Saturday, September 13, 2014

Why NetworkedBlogs May Not Be a Good Idea

You’ve set up a Facebook fan page, uploaded a profile image and filled in all the relevant informational fields. You’ve sent out requests to your friends and customers asking them to like your page. The next step is to add the NetworkedBlogs app so your new blog posts automatically publish to your wall, right?

Not necessarily.

While the NetworkedBlogs app adds a lot in the way of saving you time, it may be stealing from you in a different way – by keeping your page views for itself.
Networked Blogs

NetworkedBlogs turns the sharing of your latest blog post into an automated process.  Within minutes of a new post publishing on your website, NetworkedBlogs publishes the post title and link to your Facebook fan page wall along with sending out a tweet to Twitter.  NetworkedBlogs tweets are easily identified.  Notice how the URL looks as it is spells out N Blogs?
Anyone who clicks through a NetworkedBlogs link (either from a tweet or from a Facebook fan page) is in fact taken to your latest blog post, but upon closer look, you’ll notice a few key differences.
 1. A Networked Blogs URL
By clicking on the link shown above, you are taken to Eli | Rose Social Media.  But if you take a closer look at the URL shown you’ll see that it doesn’t read as, but instead as

2. An Alexa rating that reflects Networked Blogs and not your website
You would need to have the Alexa toolbar installed on your browser to see this traffic rating difference, but NetworkedBlogs has a rating of 824  (at the time of writing) to Eli | Rose Social Media’s rating of 265,289. When viewing this Eli | Rose post through the NetworkedBlogs link, the Alexa rating displayed was 824.
3. A light grey toolbar appears
A light grey toolbar appears at the top of the post.  It displays a shortened URL that begins with “feedproxy” and has an “X” button at the far right.  If you click the “X,” the toolbar will disappear.  Also by clicking the “X,” you’ll be able to see the Alexa rating change.

4. NetworkedBlogs favicon next to your post title
It does, in fact, list the correct post title of our Eli | Rose post; however the branded orange and blue NetworkedBlogs favicon is a can’t miss.

How does NetworkedBlogs Affect my EdgeRank Score?
EdgeRank is the algorithm Facebook uses to determine which of your updates are shown to which fans. Using a third party app such as NetworkedBlogs to do your posting yields a much lower EdgeRank score. So, in essence, using NetworkedBlogs could negatively affect your EdgeRank and overall fan engagement.

Should Everyone Ditch NetworkedBlogs?
Again, not necessarily.

For most bloggers, pageviews reign supreme. Plus, you can set up Feedburner to send out a tweet when a new post publishes. However, etsy shop owners and small businesses who blog as an add-on to their primary business function may be willing to sacrifice the lower impressions count their auto-posted updates receive in order to have one less item on their daily To Do lists.

There is still a level of convenience and functionality with this Facebook app. But for those who crave the pageviews or want to maintain their EdgeRank level, manually linking your latest blog post may be the way to go.

Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Benefits of Bad Link Removal Services

 If you are a Google partner, you will be very much interested in the announcement that Matt Cutts (head of Google WebSpam team) gave recently. He says that his team had recently carried out an experiment to test their search results by switching off the link data as a part of their routine algorithm. He added that the results would have been much worse if they had to conduct the experiment in real life.


Recently Google has changed its stance for SEO link building and rendered many effective links as spammy. Many websites that have been using this bad link building techniques have been hit with Google’s penalty. If you have bad links, this is the right time to get rid of them and be safe from penalties that can burn a hole in your pocket.

There are some very good bad link removal services that will provide excellent service, but they may not be in a position to remove all the links. So, when you are in talks with a good link removal company or expert, you will have to check out the percentage of removal that you can expect from the deal. If you have an online campaign running along, you will be aghast to see that it too gets affected by Google’s algorithm. To get your online marketing campaign back on track, you will have to make sure that all your bad links are removed. There is no way that you can sanitize your bad link. In other words, once a link is termed as bad, it will remain bad.

However, you can check with Google if they can re-consider their decision. In April 2012, Google launched its first algorithm called Penguin, which is considered to be an infamous algorithm. Ever since its launch, there have been several updates to the algorithm that have created havoc in the internet world. The main goal of Penguin is to identify the links that have been made with the sole intention of gaining advantage on the search engine. Ever since the release of this algorithm, there have been high-profile casualties and more and more websites have been penalized for unethical practices.

If you feel that your website has been hit by a Penguin penalty, then you will have to take some corrective action immediately. Every hour that you delay will result in losses that can heavily impact your business. If you hire a link removal expert or service, he or she will gather the data that is needed to look at the backlink profile. There are some very effective tools such as LinkRisk that can automate the searching process.

Once the report is got, the bad link removal expert will analyze each of them individually. This is done to assess the risks they pose on you website. Once it is determined that a link is bad, the link removal expert will recommend the removal of such links from the backlink profile. There are basically two ways in which the bad links can be removed. The first method is the automatic method and the second is the manual method.

Sunday, September 7, 2014

The world’s latest and coolest gadgets

Lenses that strap to your smartphone to turn it into a proper camera. Computers that strap to your wrist to turn you into a proper geek. This year’s IFA consumer electronics festival in Berlin had it all. Arguably, it had even more than the biggest CE festival of them all, CES Las Vegas, if only because IFA comes at a better time: just in time for Christmas.

So it’s with Christmas in mind (though, as you will see, not necessarily this Christmas) that we present to you our roundup of what we think were the best, most desirable gadgets from the IFA show, that may or may not fit perfectly into your Christmas stocking.

Samsung Galaxy Gear

Don’t be fooled by the seemingly lo-res specs. The 320 x 320 pixel, 1.63-inch AMOLED display on Samsung’s new smartwatch is gorgeous, and the watch is not quite as big on your wrist as you may think. (I have impish wrists, and the Gear was big, but not too big, on me.)
Expect the Gear to form an integral part of Samsung’s push into health and fitness. It has a pedometer built in, though, alas, no pulse meter.

Sony SmartWatch 2

The screen on the SmartWatch 2 isn’t as arresting as the screen on the Gear, but Sony’s watch does have one big advantage: it will work on most Android phones, including most of Samsung’s, whereas the Gear will only work on a few Samsung devices.
It will also have far more apps than the Gear at launch, and a much longer battery life.

Samsung Galaxy Note 3

The Note 2 is one of our all-time-favourite smartphones, and the Note 3 should be even better. It has a faster processor; a marginally bigger, much sharper screen (5.7 inches, 1920 x 1080 pixels, versus 5.5 inches, 1280 x 720 pixels on the Note 2); and, better than all of that, it has a leather-look back for those of us who miss using a BlackBerry.

Sony Xperia Z1

It’s a little bigger than the marvellous Xperia Z smartphone but Sony’s new Xperia Z1 phone (above) has a marvel of its own: a 20.7 megapixel camera that Sony claims outperforms every phone camera on the market, including Nokia’s 41-megapixel Lumia 1020. We’re still testing that claim, but so far the Z1 results are promising.

Toshiba Encore

The Toshiba Encore tablet is what Microsoft’s Surface RT should be but isn’t: a slim Windows 8.1 tablet that runs the latest Intel Atom processor, instead of the ARM processor that the Surface RT runs.
Not that we have anything against ARM chips, per se. It’s just that Windows on an ARM chip is known as Windows RT, and Windows RT refuses to run almost every Windows app ever written. The Encore, on the other hand, will run every Windows app ever written, though just how many you would want to run on its low-powered Atom chip and its small, 8-inch screen, is another matter.

Sony Vaio Tap 11

The Tap 11 is what Microsoft’s Surface Pro should have been, but wasn’t: a slim Windows 8 tablet that runs a full-blown Intel Core processor. Between the 8-inch Encore and the 11-inch Tap, Windows tablets are getting pretty appealing.


The biggest dilemma facing humanity right now is the imponderable question of which new TV technology to buy into: OLED or Ultra High Definition. LG neatly answered that question at IFA, showing off a huge, 77-inch TV that’s OLED and UHD, both at the same time. The only thing wrong with the TV is that it’s only a prototype, and won’t be here till next year at best.

Sony QX-100

As with the smartwatches, it’s hard to judge whether Sony’s new “lens-style” cameras will capture the public imagination or not. The QX-100 and its little sister the QX-10 are proper compact cameras that lack only a screen.

Wi-Fi and an Android app turn your phone into that screen, either remotely or attached to the back of the phone. Detached, it’s perfect for selfies, but expect screen lag when there is Wi-Fi interference.

10 Cool Biking Gadgets For The Avid Cyclist

There’s no doubt about it: cycling is in! Whether for commuting, recreation or sport, it seems that just about everyone is riding some sort of bicycle these days. But in this technology-dominated day and age, there’s so much more you can have on your bicycle than just a bell and some simple lights.

If you’re a cyclist, or know someone who is, here’s a list of 10 bicycle gadgets you should check out. Some gadgets help make cycling safer, others help you find your way and there is even one that lets you charge your devices from the power of cycling.

To complete the list, we’ve added two more gadgets made for competitive cycling near the end of the post. State your favorite in the comment box below.

1. Wireless Bicycle Turn Signal

This under-seat turn signal unit is battery-powered, has ultra-bright LEDs and will emit loud beeping when you make a turn. The signals are activated wirelessly using a push-button controller attached to your bicycle’s handlebar. The unit also has a hazard mode on top of left and right signals. [$68]
Wireless Bicycle Turn Signal

2. Hammerhead

Hammerhead is a device that attaches to your bicycle’s bars and provides turn-by-turn navigation guided by a GPS app installed on your smartphone. Hammerhead also integrates with cycling apps such as Strava and MapMyRide. It is currently available for preorder, and is scheduled to ship in June 2014. [$85]

3. Siva Cycle Atom

Turn some of the kinetic power from your cycling to power your devices with Siva Cycle’s Atom. This portable generator attaches to your bicycle axle and can charge any device via USB port. Don’t want to bring your devices with you when you cycle? Just charge the detachable 1300mAh battery pack that comes with every order. Orders before Feb 15 2014 will start shipping in April 2014. [$99]
Siva Cycle Atom

4. bikeSpike

BikeSpike helps secure your bike with a combination of GPS and cellular technology. You can track your bike in real-time, set up safe zones and alert notifications when you ride beyond zone limits. It can also alert you if there is a possibility of someone tampering with your bicycle. BikeSpike currently only works in the US, EU, Australia and Japan. Shipping is scheduled for Winter 2013. [$129; $4.99 or $6.99 for data plan]

5. Scosche boomBOTTLE

The Scosche boomBOTTLE is a wireless Bluetooth speaker that’s geared towards outdoor activity. It fits perfectly in a bicycle water bottle cage, and is IPX4 splash proof. The boomBOTTLE also has a built-in microphone, so it can work as a speakerphone. The rechargable lithum battery offers 10 hours of use. The boomBOTTLE comes in pink, grey, blue, yellow and green. [$139]
Scosche boomBOTTLE

6. ICEdot Crash Sensor

The ICEdot Crash Sensor, attached to your helmet, sends alerts to your contacts when you are in an accident. A countdown on the Crash Sensor app is triggered during the accident; if the countdown is not disabled, your GPS coordinates and alerts are sent to listed emergency contacts. Available for iPhone 4S and above, an Android 4.3 version is currently in development. [$149; ICEdot membership $10 per year]
ICEdot Crash Sensor

7. Helios Bars

The Helios Bars incorporate features such as GPS tracking and built-in front- and rear-facing LED lights. The rear-facing lights change color according to your speed, function as turn signals and indicators for the turn-by-turn navigation feature. Helios Bars come in straight, bullhorn and drop bar styles, and the first batch is scheduled to ship this December. [$199]
Helios Bars

8. Revolights

Revolights are rings of LEDs mounted onto your wheels. The built-in accelerometers ensure that the LEDs only light up when facing the front or rear of your bicycle. As a result, you get 360 degree illumination, increasing visibility from the side. While they currently only fit road and hybrid bikes with 27" wheels, Revolights plans to move to mountain bikes and 26" wheels soon. [$139 per wheel, $229 for complete set]


9. Hövding

Hövding is an inflable helmet, worn around your neck. It uses sensors and algorithms to detect when a crash occurs, and immediately inflates itself to protect your head. The catch? It’s a one-use wonder. Upon inflation, you have to buy another one. It does however have an external shell that can be changed to match your outfit but it’s currently only available in the EU. [$550]

10. Rubbee Drive

The Rubbee Drive is an electric bicycle conversion kit (a friction drive) that is easy to attach and detach for a quick boost. A small rubber wheel drives your bicycle’s rear wheel. The Rubbee is good for about 15 miles of travel at 15 miles per hour, and is currently available for pre-order. Expect shipping to start in Feb-Mar 2014. [$1190]

Sony 4K Ultra Short Throw Projector

One of Sony's big reveals at CES 2014 was the 4K Ultra Short Throw Projector, which turns your wall into a 147-inch TV screen.

We were wowed by the demo, but we didn't get a lot of details about pricing or availability -- until now.

This week, Sony showed it off at IFA, a huge consumer tech show in Berlin, Germany.

There we found some good news and some bad news. The good: it will be available this month. The bad: It's an ultraluxury product that will cost upwards of $50,000 and is only available to people in the New York area.

Still, it's an intriguing concept with some crazy potential uses.

Addicted to WhatsApp? 5 Most Essential Tips and Tricks for an Even Refined Experience

If you are a smartphone user, there's a big chance that you are mostly hooked on with your friends via the very popular WhatsApp internet messenger. 

WhatsApp is one of the largest growing and most used IMs that are currently out there. And you don't need us to tell you that.WhatsApp is one the best messengers for mobile devices in the current market. The service is available for iOS, Android, Blackberry, Symbian, Java, Nokia etc. 

You just need to have an internet connection on your mobile phone, and you will be able to send as many messages as you want, to anyone, for free.Via WhatsApp, not only can you send text messages for free, but also send a host images, videos and other such attachment files to your friends. And this is all possible provided your handset is connected to the internet.

Once you and your friends download the application, you can use it to chat as much as you want. Send a million messages a day to your friends for free. WhatsApp uses your Internet connection: 3G/EDGE or Wi-Fi when available.

But while you already know all that about the messenger service, there are few tips and tricks that could make the experience even more satisfying. We take a look at the 5 most potential among them.

Sharing .ZIP and .RAR Files WhatsApp sure gives you a lot of options in terms of sharing, but all that is limited to a certain extent. However, it's actually easier to break that barrier by installing the likes of CloudSend and Dropbox. You just have to open CloudSend and allow it to link Dropbox with CloudSend. Once uploaded, you could share the link with your friends for further download.

Tab on Auto Downloads This you may or may not know, but WhatsApp has an added option inside which allows you to control automatic media files downloading. You just need to head over to Settings -- Chat Settings -- Media auto-download and pick the option that suits your requirement.

Hiding the Profile Picture Ever wanted to hide your WhatsApp profile pic? Let us tell you that it's quite easy. If you want to hide your profile picture, you should make use of the WhatsApp Plus app that will be useful in this instance. After installing WhatsApp Plus, you will be able to hide your profile picture.

Spying on Other Friend's Accounts Spying isn't really a great know-how since it's not really, well, ethical. However, if you are still wondering how to actually spy on a certain WhatsApp account, you could install the Spymaster Pro app. This app comes with the ability to track and read entire conversations, while also tracking shared photos.

Creating a Fake Chat Scenario Ever wanted to trick your friends into believing that you just spoke with some celebrity or of some equal status? Just go ahead and install the WhatSaid application. This will allow you to create fake conversations with anyone you want. In fact, you could also set a picture, name and create your own messages to make the conversation realistic.

Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Vpnster: Free VPN for Unblock

Switch Server Locations Easily - The most powerful VPN tool available!
1.) The Internet is not perfect - sometimes switching to a different location will increase speed. The problem may be a temporarily one and a selection is very nice to have.
2.) You have moved - Generally you want to connect to a VPN server that is closet to you.
3.) IP Change - Sometimes customers want to appear on a different IP. With a simple server switch, this will accomplish that.
4) Protect your identity and credentials from tracking and theft.

This is a new VPN service with latter-day features and modern clean interface, which provide free unlimited connection with 300mb of data protection per month. You can connect to any server locations in US and Europe with a simple switch, !

As a regular VPN app, this one is used to unblock sites, unlock apps, protect Wi-Fi Hotspots Security and ensure Privacy Protection. List of top services unblocked by Vpnster: unblock Skype, unblock Viber, WeChat, Line, VoIP etc.

Vpnster secures and encrypts all traffic on your device with our private and highly secure cloud. When Vpnster is enabled, you are completely protected and can access locally blocked sites.

Vpnster gives you a free access to more than 15 servers with an over 300 MB monthly quota, which can be increased by:

* Like Vpnster on Facebook;
* Following Vpnster on Twitter;
* and more…

Also, you can upgrade to unlimited bandwidth from the application by getting an Unlimited PRO version with fully unbounded features.

It's in Beta now, Vpnster is available in  Android Google Play store and also APK file download.

Alienware 18 Gaming Laptop Review: A PC-Killer With Nvidia SLI Graphics

When it comes to gaming laptops. Alienware (actually owned by Dell) is synonymous with the ultra-premium end of the market. It’s not just other-worldly design, illumination and hot air exhausts bigger that rival those on fighter jets that set its laptops apart from most of the competition either.

Your average Alienware gaming laptop sports PC-killing specifications too that churn out ludicrous framerates at 1080p. The model I’m looking at today is the Alienware 18 with a model number P19E001. It’s a monstrous machine with a huge 18.4in display and resolution of 1,920 x 1,080 (1080p).

Many ultrabooks and macbooks sport higher resolutions, however no laptop (and few PCs too for that matter) would be able to play games at maximum settings smoothly as you approach the resolution known as 4K.

This has a resolution of 3,840 x 2,160 - a huge step up from a 1080p screen in terms of pixel count.This is a key factor as the screen still looks sharp but you’ll have the advantage of using the Alienware’s awesome specification to achieve playable framerates in today’s demanding games.
Under the hood
Current pricing starts at $2,099, which offers an Intel Core i7 processor, 8GB of memory and two Nvidia GeForce GTX 860M graphics cards in SLI. Our model is slightly older, and sports two GeForce GTX 780M’s but the latest models offer dual AMD Radeon R9 M290X or Nvidia GeForce GTX 880M graphics cards with prices topping $5,000 in some places with crazy specifications to match.

The rest of the specification on the model here stands at 16GB of RAM and an Intel Core i7-4930MX processor, which has a maximum clock speed of 3.9GHz and has four physical CPU cores backed up by Hyper-Threading, giving it eight threads in total – more than enough for today’s games.

There’s a 500GB Samsung SM841 mSATA SSD and to give you some extra storage space there’s a 750GB Western Digital WDC Black hard disk inside too, with space for a second 2.5in drive – either a hard disk or SSD. With such a large screen, it’s likely you’d be watching movies on it at some point and as well as a Gigabit Ethernet port for hooking straight up to a router, there’s a speedy Intel dual Band 802.11ac WiFi adapter which will handle HD streaming services such as Netflix with bandwidth to spare. Or, of course, you could use the built-in Blu-ray and DVD drive.

The keyboard is large with the full complement of numpad keys and even a row of macro keys that can be programmed using Alienware’s on screen display software. The keys are individually back-lit and both these, the touch pad and the external case illuminations can be cycled through many different colors. You can even assign different colors to different areas of the keyboard and there are a number of presets that change the color according to themes, some of which gradually scroll across the keys or indicate battery level for example.

Even the touchpad is back-lit – it’s bizarre when you first use it but the pad itself is a joy to use and the backlight only makes things easier on low light. the buttons offer good resistance without being stiff too and the keyboard is very responsive. However, the main issue I found is that because the laptop is so high – well over 5cm/2in, that the sharp, angular edges of the front of the palm wrest can dig into your wrists. You’d need a pretty low-lying desk for this not to be a problem too and having the laptop sitting on your lap probably isn’t a great solution either. It gets very warm, you’ll risk blocking one of the numerous air intakes plus the laptop itself weighs in at nearly 6kg – three times your average 15in model.
With all that volume to fill with hardware, there’s plenty of space for speakers and the 2.1-channel set includes a subwoofer too. However, these still fall well short of even a modest desktop set, especially with bass. Inside is a mass of hardware, with some extensive cooling systems to deal with the heat from the two graphics processors and the Core i7 CPU. As a result, when you’re just web browsing or watching videos, the Alienware 18 is remarkably quiet. Fire up a game or put the CPU under heavy load, though, and the fans kick into action and we’d certainly recommend using headphones to cut out the noise.

Build quality and screen
I’ve been very impressed with the build quality of this laptop. It’s exceptionally solid-feeling and it’s the first laptop I’ve come across (and I’ve tested a few other Alienwares in my time too) that has little flex or bend in the screen. Even if you push down in the middle from the outside there’s no distortion. I can easily see this product lasting many years of knocks and scrapes – something its smaller, thinner contemporaries will likely struggle to match.

The screen itself isn’t spectacularly bright, but the contrast is respectable and at full brightness it’s perfectly visible outside in bright conditions. Colours are well above average too and there was no noticeable merging of blacks in dark scenes in games and movies either. As I’ve already mentioned, this isn’t on-par with an Apple Retina display resolution-wise, but its 1080p screen means that its two graphics cards are able to handle all current games at maximum settings.

Plugged into the mains, the Alienware 18 runs at full speed, tapping into the power of both 780M GPUs. However, as soon as you unplug the power cable, the whole system goes into power saving mode. This sees frame rates plummet in games and sadly there’s nothing you can do to prevent this. I tried delving into the depths of Windows’ power management and also Alienware’s own Command Center program where you can access various power saving features but none would force the laptop to run at maximum speed without mains power.

This is a bit of a shame but in reality, the battery will likely be depleted in less than an hour anyway. PC Mark 8′s battery test put general battery life at just under two hours. This is a fairly heavy power test, which I ran on Window’s balanced power saving setting, so if you switched off WiFi, ran the graphics off the integrated Intel HD graphics and lowered the screen brightness, you’d likely see more than this.

Of course, games are where the money is at and the Alienware 18 certainly didn’t disappoint. In Battlefield 4, it was slightly slower than desktop graphics cards such as AMD’s R9 290X and Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 780, although with a minimum frame rate of 57fps, there’s clearly a huge amount of headroom for future games or connecting a higher resolution monitor.

Crysis 3 loved the Alienware 18′s SLI configuration and it was noticeably faster than AMD’s R9 290X and Nvidia’s GTX 780. Again, there’s plenty of scope here for playing games at higher resolutions on a PC monitor if you’re considering the Alienware as a desktop PC replacement.

The Unigine Valley benchmark is one you can run at home (download it here) to compare your PC or laptop to the Alienware 18. Once again, it topped the graphs with a score of 4,185, but this dropped to just 848 when using the battery – an indication of just what a hit games will see.

Finally, Cinebench R15 is a rendering program that stresses all of a CPU’s cores/threads. The Alienware 18 has eight threads, so it wasn’t surprising to see it better the desktop Intel Core i5-4690K, which only has four and it also beat AMD’s FX-8350, which has eight. Perhaps more impressively, it came fairly close to matching the powerful desktop Core i7-4790K, proving that the Alienware can certainly keep up with some of the fastest CPUs available.

If there’s one thing I made my mind up about the Alienware 18 it’s that it isn’t a laptop for gaming on the move. This is a desktop replacement – a PC killer and in that role it excels. You’d hope so given you could buy a half-decent second user car for this money. However, it’s certainly easier to lug it around than it is your average PC. Fancy a round of Battlefield 4 in Starbucks or at the airport? So long as you have mains power, then you’ll be fine, although again, the noise and heat from this high-end gaming machine are very noticeable.
This is a huge amount of money to pay for a laptop too and a similarly-performing PC could be had for a third of the price. Perhaps where the Alienware 18 is most at home is literally that – in the home. Chuck our your gaming PC, connect the laptop to your favorite mouse, keyboard and monitor and you’ve got a powerful gaming machine that takes up a lot less space than your average PC and can be neatly tucked away when not in use. It demands a premium price tag but the build quality, awesome specification and funky features are aspects you simply won’t find on your average $1,500 gaming laptop.

Sunday, August 24, 2014

Metis Eddy

Metis Eddy
Metis, an Indian education startup, has launched a tablet for kids at Rs 9,999. The new tablet, named Eddy, runs on Android 4.2 and is aimed at educational content for 2-8 year olds.

The 7-inch screen tablet sports a 1.6GHz dual-core processor with 1GB RAM and internal memory of 8 GB, which can be expanded to 32GB with a microSD card. A 3200mAh battery ensures more than 4 hours of continuous usage time on full charge.

Children can read books, learn to play the piano, explore the world and the universe as well as practice math through games on Eddy. All the games preloaded on the tablet are violence-free.

Eddy also comes with an exclusive recommendation engine for parents, the Kids Radar, which recommends the most suitable learning apps for their kids on the Play store.

Xolo Q3000

Xolo Q3000
Xolo has launched the Q3000 phablet in India at Rs 20,999. The phablet has a 5.7-inch full HD screen and runs on Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean).

One of the highlights of the phablet is its 4,000mAh battery, which delivers battery life of approximately 2 days. The new Xolo Q3000 is powered by a 1.5GHz quad-core Mediatek processor, with 2GB RAM and comes with 16GB internal storage and supports 32GB microSD card. 
It sports a 13MP camera on the back and 5MP camera in front. Connectivity suite of Xolo Q3000 includes 2G, 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0 and microUSB 2.0.


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