Posted On Friday, March 11, 2011
Not ready to compromise on picture quality, still or moving, try the latest camera from Sony...
There's nothing like a hot cup of tea on a frigid day to warm you up. TTK Prestige recently introduced the Indian 'Tea Maker'. Ideal and suitable for the Indian palate, the Prestige Tea Maker promises to brew a perfect cup of Desi Chai, hassle-free in a jiffy.
Designed elegantly with a stainless-steel body, the tea maker has been equipped with innovative facility for brewing unlike the traditional kettles. With this, one has to just boil the water and add tea leaves, milk and sugar to the boiling water and switch on the brew mode and a perfect cup of Indian style tea is ready.
The tea maker comes with a wide mouth and single touch lid locking system for convenience. Unlike regular kettles, the automatic cut off function enhances the power saving options. The 360 degree swivel base makes it much easier to handle.
The product, priced at Rs 2495, is available across the country.
For those who'd love to drive a car and care for the environment as well, General Motors India launched the LPG version of Chevrolet Beat compact car with the locally developed Smartech engine. It features a multi-point sequential injection that provides a smooth transition between petrol and LPG with no loss of power, jerking or backfire. Keeping in mind the safety aspects, the LPG kit parts are designed, installed and validated to meet the crash requirement in case of collision. The kit meets safety norms beyond statutory norms. A sensor-based button allows users to conveniently go from LPG to petrol and back. Speaking on the occasion, Kaarl Slym said, "India is a key market for General Motors and our Chevrolet brand. We are focused on leveraging our resources to create value for our local customers in all areas, including price, fuel efficiency, performance, safety, styling, reliability and other product attributes."
If you are not ready to compromise on picture quality - still or moving - try one of the latest cameras from Sony. It has launched a new line up of DSLR cameras, the 55 (SLT-A55V) and 33 (SLT-A33), adopting the Translucent Mirror Technology, which achieves the highest-level performance for both still image and movie recording. The technology offers full-time, TTL phase-detection auto focusing during live view and movie shooting, as well as high speed continuous shooting with continuous autofocus (AF). These features were previously available only on professional grade cameras. Integrating a fixed translucent mirror also results in a more compact body design that is significantly smaller than that of conventional DSLR.
These cameras are also the world's fastest continuous shooting at up to 10 frames per second with continuous AF on the 55, and up to 7 frames per second on the 33.
Translucent Mirror Technology also makes the 55 and 33 the world's first cameras to maintain continuous phase detect AF when recording Full HD AVCHD movies. The new 55 and 33 are designed with Sony's latest ExmorTM APS HD CMOS sensor, offering users high quality imaging of up to 16.2 megapixels on the 55 and 14.2 megapixels on the 33, as well as dramatic depth of field.
|Rate me....||Mail this article||Print this article|