We’re looking at a few tech launches this week. Fujifilm launched its latest instant camera; the Instax Mini 11 BTS Butter version in collaboration with the Pop group BTS. Users who wish to purchase a new pair of headphones can take a look at the pTron Bassbuds Tango. Philips launched its Motion Sensing T-Bulb in India.
pTron Bassbuds Tango
pTron launched its latest TWS headphones in India, the pTron TWS Bassbuds Tango. TWS headphones are said to contain a 32-bit DSP FPU processor and support AAC audio codec for Hi-Fi audio.
The Bassbuds Tango contains 13mm drivers which are supposed to be amplified by the bass. The headphones also feature smart touch control which will allow users to perform various functions such as choosing between music and dedicated movie mode, controlling music / calls, etc.
In addition, the headphones are IPX4 certified for better resistance to sweat and water. The device comes with a 400mAh charging case that is said to offer 20 hours of total playback time.
The pTron Bassbuds Tango TWS headphones are priced at Rs 1,299 and will be available through Amazon in two color variants – Active Black and Stone White.
Zebronics ZEB-Juke Bar 3820A Pro
Zebronics launched its ZEB-Juke Bar 3820A Pro soundbar in India. The device supports Alexa voice assistant and packs two far-field microphones to capture commands in noisy environments.
The soundbar offers 80 watts of peak power and is said to have two built-in subwoofer speakers. Connectivity options on the speaker include support for WiFi and Bluetooth. Users will also be able to connect the soundbar to TVs via HDMI (ARC).
The Zebronics ZEB-Juke Bar 3820A Pro is available at an introductory price of Rs 8,999. Interested customers will be able to purchase the sound bar through Amazon from today (December 10th).
Fujifilm Instax Mini 11 BTS butter version
Fujifilm has teamed up with popular Pop Boy group BTS to launch their latest instant camera; the Instax Mini 11 BTS Butter version. The design of the Instax Mini 11 BTS Butter version is said to have been inspired by BTS.
The camera comes with an automatic exposure feature that is supposed to detect the level of ambient light when the shutter button is pressed and optimize shutter speed and flash, depending on the conditions. The device also has a selfie mode feature.
The Fujifilm Instax Mini 11 BTS Butter instant camera is priced at Rs 9,999. Users will be able to get their hands on the BTS Butter Mini film version at Rs 699. The camera is expected to be available for purchase by mid -December via Amazon and http://www.Instax.in. Users will be able to pre-book the device from December 10 to 16.
Philips motion sensing T bulb
Signify launched its Philips Motion Sensing T-Bulb in India. The bulb is said to come with a built-in motion sensor, which allows it to automatically turn on when it detects movement within a 6-meter radius. The light has a power of 12 W and would offer a maximum brightness of 1,100 lumens.
The company claims the device has a feature that first dims the bulb to Eco mode after 2 minutes of inactivity and then turns off completely after an additional 3 minutes of inactivity.
The Philips Motion Sensing T-Bulb is priced at Rs 1,399 and will be available at all large and small retail stores and e-commerce platforms.
Daiwa UHD Smart TV
Daiwa launched its latest line of UHD smart TVs in India. UHD smart TVs are powered by webOS TV in India and support ThinQ AI voice assistance.
The company offers the TV in two size variants, including a 43-inch model and a 55-inch variant for Rs 34,999 and Rs 49,999 respectively. The company has confirmed that the device is now available in major retail stores in India.
Both smart TVs are said to be powered by the 1.1GHz quad-core ARM CA55 processor and come with 1.5GB of RAM and 8GB of internal storage.
The TV supports popular streaming platforms like Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, YouTube, Disney + Hotstar, Spotify, etc.
The 4K UHD Smart TV is said to offer 96% screen-to-body ratio and 20W speakers with Dolby Audio certification for a surround sound experience. The TV also supports MEMC (Motion Estimation and Motion Compensation) technology.