So, I needed a good pair of over-the-ear headphones, ideally with a nice piece of microphone as well. Unfortunately, among the ones that fulfilled both the requirements, none impressed me enough. So, in the end I decided to not spend a lot on a pair of Audio Technicas, and ordered the Sennheiser HD 202 II which I got for around $25 after reading a ton of positive user as well as expert reviews. Should get it on Monday if things go as planned. A bit eager to try a new kinda sound. I mostly listen to punk rock, hard rock and a little bit of metal anyway. Didn’t need an audiophil’istic one to begin with, though I’m setting my expectations high indeed for the HD 202 II.
The much awaited flagship device of Motorola, the Moto X, is finally launching in India today at around 11AM, exclusively on Flipkart. The phone, which was launched initially in August of 2013 at a much higher price, is priced very competitively at Rs. 23,999 for the standard-back edition and Rs. 25,999 for the wooden-back variants. It’s also important to note that you’re gonna be getting the 16GB version of the Moto X, at least for now.
So, as you probably already know from the other post I posted earlier tonight, I finally got a Moto G to move over my old Motorola Fire XT. I wanted a power pack too for two reasons, #1 – I had never used one, #2 – Motorola didn’t provide an AC adapter, so I needed a solid power source apart from my laptop. So, here’s what I think about the power pack after using it for a few days.
People in India are sceptical about buying a laptop from a less-known (to them) brand like ‘Fujitsu’. But I had no doubt before buying a laptop built by the world’s third-largest IT company. Fujitsu Lifebook AH532 (with this specific configuration) retails for around Rs. 24,500 in India (~ $500). The specifications that this machine boasts set a standard in this price range.