The A-List: Your Weekly Tech Guide To The Coolest Gadgets & Accessories
The A-List: Your Weekly Tech Guide To The Coolest Gadgets & Accessories

Redmi Tab or the Chromecast with Google TV – which one would you pick?


Redmi Tab: At 465g, it’s quite light to hold for long periods of time and makes a strong case for a budget tab with a binge-proof screen. The 10.61-inch display (2000 x 1200 pixels /220 PPI) on the Redmi Tab, features a 90Hz refresh rate and maxes out at 400 nits. The other useful add-on is the 8MP selfie cam offers a wide-angle 105-degree field of view that is handy for video calls. The tab also benefits from MIUI that we first experienced on the Xiaomi Pad 5, that has some useful features like multi-windows and spilt screen. (Check it out on the Mi India website – Rs 12,999 onwards)



Chromecast with Google TV: A great accessory to ‘smarten’ your older TVs that don’t come with in-built smart connectivity. This compact ‘casting’ device streams crystal clear movies in up to 4K HDR 60 fps. You will appreciate the clear details and colours that are made possible with Dolby Vision. We dig the design language – this dongle is compact and thin while the remote has hotkeys for popular apps like Netflix and. The new voice remote can control your TV or soundbar, change the volume, switch inputs, and more. (Available on Flipkart – Rs 6,399)



Blaupunkt Moksha BTW09: The Blink Pair Technology is one of the many intuitive features that makes these new TWS Bluetooth Earbuds a handy accessory. Open the case and you’re connected; no additional steps. Blaupunkt claims that the BTW09’s noise cancellation level of -35db, can shut you off even in noisy environments. You get a choice of three modes including the ‘normal’ mode for music. 6 built-in microphones improve call quality while wireless charging is a handy add-on at its asking price. (Order it on Amazon for Rs 4,139)



Realme Narzo 50i Prime: adds oomph to the budget segment with a stylish design that comes in two cool shades – Dark Blue and Mint Green. There’s a choice of two storage variants – 3GB/32GB and 4GB/64GB; the device is powered by a Unisoc T612 processor. An 8MP AI camera with an f/2.0 aperture handles the rear cam duties. This device is quite slim – 8.5mm, despite a robust 5000 mAh battery under the hood. The phone incorporates a triple card slot that allows you to expand the storage up to 1TB. (Buy it on the Realme India website – Rs 7,999 onwards)

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