Drool of the Month – For Tech Lovers


Logitech Wireless Solar Keyboard K760  (Rs. 6,599)

*  Solar powered Bluetooth keyboard for Mac, iPad and iPhone and can be   switched among them without reconnecting
*  Can be charged in any light – low light or lamp light, indoors or outdoors
*  Once fully charged, will run for 3 months, even in darkness
*  Laid out as an Apple keyboard with Apple-specific Command and Eject keys

Final Verdict: Eco-friendly, versatile compatibility, sleek and stylish. What’s not to love?

Jabra Tour (Rs. 6,499)

*  Bluetooth powered in-car speaker which connects to your cell phone
*  Can stream multimedia – GPS, music and podcasts
*  Connects to Siri in the iPhone for voice-based operation of your phone
*  Remote call control for smartphones – say ‘answer’ or ‘ignore’ to take or reject an incoming call
*  Can connect to 2 Bluetooth devices simultaneously
*  3-watt speaker and HD microphone for noise cancellation
*  Auto on/off with built-in motion sensor

Final Verdict: A useful and safe way to use phones on the road, but the price is hefty

Phorce (Expected Price Rs. 18,000)

*  Smart bag that charges gadgets – upto 3 USB devices simultaneously
*  Bag’s integrated battery pack is charged in 4 hours with a compact wall charger whose range is 110-240V
*  Battery pack can charge Apple devices, smartphones, cameras, MP3 players, tablets, portable speakers, noise-cancelling headphones, etc
*  Bag can communicate with smartphone via Bluetooth – shows how much power bag has left, number of times it can still charge devices, and sends notifications like reminders to charge Phorce when battery is low
*  Phorce bag is 3-in-1 – messenger, backpack and a briefcase

Final Verdict: Finally a bag that keeps up with the times! Price is a deterrent, though

HTC Droid DNA (Expected Price Rs. 26,000 – Rs. 30,000)

*  5-inch long screen with 1080 x 1920 resolution, 441 ppi pixel density
*  9.7 mm thick body
*  Android 4.1.1 (Jellybean); HTC Sense 4+ user interface
*  Adreno 320 graphic processor
*  4G LTE connection capability
*  2 GB RAM
*  8 MP back camera and 2.1 MP front camera; rear camera can record HD videos and images simultaneously
*  16 GB in-built storage

Final Verdict: Eagerly awaited but its 4G LTE feature may be wasted in India

Gunnar Advanced Gaming Eyewear (Rs. 4,500 – Rs. 6,500)

*  Protects your eyes from strain and reduces eye fatigue during long gaming sessions
*  Improves the visual environment by enhancing detail and focus
*  Available with lenses from Carl Zeiss Vision
*  Available in prescription lenses
*  Comfortable and light frame
*  Headphone compatible design

Final Verdict: For gamers who are constantly staring at screens, this will be useful, but the price might throw a few people off

App of the Month


BSAFE (free)

Since the sweeping protests in India have called the nation’s attention to women’s safety, we cannot find a more apt time to feature this app and stress its importance. BSafe is a GPS based app that sends SOS messages to mobile numbers of relatives/friends you have previously chosen as your emergency contacts. At an emergency, just push the big red button and the app will send an instant SOS message with your location to the numbers you have chosen. There is also a fake call option that will call your phone so that you can get out of uncomfortable or unwanted situations.



*  Version: 2.5
*  Language: English

*  Android, iOS, Blackberry phones

Operating System
*  Android 2.0+, iOS 4.3+, Blackberry 4.6+



Volume 2 Issue 8


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