter deep.

Processing power and performance should be more or less equal.Both phones run on Android Jelly Bean with all the advantages, the optimization and the stability of the interface, as well as access to a wide range of applications and content.

Although we do not yet know how the Samsung Galaxy 6.3 Mega cost, Samsung seem to make a model of mid-range and should therefore probably be cheaper than the Xperia Z.

Given this, it is nevertheless a interesting in many respects smartphone specifications are very competitive and has a large battery.

This is actually a key area, because the battery is an area where the Xperia Z is not up - it is not good, and this is the price to pay for an impressive display.

The display of the Galaxy Mega might not have the same visual quality, but it offers a proper multimedia experience and should last longer than the Xperia Z on a single charge.


Your choice will depend on the money that you are willing to spend and how you will use the device.

If you prefer to have a fantastic visual quality and do not mind you having to recharge the phone after watching a few movies, then the Xperia Z is a clear winner, especially if you also looking for a good phone with a high-end feel.

But if your budget is tight and you prefer to be able to consume more content with reduced quality (but still correct), then the Galaxy Mega 6.3 should be your choice here.

15 best services offered by Google

Who knew that this miss-spelled area will aphorism the apple of internet? The website that was started with the aim to accumulate all advice in one abode after became the best able website of the world. Currently, google is alms dozens of paid and contributed casework and articles to its end-users.


According to a joke, google is the best beheld website in the apple because abounding bodies aloof use it to analysis whether their internet is alive or not but it is a actuality that alone google look receives about 1 billion look queries daily.

This column is committed to google and some of the top casework and articles offered by google.

15 best services offered by google

1. Google Search:

Launched in 1996

In the world of search, google is without any doubt beating all its opponents since many years. Google offers its services not only on its international domain i.e but also on regional level domains.

2. Gmail:

Launched in 2004

Only gmail was able to beat/break the monopoly of yahoo and hotmail’s email service. Gmail offers dozens of free and intelligent services and is very much easy-to-use for even a layman.

3.Google Toolbar:

Launched in 2000

Although google has launched its browser named chrome but if you are familiar with internet explorer you can still sense the smell of google in it, yes, google toolbar will never let you to forget google and its excellent products and services. Google toolbar is an excellent tool to create your own buttons on the browser, in addition it also has a search box and a popup blocker.

4. Blogger:

Bought by Google in 2003

Another popular service offered by google that has a vast amount of some newest features. Blogger is one of the most easiest and popular blogging sites.

5. Google Alerts:

Launched in 2005

If you want to be notified of your search terms by email than google Alerts is the best service for you where you can enter your search terms along with preferences and you will be notified through email on daily/weekly basis.

6. Google Chrome:

Launched in 2008

We can say Google Chrome is the leading internet browser which has easily beaten mozilla firefox and internet explorer.

7.Google +:

Launched in 2011

People started thinking whether facebook can be beaten by any other social network or not? But now this question is answerable because this different, unique and professional looking site has grabbed a large share of visitors and rapidly growing.

8.  Picasa:

Bought by google in 2004

An excellent application to organize and edit your photos. In addition you will be able to add some basic effects too.


Bought by google in 2005

It was another bold step by google to introduce an operating system in the market where various versions of windows were already gripped tightly. Android is an operating system, yes, its an operating system by google for smart phones and tablet PCs.

10. Adsense:

Launched in 2003

For this service, I surely can say that “They came, they saw and they conquered”. Today Google adsense is the most reliable online advertising service that has won the hearts of hundred thousands web publishers.

11. Adwords:

Launched in 2000

Do you want to rise on internet? Try google adwords that will spread your ads to thousands of the websites online that will surely results in a fruitful turnout.

12.Google Docs:

Launched in 2010

An excellent platform to store your documents, PowerPoint presentations and spreadsheets online along with some excellent features. It allows you to store up to 10 GB of your data online. Google Docs will soon be replaced with Google Drive that has cloud storage and many newest features.

13. Youtube:

Bought by google in 2006

The largest video sharing website on internet which offers free space to its users to upload their videos. Originally Youtube was launched and maintained by a group of three friends but was bought by Google in November 2006.

14.Google Maps:

Launched in 2005

Did you ever imagine that you’d be able to view a live preview of the locations you wanna drive? Google maps made it possible for you where you can search for streets and driving directions for majority countries of the world.

15. Google Bookmarks:

Launched in 2005

An excellent service to store your bookmarks online so you can access them anywhere. This service is available for everyone who has google account.

Now you can explore the moon, the mars, stars and the galaxies. The services names Google Moon, Google Mars and Google Sky are the products through which you can view the world outside of our world. What else you need?

Teracom Android Tablet – Lofty Tab TZ100

Teracom Android Tablet, Lofty Tab TZ100 is Priced at 10,999 INR With Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS.


Lofty Tab TZ100 Features are

Network – EDGE: 850/900/1800/1900 MHZ, WCDMA: 850/900/1800/2100 MHZ, HSDPA Data Speed up to 7.2 Mbps, HSUPA Data Speed up to 5.76 Mbps
Processor – 1 GHz Cortex A9 Processor
Display – 7”LCD Multi-Touch Capacitive Screen With Excellent Resolution: 1024x600
Operating system – Android 4.0(Ice-Cream Sandwich)
Camera – Rear: 3 MP, Front: 0.3MP for Video call
Multimedia – RM/RMVB, MPEG, MKV, AVI, FLV, VP8, up to 1080P Support
Battery – 4200 mAh
Memory – RAM : 512 MB DDR3, Internal : 4 GB, External : Upto 32 GB
Connectivity – Bluetooth Technology v2.1, USB 2.0, HDMI Port for HD TV
Sensor – GPS, Digital Compass, 3D Gravity sensor


Flytouch 7 SuperPad

Today we chat with a product recently launched Flytouch 7 SuperPad  of the android tablet pc in this ever-changing electronic age, we must first seize the market depends on the product itself which attract the eye, more refined appearance, or in the originalsome basis of the addition of those features?

First of all from the outside SuperPad VII and the previous Flytouch 7, or classic black and silver white with The right side also features two USB ports, a TF card slot, a headphone port, an HDMI link port, an RJ45 connector, a power connector, the top of the above will in turn speaker, look at the key from the outside Flytouch VII simply and Flytouch 3, is exactly the same!



New Flytouch 7 SuperPad VII Tablet PC running Android 4.03 ICS system Allwinner A10 1.2GHz and DDR3 1GHz And 4GB and 12GB Flash Disk. Download any application you want from Android Market and customize your Android eBook reader to make it exclusively yours.


You can choose from thousands more on the Android Market / Google Play and download them with a tap.Featured Apps, include News, Weather, the Work, Social, Travel, Play, and more.

The Buttons: Power On/off, Front-side Back Button, Home and Menu buttons on the side Support G-sensor

HD 10.2 inch Touch Screen Built-in Microphone Audio and 3.5mm Earphone Jack, Built-in 2*Speaker Built In GPS

New bright spot of the above are SuperPad VII, it is recommended! Built in WIFI 802.11b/g Support External 3G Support HDMI Video output to TV By simply accessing the Android Market from the menu, you can download a huge variety of free and paid software from the Android Marketplace.

New bright spot of the above are Flytouch 7, it is recommended!


More Reviews for Android Tablet Australia

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Ainol Elf 8GB and 16GB In Stock

16GB elf tablet has a micro USB (that can host((plug in a thumb drive)) and charge) micro SD up to 32gb (tested up to 4gb)3.5mm headphone jack, works great.

the same resolution as the big players 7 inch ers out there (samsung and acer) its very reactive to touch .

All winner A10 a cortex A8 clocked at 1ghz powerful Allwinner Many CORE A10 1.5GHz is ARM Based, not MIPS based ,1 GHz of DDR3 RAM ,16gb of usable internal storage ,5 point touch screen 1025x600



Newest android 4.03 ice cream sandwich system ,Support Adobe Flash 11 for online video streaming such as Youtube and other online video and online game.
Ainol ELF Android 4.0.3 ICS tablets is powered by 4000 mAh battery for longer battery life Music 25 hours, Games 6 hours Web 7 hours video 8 hours.


Supports 2160p super HD, and all 1080P HD and other HD formats in more than 20 file formats, such as MKV, AVI, RM, FLV, WMV. Ainol NOVO 7 ELF automatically recognizes HD TV connection, and outputs video signal to TV. It displays on both tablet and TV for all operations. When HD video is playing, the tablet screen will be off.


Ainol NOVO 7 ELF  supports WiFi standard 802.1 b/g/n, and also supports external 3G dongles

Source : Ainol

Buy BSNL Tablet PC Online at Pre Booking available

the National Telecom Company BSNL had launched the three tablets with one of them is said to be the rival of Aakash Tablet.In our previous post we have discussed the Specifications and Features of BSNL's cheapest tablet.Now it is time to discuss How to Buy BSNL Tablet Online


Here  are a few steps that readers must under go in order to Book or Buy their BSNL Tablet Online

  • BSNL Planned to sell the Tablets Online at the Partner Website of PANTEL i.e at (
  • Currently the Website is only offering Pre-Booking for the tablet.
  • Before Pre Booking the BSNL tablet, readers are advised to check the detailed description of these tablets at this link (
  • After reading the Complete description about the Product, readers can now pre book their product.
  • For Prebooking the Bsnl Tablet, you are required to fill a Pre booking form and fill in your details (Including your name, Email, Shipping Address and Phone Number).
  • After sumitting the Pre-Booking form, the system wil Generate a Booking ID (something Like this PENT005918.).The booking ID must be preserved for future refernece and tracking your order in the later stages
  • If you have any queries related to the BSNL Tablet, you are advised to contact the Customer Care Executives of the Company at the contact Numbers given below.
  1. Phone No :+91 120-4277731/32, +91 120-4307999
  2. Email Id :

Share: If you think that there is something we are missing in this article then you must submit your Quries in the Comment Box given below.You can also share your views about the Product in the comment box.

Buy Bnsl Tablet PC from retail stores in Hyderabad,Delhi,Mumbai,Bangalore

BSNL tablet will be available in Retail stores and BSNL store after 1st March, 2012

In our previous post on How to Pre book and Buy Bsnl Tablet Online, we have discussed the Complete Procedure on Booking Bsnl Tablet Online.Now in this post, we will discuss on How you can buy Bsnl Tablet Offline at the retail stores in the country.


The cheapest among the three Bsnl tablets Penta Tpad IS7O1R currently priced at Rs 3250/- is getting the huge response from the Indian Consumers. According to a Press release issued by the Pantel Technologies, it was announced that Company had received 1 lakh pre-booking orders  over the phone and Online with in three days.It is worth mentioning here that these tablets had been manufactured by Pantel Technologies in association with National Telecom Backbone BSNL.

How to get BSNL Tablet through Offline mode ?

If you are interested in buying the Bsnl tablet, then you have two modes: is Online as well as Offline mode

Online Mode: The pre booking for the Bsnl tablet had already been started and you can read the complete details about Pre booking the Bsnl Tablet here.The delivery of Bsnl tablets pre booked at  the Pantel Website will commence after 5th March, 2012

Offline Mode: According to an Official handout, the Bsnl Tablet will be available in retail stores after 1st March, 2012.The BSNL tablet can also be bought from the Bsnl stores spread across the country.More details about the buying the Bsnl tablet from retail stores will be provided on this page very soon

Bsnl Tablet in Your City:

If are are from Hyderabad, Pune, Mumbai, Chandigarh, Bhopal, Patna, Jammu, Shimla, Bangalore, or any other Indian cities, then you can buy Bsnl tablet from the nearest Retail store dealing in Mobile/Computers OR From the nearest Bsnl Store only after March 1, 2012

Queries: If you have any queries related to Buying the Bsnl tablet from the retail stores or Bsnl Store, then you can put your questions or queries in the Comment Box given below

Lava Xolo X900 :Launch date, Price in India,Specs, Buy Online

Microprocessor Giant Intel made made its way into the Smart phone market by launching a Smart phone in collaboration with Indian Multinational Lava.Yes the Lava Xolo X900 is ready to land in the Indian Mobile Market on 23rd April 2012.Intel Officials in a Press Release in New Delhi confirmed that Smart phone  is powered by Intel Chips.

How Lava Xolo X900 Looks?

Have a look at the Intel  Lava  Xolo X900 Smart phone


Here are some main points that readers would like to know about this Smart phone:

Price in India : The Smart phone in its initial stage is a bit costlier and is priced at Rs 22,000 or about $ 420.

How to Buy ? : If you are interested in buying the phone and afford the above mentioned price, then would like to inform that company had tied up with CROMA, a chain of Indian Mega stores.

Release Date : The Lava Xolo X900 will initially be released in the Indian markets on 23rd April, 2012.

Battery Life: According to the Intel, the battery life is expected to be of 5 hours with talking capability of 8 hours.3G support is also available.

Specs of Intel-Lava Xolo X 900

  • Processor: 1.6GHz Atom chips
  • Camera: 8 Mpx
  • Display : 4.03 inch Touch screen
  • Operating System: Gingerbread

Note : If you would like to know more about the product then reach out to us by posting your comments below .

Google Nexus 7 Tablet 2012- Price in India, USA, UK

Search Engine King, GOOGLE had stepped into the Tablet Market World with the release of the most wanted Google Nexus Tablet.According to some reliable sources the Google Nexus Tablet is introduced and expected to give tough Competition to Amazon Kindle fire.This is for the first time, Google had stepped into the Consumer Electronics Goods and it is expected that the Nexus Tabled is likely to be big success.The things that makes a particular gadget success of Failure are its Specs, Reliability, Price, Support etc

In this article we will discuss the Prices of the Goggle Nexus 7 Tablet and its impact on the Tablet Market.

Google Nexus Tablet Price

Google Launched the Nexus Tablet 7 is San Fransisco on 27th June, 2012.With this release, Google had give clear signal to its competitors like Amazon and Apple that there days in the Tablet Market World are now limited and its time  for them to pack up.

Goggle had launched the Nexus Table at the same price offered by Amazon for its Kindle fire tablet i.e at $ 199

According to PC World " Google Nexus 7 Tablet is A Missile that is aimed at Amazon's Kindle fire". But GOOGLE will feel more happy, if the NEXUS 7 Tablet will succeed in winning the hearts of those who are using Kindle Fire

Google Nexus Tablet Price in USA : $ 199

Google Nexus 7 Tablet Price in UK : $ 199

Google Nexus 7 Tablet Price in India : Rs 11,000/-

In the Upcoming Posts, we will make the comparison of the Google Nexus 7 Tablet with the Other Top performing Tables Like Kindle Fire, Nook and Galaxy tab.Till then stay tuned !


Here is How the Google Nexus 7 Tablet Looks ?

7" Tablet PC With SIM Card Calling & Internet Surfing

6-Month Manufacturer's Warranty-All Over India

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Key Features - M705S:

  • CPU : VIA 8650 800MHz
  • OS : Android 2.2
  • 2G GSM: GSM900/1800 for Voice Calling (All Sim Cards, viz. Vodafone, Airtel, Aircel, Idea, Reliance, BSNL, MTNL, Tata Docomo) and Internet Surfing
  • 3G USB Modem Supported (Tested on Airtel E1731 USB Modem)
  • Memory : 256 MB DDR3
  • Hard Disk : 4 GB (FAT Disc Format-Expandable to 32 GB)
  • LCD : 7" Touch screen 16:9/ Resolution: 800x480
  • Video : 3GP,MP4,FLV,MEPG 1/2/4,AVI,MPG,AVI,H263,H264
  • WiFi : Built in 802.11b/g WiFi
  • Camera : Built in 2 mega pixel camera
  • I/O : mini USB port, earphone jack, Tf card slot, USB port, DC in, SIM card slot
  • Flash Support : Flash 10.1
  • Language Support: multiple languages: English, Spanish, French, Russian, German etc.
  • Power Adapter : DC 9V input
  • Dimensions : 206mm*117mm*17mm
  • Battery : 1800mAh Li-battery
  • Weight :500g

SIM Card Installation Procedure For Calling:

Step-1: Insert the SIM Card in the SIM Card slot of your tablet pc.
Step-2: Power OFF your tablet pc.
Step-3: Power ON your tablet pc…you are ready to use your tablet pc as a phone device for voice calling.

SIM Card Installation Procedure:

Step-1: Insert the SIM Card in the SIM Card slot of your tablet pc.
Step-2: Press the SIM Card until it goes fully into the SIM Card slot and stays there.
Step-3: Power off the tablet pc.
Step-4: Power on the tablet pc after a few seconds.
Step-5: Go to “Settings”
Step-6: Go to “Wireless & Networks”
Step-7: Go to “Mobile networks”
Step-8: Select “Data enabled”, “Data Roaming”
Step-9: Go to “Network operators”
Step-10: Go to “Select automatically”; this will take some time and then you are ready to
use your tablet pc for internet surfing (if your SIM Card has internet surfing facility)

3G USB Modem Installation Procedure:

Step-1: Insert the 3G USB Modem (Airtel, Aircel, Idea, Reliance, MTS) in the USB port:
Step-2: Click “Settings.”
Step-3: Click “Wireless & Networks.”
Step-4: Click “3G network settings.”
Step-5: Click “Add 3G network.”
Step-6: Enter the required details, i.e. Name (Any Name), Device number (provided by 3G Service Providers, e.g. for Airtel, it is *99#), APN (provided by 3G Service Providers, e.g. for Airtel, it is, User (Your Name), Password (Any Password which is easily remembered by you).
Step-7: Click on “Connect.” This will connect you to 3G Network for high-speed internet browsing. Please see the “3G” symbol appeared on the top of the screen.
Step-8: Open Internet Browser and you will be able to browse various websites available on the internet.


Kobian launches iXA Tablet PC at Rs. 3,999

The Indian market is flooding with budget tablets these days. Last month we saw quite a few budget tablets such as Micromax Funbook, HCL ME Tab U1, UbiSlate 7C, and others launching in India. The latest entrant into the budget tablet race is Kobian, which has launched an Android-based budget tablet called iXA Tab. The device, priced at Rs. 3,999, will be available for pre-order from May 23.

The iXA Tab runs on Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system and is powered by a 1GHz processor. The new Kobian device comes with 512MB of RAM and has 4GB built-in storage, expandable up to 32 GB via microSD card. It has a seven-inch touchscreen. The iXA Tab supports Wi-Fi for connectivity. It also has a 0.3MP camera.

Moreover, the iXA Tab supports a wide range of audio formats such asmp3, wav, wma, aac etc. It also supports video formats such as avi, mp4, mov, 3GP and many more video formats supported by iXA Tab.

Sushmita Das, Country Manager - India, Kobian Pte Ltd says, "We have had immense success with mTab range , the launch of iXA Tab is for our young students and generation who would want to have the ownership of a tablet . They are now able to get all the features bundled in one product with a very attractive price tag. Since it's based on Android Gingerbread, user has the access to all Google applications and can have the ultimate experience. If one can get a Tablet at the price of a mobile phone then why not grab it."

It's notable that the iXA Tab is a limited edition product from Kobian. Availability of the device will be announced on the day booking starts.

Kobian had forayed into the Indian last year with its Mercury series. Since then it has launched quite a few Mercury tablets including one with the latest ICS operating system. Last month, Kobian launched Android 4.0 ICS-based Mercury mTab Neo2 tablet. The The Mercury mTab Neo2 is powered by a 1.2 GHz Cortex A8 dual-core processor, 512 MB RAM. It has 7-inch (16:9) capacitive screen. Notably, it comes with SIM calling function like mobile phones and has Bluetooth, WiFi, and GPS for connectivity. It has dual cameras (front and rear-facing) as well.

Wishtel Launches Ira Low Cost Android Tablet at Rs. 4000

Looks like there is tough competition for Aakash 2 tablet now days, as Wishtel launches couple of cheap Android tablet starting from Rs. 4000. Wishtel launched two new low-cost Tablets with some unique features like support for Indian languages (Hindi and regional languages).

Wishtel comes up with three variants named Era, Thing and Icon. The base model Ira priced at Rs. 4000 runs on Google Android (2.2) os, it has 7.0 inch resistive Touch Screen. Era has Wi-Fi and external USB modem support to access internet.

IRA Tablet Priced at Rs. 4,000 aka Era Tablet


Ira is powered by an 800MHz processor with 256MB of RAM. Internal memory of this tablet is 2GB however expandable with SD card up to 32 GB. It has one USB 2.0 port and a Trans Flash (TF) card reader.

Wishtel ira specifications: Era tablet


IRA Thing Tablet Priced at Rs. 5,500

Wishtel Thing features a 7 inch TFT LCD (800×480 pixel resolution) capacitive  Touchscreen display and runs on Android 2.2  OS.

This tablet is also powered by an 800MHz processor but has more powerful  512MB of RAM. Internal memory  is twice than Era tablet 4GB . There is WI-FI  and external Modem connectivity option same like Era tablet.

Thing has more powerful battery back up than older Era it has 2800 mAh battery which gives 3 hours running time as company claimed.

Wishtel IRA ICON Tablet Video demo

Wishtel also planning to launch IRA ICON tablet which runs on latest Google Android 2.3 os. Ira Icon Tablet  is powered by 1.2 Ghz cortex A8 processor. Tablet has 7″ Display With Capacitive Touch. It also features Gravity Sensor and 4000 mah battery capacity which delivers 6 Hours battery back up. This tablet features built-in 3G sim slot and Wi-fi connectivity to access internet.

Wishtel IRA ICON Tablets Specifications :



One can buy this ira Tablet online from official website of Wishtel, however only ira Thing model is available to purchase online at Rs. 5,500+Taxes+Shipping Charges.

Aakash 2 is launching, Future of Aakash 2 is

As the world’s cheapest tablet gets ready to become completely indigenous, speculation over the practicality of its production is gaining new grounds.


The HRD ministry recently announced that Datawind- the company that has been responsible for producing Aakash, will no longer be associated with the project. Spats between Datawind and IIT Rajasthan over specifications of the tablet became a matter of public interest when Datawind accused IIT Rajasthan of asking it to comply with constantly changing specifications. Datawind, on the other hand has been held responsible for not being able to produce the tablets at a rate sufficient to meet the government’s requirements.

Issues also arose over the quality of tablets, with the testers (mostly IIT students) complaining that it was too slow, had a weak battery and insufficiently sensitive resistive screen.

Datawind also drew the HRD ministry’s ire over its decision to offer the tablet in the open market before providing it to the government. Datawind’s commercial version of Aakash –UbiSlate 7 was released in December last year and became an instant hit with the public.
The Centre for Development of Advanced Computing(C-DAC) and the Industrial Training Institutes(ITIs) have now been roped in for the Aakash project along with the IITs. The tenders for production of the next version of Aakash will soon be floated; HCL has already expressed its interest in bidding for the project.

The cost of the new tablet is expected to remain the same (around $ 49), even as its quality is expected to improve significantly. The price is expected to fall even further as the demand for the tablet increases and the government moves closer to its target of providing a tablet to every child of the country.

The new tablets are also expected to carry the “Made In India” tag as the project becomes completely indigenous. To this front, three new IITs have now been involved.

Aakash 2 is expected to be out by April this year. Whether that deadline is met amidst all the controversy, is another matter entirely.

Samsung Galaxy Note vs LG Optimus Vu

It’s time for a phablet showdown: Samsung Galaxy Note vs LG Optimus VuSpecs Comparison.

Gone are the days when phone manufacturers compete to produce super small mobile phones that can be inserted even to your smallest jean pockets. Today, as new flagship phones are introduced in the market by big phone manufacturers like Apple, Samsung, Sony, LG, etc., you will definitely notice a significant difference in terms of size (bigger) but very powerful and faster mobile phones. This year, 2012, a new type of phone started to gain popularity among mobile consumers. A hyrid of a mobile phone and a table computer called Phablets.

Phablets boast themselves with (1) superb computing performance which is at par with our modern day computers, (2) enhanced mobile phone capabilities and (3) a wide range of available applications for productivity and entertainment. Currently there are two (2) popular phablets starting up their tracks towards consumer popularity. They are the Samsung Galaxy Note, which was first introduced late last year and already available in stores, and the LG Optimus Vu, which was unveiled just a few days ago and is scheduled to be available in stores soon.

Here’s a specs comparison of Samsung Galaxy Note vs LG Optimus Vu :


3 Best Free Alternatives to VMWare

VMWare is a popular commercial virtualization software. This is one of the most popular virtualization software used in industry. However, VMWare is quite pricey, and if you are a small company, you might want to start with a free virtualization software. Thankfully, there are many good free virtualization software available.Here are free alternatives to VMWare that provide some of the similar features.

1. VirtualBox

VirtualBox is the best free alternative to VMWare. VirtualBox is a full featured free and open source virtualization software. VirtualBox comes from SUN (now Oracle), so you can expect industry standard commercial features, but still free.  VirtualBox supports almost all popular operating systems, including, Windows, Linux, Macintosh and OpenSolaris.


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Works With: Windows, Linux, Mac OS X

2. Xen Hypervisor

Xen Hypervisor is another good free alternative to VMWare. Xen Hypervisor is another free and open source virtualization software. Unlike VirtualBox, Xen Hypervisor can be installed only on a Linux system, but supports all type of guest OS, like, Windows, Solaris, and BSD OS. Xen Hypervisor was collaboratively developed by a team that also comprised of 50 of data center solution vendors. So, it has features that directly benefit large scale virtualization.

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QEMU is a good replacement for VMWare. QEMU is more of a machine emulator than virtualization software. It does supports virtualization too, but need either Xen Hypervisor or KVM Kernel module in Linux. As a machine emulator, it lets you run programs made in one OS to run in another OS. When used for virtualization, it executes guest code directly on host CPU, and thus gives near to native performance.

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VM Ware Player is a Virtual software

A virtual machine is a computer defined in software. It's like running a PC on your PC.

VMware Player is the easiest way to run multiple operating systems at the same time on your PC. With its user-friendly interface, VMware Player makes it effortless for anyone to try out Windows 8 developer release, Windows 7, Chrome OS or the latest Linux releases, or create isolated virtual machines to safely test new software and surf the Web. VMware Player can also be used to run a virtual copy of an old PC so that you can recycle the old machines you have under your desk or stored in the closet.

This free desktop virtualization software application makes it easy to operate any virtual machine created by VMware Workstation, VMware Fusion, VMware Server or VMware ESX, as well as Microsoft Virtual Server virtual machines or Microsoft Virtual PC virtual machines.

  • Run multiple operating systems simultaneously on a single PC
  • Experience the benefits of preconfigured products without any installation or configuration hassles
  • Share data between host computer and virtual machine
  • Run 32- and 64-bit virtual machines
  • Leverage 2-way Virtual SMP
  • Use 3rd-party virtual machines and images
  • Share data between host computer and virtual machine
  • Broad host and guest operating system support
  • Support for USB 2.0 devices
  • Get appliance info at start-up
  • Gain easy access to virtual machines via intuitive home page interface
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Technical Specifications:

Title: VMware Player 4.0.2

Filename: VMware-player-4.0.2-591240.exe

File size: 116.40MB (122,054,136 bytes)

Requirements: Windows 2000 / XP / 2003 / Vista / Windows7 / XP64 / Vista64 / Windows7 64

Languages: en-US

License: Freeware

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My seven favorite Windows 7 utilities

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I'm picky about the utilities I use in Windows. I don't like clutter, and I especially don't like anything that slows down the experience of using Windows.

Recently, while assembling a group of new PCs for testing, I had an opportunity to give thumbs up or thumbs down to some programs I've used for years.

This collection of seven utilities represents the utility software I install whenever I set up a new PC.

Some of these tools are specialized and reflect both the kind of work I do and the wat I work. But handfuls are universally useful. Everyone needs a password manager, and a clipboard extender? Well, let's just say you won't realize how much you need one until you try it.


Price: Free


The top half of the screenshot above is a view from the Windows 7 Control Panel showing me the names and other details of 13 programs I installed today. The bottom half shows Ninite doing all the work for me. I wasn't pestered with annoying dialog boxes. No toolbars or unnecessary add-ins was slipped into the installation. I selected some boxes on a web page, clicked the Get Installer button, and ran that one executable file to install all 13 programs.

2. Ninite Updater


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Ninite Updater is a separate program that you can run on any Windows PC, regardless of whether you used the Ninite installer or not.

It's a super-lightweight standalone utility that runs in the background and alerts you when updates are available for any of the programs it monitors. That includes widely used programs that are common targets of malware authors, like Flash, Adobe Reader, and Java.

3. 7-Zip


Price: Free

7-Zip will never win any design awards. In fact, it looks like a throwback to an earlier era, when flat icons roamed the earth.

But this open-source utility does its one job very well—helping you pack and unpack compressed files in just about any format, including ZIP and GZIP, TAR and ARJ, CAB, and DMG files. It also opens standard ISO disk images, Windows virtual hard drive files (VHD) and Windows Imaging Format (WIM) files used for OEM Windows installations.

4. ClipMate


Price: $35 to use on two PCs; $80 for a 5-PC family pack

This is one of those amazingly powerful little tools that I find myself using dozens of times a day. Back in 2008, I called it one of "my 10 favorite Windows programs of all time." Nothing has changed from this description I wrote nearly four years ago:

ClipMate was last updated in 2009, but it's been solid and stable for me on many Windows 7 PCs, as it was on earlier Windows versions. It's one of the first programs I install when I set up a new PC. Don't let the price tag scare you off—it will pay for itself the first time you realize that a piece of work you thought had vanished into thin air is still there on the Clipboard.

5. Synergy


Price: Free

This open-source project might be the geekiest tool on my list, but it’s one I use every day.

I have a PC and a Mac side by side on my desk, each with its own dedicated display. Switching between physical keyboards and mice is annoying. With this utility, I don’t need to think about which keyboard or mouse I’m using—I just move the mouse pointer to the edge of the screen and keep going. It effortlessly moves from the PC display to the Mac and back again. The keyboard follows its focus.


6. Snagit


Price: $50

I have no idea how long I’ve been using Snagit. A long time, certainly more than a decade, probably more than 15 years. Version 1.0 debuted in May 1990—if SnagIt were a human, I could order it a round of drinks as a thank you.

In my daily work, I capture a lot of screenshots. SnagIt offers an exceptional number of ways to customize those screenshots so they help me tell a story. They’re essential in a how-to article, but screen grabs can help tell a news story as well—the screenshots I’ve taken of malware in action on PCs and Macs have been valuable evidence.



Price: Free limited version (10 logins), $10/year for RoboForm Everywhere, $30 for RoboForm Desktop

RoboForm does everything you would expect from a password manager. You can generate unique, random, impossible-to-guess passwords for web logins, save those username/password combinations in an encrypted file, and have RoboForm fill in the information for you when you return to the website.

You can take your choice of two licensing options:

  • RoboForm Everywhere can be installed on as many devices as you own. Your passwords are stored in an encrypted local file and synced to an encrypted file on RoboForm’s servers. Any changes you make on one device are synchronized automatically to other devices. The first year’s subscription is $10; renewals are $20 a year.
  • Roboform Desktop can be installed on one PC and saves passwords locally (you can sync changes with other PCs).

The Ways To Make Money Online

My mind is always full of questions, sometimes stupid, some times silly and some times really good questions. One question I always had in mind was – which is the most difficult ways to make money online? I don’t think any way to make money online is difficult. With time even the most difficult ways to make money online become easy.

I thought of asking the above question to few of my friends and they told me a few ways they use to earn money online, but find it very difficult! Here are these few ways:


1. Affiliate Marketing

This is so far the most difficult way to earn money online many of my friends said. This is because it not only requires you to get traffic, but also you need to convert that traffic into dollars. With Adsense you just have to write, drive visitors and let the visitors go after clicking on your advertisements, but with affiliate marketing, you have to convince the visitors to actually buy the product you are promoting. Thus getting visitors isn’t enough. Another reason why many of my friends didn’t like affiliate marketing is because it requires you to do a lot more things than other ways. Also it involves more investment.

2. Guest Blogging!

When a few of my friends considered guest blogging as a difficult way to make money online, I was like, Damn! If guest blogging is difficult, what’s more easy? I don’t think guest blogging is difficult at all! Its easy way to make money online at least if compared to other ways like affiliate marketing and over all SEO. The only difficulty period in a guest bloggers life is when his writing is bad, he is lazy or if he finds it difficult to get a client. Other than that guest blogging is really easy in my opinion.

3. Adsense?!!!

Another batch of people I asked this question considered Adsense as the most difficult way to make money online. Not because they couldn’t get traffic or some thing like that, but because they couldn’t protect their account from click bombers and prevent an account ban! If you are an Adsense publisher, you might have witnessed several stories of people whose accounts were banned. Though more than 50% of them deserved bans, but the rest 50% may be innocent who fell prey to click bombing by their competitors or simply some evil minded people!

4. Survey and paid to click sites

Earning from surveys and PTC sites is the most difficult way to make money online, I agree! They simply don’t work the way we want them to or we expect them to! For example, you fill 10 surveys fox XYZ survey site and after a few weeks during payout, you come to know that the site was scam! How was that? No one can predict the future of surveying. For example, you can check out the latest survey scam, Speak Asia. Also they pay very very less! Survey sites may prove to be a good earner, but PTC sites pay less than a cent per click! So in order to earn one dollar, you may even have to wait for a week or more! Further they have a set of rules which don’t allow you to click more than a certain number of times!

So, which of the above ways to make money online do you find difficult? Do let us know! J