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Your heart loves gaming; Your hands speak gaming, but your current phone doesn’t like this relationship, he hates it and sometimes gets hot and angry over it as well. But now there’s a new god in the market of smartphones, his vibes not only speak gaming but also, he exists for gaming only, just like you. The most powerful phone currently in the market Asus ROG Phone 2. This phone is not just a phone, but it is a perfect companion of a gamer.

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After so much of wait, Apple finally announced its new range of iPhones which are not just new phones but are a true representation of high-end technology fused with elegance.Totally redesigned chip running inside, perfect attention to details and spectacular camera, are just a few of the key features. The new iPhone is truly a masterpiece and we are confused that where to start telling about it.

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source-: YouTube

Know All About The Latest JioFiber; plans, benefits, price, and features JioFiber was commercially announced last year as Jio GigaFiber by Reliance Industries Limited (RIL). It is a Fiber-to-the-home (FTTP) service which has the potential to alter the broadband services in India, it received a list of updates at the 42nd Annual General Meeting (AGM) and was commercially launched yesterday to the public.

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The Most Awaited Tech Gadgets

source-: android central
source-: android central

Always losing things? Verizon now has a Smart Locator that can help. It is a flat, egg-shaped device reminiscent of an AirPods case you attach to frequently misplaced items via a clip mount or keyring attachment.The company pegs the grey locator’s battery life at five days or 120 hours, but that number depends on how often you ping it. If you’re running out of power, a sleep mode can help.

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Beat Heat With The Wearable Air Conditioner
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The Reon Pocket can reduce the temperature by up to 13 degree Celsius and make it warmer by 8.3 degree Celsius. Sony has recently launched a mini air conditioner that’s smaller than an average smartphone and you can wear it on the go. It’s called ‘Reon Pocket‘.

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BOOKSHELF SPEAKER
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Swedish home furnishing giant Ikea has teamed up with Sonos to create two new multi-room wireless models, each of which also functions as furniture. One of the two, the $99 Symfonisk WiFi Bookshelf Speaker can be used as a wall shelf.As a part of the Sony Startup Acceleration Programme (SSAP), it’s a crowd-funded project that has reached close to 50 percent of its funding requirement so far.

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This mini PC is designed to keep up with your multitasking demands. The byte3 is powered by a 64-bit quad-core internal Apollo lake processor that makes it light yet powerful. It’s HDML or VGA port lets you connect to a TV or monitor.Byte3 supports 4K display at 60 fps with which you can stream online videos or use Microsoft office for your business or leisure time tasks.

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HTC’S 5G hub for the sprint (600$) is a mobile hotspot from the future. It’s a home or office modem for people who intend to use 5G network as the primary internet connection, through the company’s network and service plan are yet to be announced.

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Klipsch officially joins the wire-free earphone craze with the new T5 true wireless. At 199$ they are among the premium options in the cable-free realm and come with good battery life and cool Zippo-style charging case.

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Gaming Beasts

Nubia Red Magic 2

When we reviewed the nubia red magic gaming phone last year, we loved the unique performance and design. Nubia went to launch the red magic mars but never got in India. The company was now launched the red magic 3 their latest gaming phone that has an actual cooling fan inside- a first for a smartphone.

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Black Shark 2

It was in 2018 when we heard the name of black shark — gaming-focused smartphone backed by XIAOMI. It offered top-of-the-line specs at an unbelievable price and got rave reviews from the majority of the tech media.

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