Mi Sports Bluetooth Headset is official for $22

Xiaomi announces its first ever Sports Bluetooth Headset alongside Redmi 4 and Redmi 4A at an event in China. The Mi Sports Bluetooth Headset (YDLYEJ01LM) is designed for sports enthusiasts but still, it has been priced competitively at CNY 149 that translates to ~USD 22. For this price, Mi Sports Bluetooth Headset has a lot to offer.

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Top 5 Earbuds for your smartphones

The earphones for smartphones are in many ways similar to any other category of earphones, with two categories of differences. The first category would be that they are specialized for smartphones and are useless for many cell phone models, and the second category would be the amazing abilities that separate them from the usual earphones.

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OnePlus opens online store in India right in time for Diwali, selling Accessories for now

OnePlus has been selling its products in India since last three years. It debuted in the country with its OnePlus One, but it never sold devices directly to the customers. Instead, it had to partner with online retailers. However, this has changed with the OnePlus’s introduction of an online store for Indian consumers.

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Xiaomi 10000mAh Mi Power Bank Pro with Type-C fast charging launched in India

Xiaomi is known for its best in class Mi Power Banks. Today, the company has come up with a new pro version of power bank called 10000mAh Mi Power Bank Pro. It comes with high-density batteries that will supply power through USB Type-C cable.

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Chromecast Ultra with 4K streaming and HDR support announced for $69

The increased demand for 4K videos forced Google to unveil a brand new Chrome Cast Ultra. It is the successor for the second generation Chrome Cast, but it moves away from the ‘Chrome’ branding. All you see is single “G” (G for Google). Chrome Cast Ultra brings support for 4K video streaming for rapidly increasing 4K screens.

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Google announced Daydream View VR headset for $79, Pixel and Pixel XL are first to support it

Google just announced Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones at a San Francisco event. Both are elegantly designed smartphones to showcase the power of Google services. Both smartphones don’t fall short from the current generation flagship devices. The Snapdragon 821 powered devices are first smartphones designed and built by Google, which claimed by Sundar Pichai, Google CEO during the unveiling of Pixel.

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