Xiaomi Action Camera Unveiled For $64

Xiaomi Action Camera

To compete with the likes of the popular GoPro action camera, Xiaomi has this week unveiled their new creation, that provides users with specifications beating GoPro’s entry-level camera for just $64.

The new Xiaomi action camera is equipped with 64GB of memory and is capable of recording 1080p video at 60 frames per second. Compared to the GoPro Hero which is priced at $130 and comes supplied with 32GB of internal storage and is capable of recording 1080 video at 30 frames per second.

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Raspberry Pi Mini PC Celebrates 3rd Birthday


Over the weekend the awesome Raspberry Pi mini PC celebrated its third birthday or as near as you can get to its launch date, because three years ago happened to be a leap year and was dated February 29th.

Since its launch Raspberry Pi has sold over 5 million units worldwide and sold half a million of those units in just the last month with the help of the launch of the new Raspberry Pi 2.
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SanDisk 200GB microSD Card Unveiled For $400

SanDisk 200GB microSD

Android users that are in need of adding masses of extra storage capacity to their smartphone or Android tablet are sure to be interested in a new microSD card that has been unveiled by SanDisk this week that provides a huge 200GB of extra storage.

The new 200GB microSD card is nearly double the size of the previous largest card that SanDisk has created ,which was in the form of the 128GB.

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Microsoft Lumia 640 And Lumia 640 XL Get Official

Lumia 640 XL

Earlier we heard about two new Windows Phone devices from Microsoft, the Lumia 640 and Lumia 640 XL and now both handsets are official.

The Microsoft Lumia 640 comes with a 5 inch HD display with a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels and the device is powered by a quad core 1.2GHz snapdragon 400 processor and it features 1GB of RAM.

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Huawei MediaPad X2

huawei mediapad x2

Huawei is launching the MediaPad X2 tablet/phone, a descendant of the MediaPad X1. The MediaPad X2 ups it’s game with a better Kirin 930 processor, which is the main upgrade for this second-generation MediaPad X. This updated design has 8 CPU cores (ARM A53 core design) and an ARM Mali T628 graphics processor (GPU).

The MediaPad X2 should be able to handle games decently, for gamers wanting to use this device. Just don’t expect it to compete with high-end devices priced in the $650+ range. However, it should be just as good for handling multimedia videos. Again a caveat, the 1080p screen has 2 to 3 times less pixels than other high-end phones you can buy.
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