Sennheiser’s HD8 DJ, HD6 Mix headphones have been developed in conjunction with some of the world’s top DJs.

Published: March 30, 2014 2:56:28 am

New flagship
Samsung Galaxy S5 is finally here. But the phone costs at least Rs 51,000 and could be as high as Rs 53,000. The other catch is the fact that the phone launched in India is not powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 and would not be a 4G phone. The version being launched in India is powered by an octa-core processor combo (quad 1.9 GHz + quad 1.3 GHz) which seems to be similar to the Exynos 5 processors on the latest Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and Note Pro 12.2-inch tablet. Samsung also launched the entire new Gear range along with the Galaxy S5. The Gear 2 is priced at Rs 21,900, while the Gear 2 Neo and Gear Fit are more affordable at Rs 15,900.

Start mixing

Designed for challenging professional environments, Sennheiser’s HD8 DJ, HD7 DJ and the HD6 Mix headphones have been developed in conjunction with some of the world’s top DJs. The elliptical shape of the ear cups avoids pinching the ears and is enhanced by interchangeable ear pads. For hassle-free one-ear monitoring, both DJ models feature swiveling ear cups with up to 210 degrees of movement and three different wearing positions. The HD8 DJ costs Rs 27,990, the HD7 DJ is priced at Rs 23,990 and the HD6 Mix is available for Rs 19,990.

For newbies
Canon has launched the EOS 1200D, aimed at first-time DSLR buyers and families. This entry-level DSLR combines Canon’s powerful DIGIC 4 imaging processor and an 18-MP APS-C CMOS sensor that promises sharp details and background blur. For casual users, the camera will have creative filters and a Nikon-like feature guide that can be previewed on the LCD. The EOS 1200D claims to have a highly-accurate 9-point Auto Focus (AF) system. The camera will be available at Rs 30,995 for the body only and at Rs 34,995 with an 18-55 mm IS II lens. It costs
Rs 39,995 for a combo of 18-55 IS II & 55-250 IS II.
Network storage
Western Digital launched My Cloud network storage drives in the country last week. Once the My Cloud drive is setup, customers can connect their computers and mobile devices with WD’s free desktop and mobile apps. The drive allows for direct file uploads from mobile devices too. My Cloud is available in 2 TB, 3 TB, and 4 TB storage capacities. Customers can also attach a compatible USB 3.0 hard drive directly to the USB expansion port on the My Cloud drive to expand storage capacity. The price is Rs 10,999 for 2 TB,
Rs 12,999 for 3 TB and Rs 14,999 for 4 TB.

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