Samsung Galaxy J7 Nxt launched for INR 11490

After launching Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro and J7 Max, the Korean giant has churned out Galaxy J7 Nxt in India for 11,490 rupees. Made available in black and gold colors, this budget phone features a 5.5 inch HD display with Super AMOLED panel for punchy and saturated colors. The android phone is powered by 1.6GHz octa core processor that is backed by 2GB of memory. There is 16GB RAM of flash storage expandable via micro SD card. On its back, there is a 3000mAh removable battery and a 13MP rear camera. On the front, there is 5MP camera that is accompanied by LED flash.

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Gemalto eSIM solution lets Lenovo users stay connected

Gemalto which is leader in digital security has partnered with Lenovo to keep customers always connected on the move. By using Gemalto as SIM provisioning provider, the customers using Lenovo’s Connect service will be able to enjoy on-demand connectivity and embedded SIM solution so there would be no need to buy separate SIM or visit store to activate data subscription.

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Honor Band 3 launched in India: cheap health tracker for 2799 rupees

Honor Band 3 is an intelligent tracking device with heart rate monitoring, sleep, walking and running tracking features. Available in orange, blue and black colors, Honor Band 3 will go on sale for 2799 rupees. The black colored device will be launched first and other two colors of Honor Band 3 will be launched during week of Raksha Bandhan and independence day.

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iEnergizer, COO – Sh. Adarsh Kumar

Mr. Adarsh Kumar has been the most versatile Chartered Accountant par excellence who has held the distinguished designation of Associate Member at Institute of Chartered Accountants in India. Prior to this, he was with Xpro India, (A division of Cimmco Birla Limited) where he headed the Finance Department and strengthened the core areas of costing, banking, MIS and also re-scheduled the financial structuring process for the organization, the explicit system which is being adhered to, till today.

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AMD to rename Radeon RX 460 to Radeon RX 560D

Despite being one of the most popular graphics in the mid-range, looks like AMD manufactured way too many Radeon RX 460 units. So they currently have a lot of stock in their inventory. In an attempt to get them out , the company will be performing a rebranding of them to include them in the RX 500 series, and will now sell them under the name Radeon RX 560D. Apparently, this will be 100% rebranding and there will be not single difference between RX460 and RX560D. There will no improvement in terms of the architecture (GPU revision) or an increase of the operating speeds: it will simply be a name change. The reason as said earlier is excess inventory which is now putting extra burden on AMD.

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AMD 1950X benchmarks leaked on GeekBench

AMD 1950X benchmarks

With the AMD Threadripper family just weeks away, some fortunate users seem to already have some engineering samples from early processors, and of course they are not hesitant to make use of them. So, in the online databases of GeekBench and SiSoft Sandra , you can now find performance results on these flagship processor benchmarks of this AMD family, the Threadripper 1950X. Already weeks ago we have been able to see some performance improvement that this new family of AMD high-end processors is going to bring, but this is what we are going to talk about now is more recent and, To give us an overview of the optimizations that AMD is doing on new processors.

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Toughpower iRGB PLUS 1250W launched for crypto miners and power users

Thermaltake has just introduced its new Toughpower iRGB PLUS 1250W power supply that is meant for power users and crypto miners that require powerful PSU to power a number of graphics cards. A PSU destined to feed the most powerful equipment of the market. And of course, you will not see mid-range or low-end configurations. In addition, this source will have a fan that will incorporate RGB LED lighting. That will give it a special character when it works. With high quality components, this fully modular source is equipped with the Ring 14 RGB fan. Ultra quiet and patented to display up to 16.8 million colors and 12 controllable individual LEDs. With seven lighting modes Full Illumination, Flow, RGB Spectrum, Ripple, Pulse and Wave. Each lighting mode has three color modes RGB, single mode and off and four light speed options – slow, normal, fast and so fast.

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Intel Pentium G4560 is better than i3 7100: Intel stops manufacturing of Pentium G4560 for being too good

What is the worst thing that can happen to a processor manufacturer? That a cheaper model yields better or equal than a more expensive one. And more problematic is if that model is also made by you. Something like this is what is happening with the Pentium G4560 and the Core i3 7100 . And that’s why Intel will stop manufacturing it. With the new Intel Pentium G processors, the designers of this manufacturer decided to make a truly competitive architecture in the low range. And, since many games were not able to run if they did not see fourth logical threads, they enabled Hyperthreading. They also decided to increase the L3 cache from 2 to 3 MB. Pair that to a clock speed of 3.5 GHz and we have a good processor for gaming. In essence, we have a Core i3 7100 but for half price. Since the Pentium costs 60 dollars and the Core i3 100 dollars, the only apparent advantage the Core i3 has over the Pentium is 400 MHz extra clock speed. Yes, yes, I know that it has more advantages but, for practical purposes, those 400 MHz are the ones that really differentiate them.

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Dell U3818DW 4K resolution computer monitor released

Dell recently introduced a new member in its Ultrasharp family of high-end monitors, the U3818DW . This monitor is quite unusual, because of a curved screen 37.5 inches and ultra- format 21: 9 we would expect a resolution of 3440 x 1440, and yet this model has the atypical resolution of 3840 x 1600 pixels. The Dell U3818DW mounts a 37.5-inch AH-IPS panel that has a 2300R curvature, with an aspect ratio that is not actually 21: 9 but 24:10 given its 3840 x 1600 pixel resolution. The panel has a refresh rate of 60 Hz with a response time of 8 ms GtG although it has “Fast” mode which in theory drops to 5 ms this value, providing a static contrast ratio of 1000 to 1 and angles 178 degree vision on both axes.

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