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PROS : Good Range, ADSL Modem + WiFi Router, Optimum price for a 300N Modem + Router, Stylish Looks, Security Options
CONS : USB Speed 2.5 MB/s max
Searching for a ADSL + WiFi router to get rid of the basic ISP provided modem & wires at my home and also to enable multiple access to my MTNL Broadband Connection so after searching zeroth down to this one.
A bit tricky to setup at one go as the configurations are a bit more segregated(on diff pages) as compared to other routers but if you have configured Routers before it would not be a problem.
Strange that you will get only the advanced Setting while setting it up through Default IP. For wizard you have to connect the CD.
Main concern for a WiFi router is the range and it didn't disappoint me in this aspect. Easily crosses 2/3 walls to covers my 1000sq ft house even when its currently placed at one end of the house. Easily able to to stream video to my Xperia PLAY even at the end of farthest room.
Have all the basic features like IP filtering, MAC address Binding, Firewall, WEP & WPA security also it includes options to setup guest networks, save profile settings for later use, different access privileges to admin, support and end user. have to explore more on this :)
A nice feature but the Data Rate(UP/Down) is restricted to 2.5 MB/s. It will not be much of a problem while accessing the data directly(Movies etc.) but copying takes a lot of time.
A nice purchase for this price. Does perfectly what its intended to do.
Really a disastrous product from a big name like Godrej.
Guys please don't buy this product. It leaked onto the front dashboard panel of my new Honda City removing all chrome polish from it and leaving a dark black vertical line. :(:(
Cost of new panel is Rs 4000 :(
Its an alcohol based liquid which expands @ high temperatures. So if your car is parked in sunlight it will rise up through the wick and come out and the alcohol will do it work...!!!
I could have post the pics if possible.
Wanted an FM radio for my Mom's kitchen and a pillow side speaker for me, went for the cheaper single speaker options from a Chinese company and it was unusable after 3 months.
Went for a better company this time and its worth writing a review for.
-Battery Life (6-7 Hours)
-Portable (= Size of a 250 ml shampoo bottle)
-FM Reception (in Delhi - Runs without any external antennae)
-Loud (Gives a decent sound @ half the max vol.)
-Digital Tuning (Big Big advantage over sony and philips analog tuning models available in this range)
-FM Channel Storage
-No flashy colorful lights
-Avg sound quality (Not a match for Sonys/JBLs portables but then it costs half as compared them and has FM also)
-Wall USB charger unit in the pack (Its a boon)
-No audio out (So can't be connected to the bigger speakers)
-Buttons layout is cluttered (Hard to identify between buttons when the lights are off)
-Shiny grey text over the buttons is hard to read as the body color is white
-Power button feels fragile
Nice overall product from iBall. Very satisfied with the product. Buy it if you need a portable FM radio + USB player. If FM is not you primary concern then the options are plenty.
Would have given 5 stars if the Audio Out is available.
Pros : compact, precise, no flashy lights
Cons: very small cord(hardly 1 mtr) so can't use with desktops until cabin-ate is on the table or u have a USB extender
Not as small as a tiny retractable ones that are hard to hold neither as big as a full size desktop mouse. Fits nicely if you claw it. Not very suitable for palming.
Rest everything is cool about it. you will not be disappointed.
My suggestion is to go for his bigger brother(Microsoft Optical Mouse 100) available at FLIPKART only as it has a longer cord, better grip and almost same weight and precision.
Pros : Picture quality, price, format support, DLNA, Cinematic Experience
Cons : Low back light, bulky
Bought this panel a week ago from a store in Delhi for 32K. This visual beauty is a real value for Money. Its about 20K cheaper than a 42 inch led. Plasmas were never my choice, I was looking for the LED TV but when checked it out on the net I found it a better & cost effective solution over LCD or LED.
Build : Quite a heavy body when compared to LCD or LED(of course because of the technology it uses). Build is solid with decent enough bezel area to hold and carry it across the rooms.
Installation : I installed it myself on a pedestal using the guide and some help from youtube. It was a breeze, only thing is you need at least 2 persons to handle this screen because of its size and weight. Wall mount option is also available.
Picture : colors are natural(no plasticy feel like samsung/LG has), picture is sharp enough, much less pix-elation when viewing a small size content as compared to a LCD/LED, no change in picture quality when viewed at different angles, customizable picture modes (Normal, Cinema, True Cinema, Dynamic). All these modes are individually customizable(color, brightness, sharpness) and retain their settings even on restart. It will give you a cinematic experience once the lights are switched off.
Only weak point I noticed is the back light is less when compared to LED which makes this TV a bit difficult to view in direct sunlight. Avoid placing it under direct sunlight. I am using it under a tube light and there is no loss of details.
Sound : Its loud enough for in house use. Volume correction option is also there to boost it if you feel that even 100% is not enough. I never used this though. Even the low volume avi files played loud enough without any volume correction. 8 channel equalizer gives to abundant options to play with sound in user mode.
Format Support : Cant get better format support in such price range. Plays 95% of my movie collection which comprises of avi, mp4, mkv, mov. Not sure if it can play mpeg though. In some of the mp4 files audio was not supported. For avi and mkv no problem as such.
Connnectivity : SD card slot is there to watch your pics directly out of the camera. 3 HDMI slot to connect devices simultaneously. 2 USB slots, both of them on the side for easy operation.
DLNA : This is where it stands out to a similar priced Samsung Plasma. Samsung does not have DLNA support. I connected this to my router using LAN cable. Smoothly stream content from my XPERIA and Laptop. Windows media server will not be detected, you have to use the third party S/W like Serviio Media Server. Have not tested the wireless connectivity as it supports only the specialized Netgear wireless adapter. DLNA experience was overwhelming.
Misc : Facebook, Shoutcast, Vierra Link can be used for centralized control of the connected devices.
Conclusion : A great all rounder. Best features in this price range.
I bought this phone 3 months ago and here is my take on it. I choose this over Nexus 4 because of the expandable memory hence it can be connected to my car audio using Mass Storage Mode which was missing in Nexus 4.
-- Slim form factor
Beautiful looking phone with glass back.
-- Bright 5'' display with customization White Balance settings
Its just a treat to watch. Color temperature(Warm/Cool) can be set accordingly to match you usage with both Hue and Saturation adjustments.
-- Awesome Audio Quality
Audio quality through the supplied earphones is amazing. Sony's Walkman app along with the supplied in ears gives smooth experience.
-- Expandable Memory
Extra storage for your multimedia stuff. Supports Mass Storage mode and can be easily connected to car audio system using USB connection.
-- Water Proof..!!
Can resist accidental splashes because of the uni body design and all openings are covered but definitely not waterproof.
-- Awesome Specs
Hardware specifications are just awesome, plays anything thrown to it without any lag. Can smoothly switch between running apps giving a delightful android experience.
Games played so far : Asphalt 7, 8, Subway Surfer etc. 12 GB of internal memory gives ample space for all your apps.
-- Sony's inbuilt Apps
Only Album, Walkman and Sony Music is good rest all is just bloatware and takes up few hundreds MB of you storage.
-- Stamina Mode
This is the feature from Sony to save battery life. It turns off all the data communication when the screen is off and resumes when the screen is on again thereby increasing the battery life. Apps which should fall under this settings are configurable.
-- Battery Life
Its not exactly a + but mentioning it here as the battery life has significantly improved after the 4.3 update. Its increased by almost 25-30%. Battery currently lasts for 12-15 hours on a single charge with Normal usage. Bit disappointing but too much to ask from a 2300 mah unit on a 1080p display.
-- Rest all are the common Android features available across all brands.
-- Call Quality
Its a total miss from Sony in such a High End Phone. Earpiece is pathetic and not at all audible in loud environments. Audio through it is shrill and unclear. Once I had to take a call beside the busy highway and not only the earpiece but the loudspeaker also gave away. It was Horrible..!! Buy this phone only if you work and spend most of the time in calm environments. Because of the poor loudspeaker even the ringtones are not audibles, so be prepared to miss some calls when the phone is on charge in other room.
Its usable only in daylight till the ISO is 100. Lot of noise creeps in as the ISO increases.
HDR Mode comes handy in low light situations but still the quality is not at all par with the standards. Lumias take better pictures that this.
-- Fragile screen
Read a lot about this so bought a bumper case to protect the phone.
-- Stupid lids
Charging and Audio ports are covered with lids to make it waterproof but its a pain remove them every time you have to charge/listen to music.
Overall a good phone for Sony lovers. Rough user should stay away.
I am using it with Sony XPERIA Z. Sound is clear but treble is way too much. I have to pull the treble to the lowest in my phone to make it sound better.
Mic is good. Catches even the slightest of "hmm.."
Not for bass hungry people but overall a good purchase.
Works perfectly with Canon 550/600D cameras with almost all light weight lenses.
Not suitable for 5D and other heavy units. Even with the lightest lens like 50mm 1.4 mounted with 5D this is of no use.
-Awesomely easy adjustment makes it the best suitable for use in Weddings as you don't have to waste time in unscrewing each section.
-Easily supports 5D Mark III with lenses like (16-35, 70-300, 85 1.8 etc). Not tried with heavy weights like 70-200, hope it will work with that too.
-Very easy to pan because of the ball like base.
-Extends to more that 6ft to give you a very flexible operational height.
-Panning is not that smooth