Zync Launches Range Of Dual SIM Mobile Phones Starting Rs. 1399

When every mobile brand is busy launching budget tablets and phablets, Zync has decided to foray into a very important segment as far as Indian mobile market is concerned. The cheap dual-sim market is where the Zync Global Private Limited has now its eyes set on. After launching their budget phablets and tablets and their success, Zync looks to repeat the success in this volume segment.

“This is the first time we have entered the mobile phone category. With the mobile segment growing by leaps and bounds and recording sales of around 200 million units in 2012, we felt this was the right time to expand our horizon and enter a new territory. With the launch of these six new cell phones, we aim to bring a powerful and dependable device with great features at a very affordable price point,” this is what Amul Mittal, the co-founder of Zync global had to say at the launch.

Zync Dual SIM Mobile Phone India

Indian Indigenous Operating System For High Cyber Security

Finally, the Indian Government has woken up from the slumber of relying on other operating systems and being exploited by them and has decided to build its own operating system which we believe is quite the news. Firstly, we were quite startled at this bit of information but later on when the official words came in, the shock turned into a believable fact and in turn it became a matter worthy of an applause.

The Indian Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO) is developing an “Indian Operating System”, that is what we’ve heard and this is being done to strengthen the cyber-security aspect. The Direct General of DRDO , VK Saraswat has stated that India is too much dependent on foreign nation softwares such as the Windows platform which can be easily exploited. He disclosed this at the Navigation and Communication (NAVCOM) conference.

India Operating System By DRDO

Simmtronics Xpad X720– 7 Inch Android Tablet Launched At Rs. 4600

Micromax, Karbonn and all other Indian mobile manufacturers have been launching a wide range of Android based products for quite some time and those have even developed a certain liking in the minds of the people. The Micromax tablets for instance, are the second highest sold tablets in India after Samsung and Micromax seems to be catching up to that number 1 spot quite fast. But there’s another lesser known Indian mobile manufacturer that is slowly, yet steadily catching up to the Indian giants.

Simmtronics, an India based electronics and tablet manufacturing has just launched their first tablet device in the country, the XPAD X-720. As is the industry norm these days, it ships with Android 4.0 ICS and has a 7.0 inch capacitive display and the price is something which makes the device worth considering. Its launched at a very low price point of just Rs.4,600 and at this price point, it does not really have a competitor but the commercial version of the Aakash tablet being the sole competition.

Simmtronics launches 7 inch tablet in India

HP 10 Inch Windows 8 Tablet Coming In January 2013

Hewlett Packard seems to be quite aggressive off late when it comes to the Indian market where it continues to have a strong hold and faces cut throat competition from the likes of Dell and Lenovo. Now the Indians have started favoring ultrabooks and tablets over conventional laptops and in-sync with their recently launched ultrabook , a hybrid tablet and an AIO computer, HP looks to foray into the slowly heating up tablet market and has just announced about their next product.

Rajiv Srivastava, president of printing and personal systems, HP India, stated to a website , “HP will be launching a 10 inch Windows 8 based tablet in January next year.” Windows 8 is the next big thing in the computing world and there is not a single company which is not releasing products to capitalize on the huge opportunities the OS brings. The new tablet has been named ElitePad 900 and according to a commercial release by the company had been readied up in July this year.

HP Tablet

HP launches Envy X2 Windows 8 hybrid, Envy Touchsmart Ultrabook 4, Envy 23 AIO

HP Launches Envy X2 Windows 8 Hybrid, Envy Touchsmart Ultrabook 4, Envy 23 AIO

HP has launched three new Windows 8 devices in the Indian market and these are going to be the first devices in their Windows 8 portfolio and shall be instrumental in giving them a momentum to gain a market share in the premium segment where Dell and Lenovo dominate. HP was one of the first computing giants to capitalize on the Indian market but has lost its market share considerably over the years. Here we have a quick run through of their three new products.