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Best Gaming Monitors in 2020

1. ASUS ROG Swift PG279Q

The Asus ROG Swift PG279Q is still the best gaming monitor you can buy right now. It is a 27-inch monitor with a 2560x1440 resolution, which we currently consider the sweet spot for high-end gaming. It offers substantially more pixels than 1080p without being as demanding on your PC hardware as a 4K panel. That means games look sharp at 27 inches but it won't bring a good GPU to its knees. Plus, you can still get higher than 60Hz refresh rates, which isn't possible on a lot of 4K displays. You can also comfortably run at 100 percent scaling in Windows, something that isn't always desirable with 4K panels.
Like its primary competitor, the Acer Predator XB271HU, the PG279Q is an IPS panel with a refresh rate that can overclock up to 165Hz, the difference between 144Hz and 165Hz is mostly negligible though. Inputs include DisplayPort 1.2a as well as HDMI 1.4 (one of each). Both displays also feature Nvidia's G-Sync technology for variable refresh rates, assuming you're using an Nvidia GPU. If you're an AMD user, however, you're not going to benefit from G-Sync and should consider a FreeSync-compatible monitor instead. Read on for our pick of those... 
The biggest drawback to such an excellent monitor, of course, is the price. The PG279Q can be found for $650, but we consider a monitor an investment. Don't buy something cheap; you'll want to replace it in two years. Buy a great monitor that will still be going strong half a decade from now... which is exactly what this 2015 screen proves. There are 144Hz IPS monitors similar to Asus's offering, only with FreeSync instead of G-Sync, but the Asus ROG Swift PG279Q is the best choice and worth every dollar.

2. Acer Predator XB273K

The Acer XB273K is a more recent variant of the Predator X27, a gaming monitor we recommended until this usurper came and took its place. It offers all the quality, but is far better value. It's not quite as strong on the HDR front, but otherwise matches the X27 punch for punch. And given that HDR on PC is still a complete mess that's not exactly a feature you're going to miss.
The XB273K bags you a terrific panel with exquisite IPS image quality and, despite the lesser HDR capabilities, beautiful colors, contrasts, and depths to games too. G-Sync is present to offer stable pictures and smoothness in games, and the speedy refresh rate and response times back this up too. There is also a substantial range of ports available to you no matter what gear you're packing. It might be a little on the pricey side still, but the value is undeniable. And, just in case you get spun out by the (edging on intentionally) confusing model names, you may see it listed as the XB3 or XB273KP depending on the shop and where you are in the world.

3. Pixio PXC273

The Pixio PXC273 is about as barebones as they come in regards to gaming monitors. This 27-inch curved 1080p panel provides frames at a stable 144Hz and is also FreeSync certified for a tear-free gaming experience with compatible graphics cards. The screen itself is advertised as being anti-glare and holds up in most brightly lit environments, and the thin bezel is always a plus in our book.
The biggest draw to the PXC273 is its low price point. A great entry-level option for those looking for a larger screen with a high refresh rate and don't want to the left wholly broke. 
While the build quality isn't as robust as a higher-spec screen, the Pixio panel is perfect for the budget gamer who doesn't mind missing out on some of the bells and whistles of a higher-end monitor, but is keen for top performance.

4. BenQ EL2870U

When you're building a PC, it's tempting to invest all your resources into the guts of the machine. You want a system that can handle 4K graphics, with all the in-game settings ticked up. But equally important is the monitor needed to display your favorite games in 4K HDR glory. The BenQ EL2870U, as its name suggests, is a 28-inch gaming monitor that won't break the bank. 
Although it is constrained to the limited viewing angles of its TN panel, it more than makes up for this concession in other areas. Its native response time is a blistering 1ms, and the 4K TN panels are far better than the dodgy old 1080p TNs. Meanwhile, unlike other monitors in its class, it touts a pair of integrated 2W speakers, perfect for late nights spent watching dumb videos on YouTube with your IRL best buds. Hey, monitors aren't just for gaming! 
Perhaps best of all, the BenQ EL2870U is graced with its 3.5mm headphone jack, so you don't have to waste time scouring the area for a cable long enough to reach your motherboard.

5. Acer XR382CQK

If your mantra for displays is to go big or go home, Acer hears you, and its XR382CQK is a massive 38-inch curved screen that looks stunning. It features a not-quite-4K QHD ultrawide panel with a 3840x1600 resolution. With an aspect ratio of 24:10 it's slightly wider than the 'standard' 21:9 ratio seen on other ultrawide displays. The IPS panel looks great, and the size means gaming from the comfort of your couch is a viable option too.
Not content to end there, the display also features FreeSync technology with up to 75Hz variable refresh rates. It's a big, bold, and beautiful looking display, and the zero-frame bezel-less approach is another welcome addition. If you're looking for something to turn heads, this is one of the best widescreen gaming monitors. And boy, is it broad.
It's taller than the 27-inch 16:9 displays mentioned above, and nearly half again as wide, but the higher resolution means the dot pitch is slightly lower than that of the lesser panels. And for games that properly support ultrawide resolutions, the surround effect of the XR382CQK is incredibly immersive—sitting at your desk, the 38-inch panel will fill your field of view.

Top 5 Flagship Phones in 2020

1. Samsung Galaxy S20/S20 Plus/S20 Ultra

Samsung announced the Galaxy S20 series a month ago and phones are now available for consumers. After spending a couple of weeks with the S20 Ultra 5G, it is clear the phone is built for business and captures the crown for best Phone available today.           
The focus on the S20 line this year is universal 5G and improved camera experiences. There are some focus issues Samsung is currently dealing with on the S20 Ultra and while you may not want to pay $1,400+ for that phone right now, the S20 Plus may be more appropriate.
Samsung's S20 series are powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865, AMOLED 120Hz refresh rate displays ranging from 6.2 to 6.9 inches, 12GB RAM (with 16GB option), 128GB to 512GB storage options with a microSD for even more capacity, three rear cameras (the Ultra has unique camera specifications), IP68 rating, WiFi 6, and Bluetooth 5. Battery capacity ranges from 4,000 to 5,000mAh. The S20 does not support high band (mmWave) faster 5G networks so make sure you pick the device that will fit your network needs.
An argument can be made that the S20 series isn't the best smartphone available today, but in terms of 5G and the latest technology, they are tough to beat. The price makes them a bit tougher to justify, but when you realize how this tool is used constantly the price for the value is easier to comprehend.

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2. LG V60 ThinQ 5G


The LG V60 THINQ 5G recently launched on T-Mobile, AT&T, and Verizon. It's only available in the US from one of these wireless carriers, but it may appear as an unlocked model on Amazon in the future.
This latest LG V series device continues to focus on video creation with a triple rear camera system, 8K video recording, four microphones, ASMR and Voice Bokeh audio technology, and advanced camera software. It's also powered by a massive 5,000 mAh battery with a 1080p display so it is sure to help you capture hours of video content.
The LG V60 ThinQ 5G is composed of two pieces of Gorilla Glass 5 with a metal frame and is certified for shock resistance to MIL-STD 810G. LG's new phone has a 6.8-inch OLED panel, Qualcomm Snapdragon 865, 8GB of RAM, 128GB of internal storage with a microSD card, and 5G. A Dual Screen cover is included for the $900 price and gives you a large platform for serious productivity.
Along with 5G and a focus on video capture, the LG V60 continues LG's tradition of audio excellence with a 3.5mm audio port with quad DAC support and stereo speakers. It sounds great through the speakers, but the wired headphone experience is even better. It's one of the last phones remaining with a 3.5mm audio port so audiophiles are sure to be pleased.

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3.OnePlus 8/8 Pro

OnePlus rolled out its new 2020 phones with the OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro, both compatible with 5G networks. T-Mobile will carry the OnePlus 8 while Verizon will also get a unique version with 5G mmWave support.
This latest OnePlus flagship offers extremely responsive performance with its 90Hz and 120Hz displays, fast UFS 3.0 internal storage, generous RAM, and the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor.
The phones are lovely with Interstellar Glow, Glacial Green, and other color options available. There are is a couple of different RAM and internal storage options for each phone. With the size and battery capacity differences between the OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro, we also find some differences in cameras, display refresh rate, and wireless charging functionality.

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4. Samsung Galaxy Note 10/10 Plus

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The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 sat on top of our 10 best smartphone list for much of the past year and was at the top of this list earlier this year. While the headphone jack is gone, everything else has been improved on the 2019 version of the Galaxy Note. The Note 10 is now offered in two variants, with the presence of a microSD card slot, display size, and battery capacity being the prime differentiators.
The Galaxy Note 10 Plus is an excellent enterprise smartphone with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor, massive amounts of RAM, fast internal storage, microSD card expansion, capable rear quad-camera system, and much more.
Note 10, starting with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage, starts at $949.99 while the Note 10 Plus with 12GB of RAM and 256GB internal storage starts at $1,099.99. There are also increased RAM and storage options for both devices, but the default base models offer ample RAM and storage for most users. The Note 10 Plus is available now from Samsung and all carriers. T-Mobile also just rolled out a 5G variant.

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5. Apple iPhone 11 Pro/Pro Max

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    My full review of the Apple iPhone 11 Pro led me to almost rank it with my first perfect 10. I held back from that since Apple launched it with just 64GB of internal storage capacity, which I find unacceptable for a $1,000+ flagship phone with a triple camera system -- the best video capture system on a phone. Apple has also been struggling with iOS 13 performance issues, which is why it doesn't remain at the top of this list.
    The only differences between the iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max are the display size and battery capacity. After going full cirle, it's clear that the 5.8-inch model works best for me. There's a lot to be said for a phone that is easily pocketable and capable of satisfying people with smaller hands. It's usable with one hand.
    Apple has once again shown it bests all other phones in benchmarking testing with the Apple A13 Bionic chipset. It has a fabulous OLED screen, good-sized battery with a rating of four hours more than last year's iPhone, and new camera hardware (with improved software) to make it a very compelling flagship. It continues to get regular updates (one coming within the first week of release) and iOS apps are still better than comparable Android apps, despite the improvements in Android phones.
    Face ID continues to be one of the fastest and most secure methods of maintaining security on your phone, and the version in the iPhone 11 Pro has been improved for better performance. Google may release an alternative with the upcoming Pixel 4, but current ultrasonic fingerprint scanners are not proving very reliable for consistent performance.

    Top 5 Best headphones In India.

    1. Oppo PM-3

    Closed back planar magnetic headphones from the gods

    Oppo, otherwise known for its smartphones, makes some great audio products as well. The Oppo PM-3 is right up there with some of the best pairs of headphones.
    The primary highlight of the Oppo PM-3 is the use of planar magnetic drivers that produces accurate sound frequencies while minimising distortion. In layman's terms, they produce quality sound that dazzles with its definition and vast spaciousness.
    You can easily use the PM-3s plugged in at home as well as wirelessly while you’re on the go. All things considered, the Oppo PM-3 is head and shoulders above rival products from better known brands. We can't put it any higher on the list so, simply put, don’t hesitate if you want a great pair of headphones

    2. Beyerdynamic Amiron Wireless

    Don’t mind splurging the top dollar to get the best wireless audio experience that money can buy? The Beyerdynamic Amiron Wireless are just what you are looking for.
    Sound is spacious, detailed, and makes you want to rediscover your music library. They may not exactly be portable, and the noise isolation may not be up to snuff if you’re an outdoors person, but they are the best sounding pair of wireless headphones out there.
    Just make sure you can stomach the steep price.

    3. Bose QuietComfort 35 II

    Premium headphones that include industry-leading noise-cancellation

    What do you get when you take the QC35 and add a dedicated button to activate Google Assistant? You get the QC35 II, of course. You get the standard Bose fare with the QC35 II – good sound quality, comfort and not to forget, the class-leading noise cancellation technology. To round it all up, the battery life is great, too.

    4. Sony WH-1000MX3

    Wireless noise-cancelling headphones that sound better than Bose

    Sony’s 1000X series of headphones have been our favourite for years now. Thanks to a combination of aptX and LDAC wireless codecs, in conjunction with Sony’s noise cancellation techniques, we’ve come to love Sony’s 1000X range of headphones. 
    Whether you travel a lot or want to shut the outside world off, the 1000X series offers just what you need. The M2 could suffice your needs, but the M3 throws in improved noise cancellation algorithms and a touch of style to make the upgrade worth it.

    5. Jabra Elite 85h

    Giving Sony and Bose a run for their money

    Want something that offers great battery life, style and a lot of customization options? The Jabra Elite 85h has answers for all your needs. That said, purists will bemoan the lack of high-end codec support and there are punchier headphones on the market at this price point.
    However, when you consider that Jabra’s Elite 85h headphones are Bose’s first attempt at premium wireless ANC headphones, the result is quite commendable. We can’t wait to see what the company’s next premium ANC headphones will accomplish.  
    If you want an alternative to Sony's WH-1000XM3, this is it.

    Top gaming keyboards in India.

    1. Razer BlackWidow Elite

    One of the best mechanical keyboards by Razer, the Blackwidow Elite features an updated mechanical switch which adds more stability and safeguards the internals against lint and even usual spills of water. Buyers have the option to choose from three types of switches for the keyboard- Green, Orange and Yellow. The three of them have a specific design that makes them different in their functionality. The Green switch offers tactile and clicky feedback while the orange switch has tactile and silent feedback. The Blackwidow Elite is also available without any feedback on key-press through the yellow switch.
    In addition, the Elite has a 3.5mm audio and a USB 2.0 passthrough which is a cherry on the cake. It has a dedicated dial which assists in media playback and is customizable. To top it all off, Razer Blackwidow Elite supports Hypershift, allowing users to assign a macro function to each key.

    2. HyperX Alloy Elite

    A Cherry MX-powered circus of value
    Following in the footsteps of Kingston’s first HyperX-branded gaming keyboard, namely the HyperX Alloy FPS, the HyperX Alloy Elite tweaks the company’s first winning keyboard to provide only a few subtle changes. You get media keys, a light bar and even a palm rest, all of which were previously absent. They’re also a series of delightful treats, making for a value proposition that shouldn’t be ignored.

    3. Logitech G413 Carbon

    Sleek, cheap and responsive
    Logitech has been seemingly going out of its way to make only the most high-end, cutting-edge peripherals without taking value into consideration. That’s all changed with the G413 Carbon, a mechanical keyboard that sacrifices RGB backlighting and customisable macro keys in favour of an affordable price tag. 
    Its low-profile appearance may look simple in comparison to competing keyboards, but the Logitech G413 Carbon has a magnesium-alloy skeleton exposure. Though the Romer-G switches might be a turnoff for Cherry MX enthusiasts, they’re virtually silent, fairly responsive and rated for 70 million actuations.

    4. Razer BlackWidow Chroma V2

    Steeled for online gaming

    Hoping to find a gaming keyboard that matches the rest of your Chroma-lit accessories? Then this is the one you want. Not only does the BlackWidow Chroma V2 carry an equal balance of comfort and performance, but it went a few steps ahead in the process. 
    Complemented by the fact that Razer has tacked on five macro keys that can be assigned to virtually any in-game action, the BlackWidow Chroma V2 supports 16.8 million colors worth of LED lighting as well.

    5. Corsair K63 Wireless

    Wireless PC gaming at its finest
    We have seen plenty of wireless gaming mice over the last few years, but not many wireless gaming keyboards. Until now. The Corsair K63 Wireless keyboard takes what made the wired version of the K63 great and transfers it into the wireless version – without sacrificing much at all. 
    Packing tight Cherry MX Red switches, full RGB lighting and convenient media controls, the K63 wireless shows us what wireless keyboards can be capable of in 2018.

    Top 5 Gaming Mouse Under Rs. 1000

    1. Logitech G90
    Logitech G90 is an amazing gaming mouse from the budget category. It has delta zero technology with a 2500 DPI to provide you good gaming experience. It is designed to give good grip and maximum comfort regardless of your hand size.
    You have three DPI settings starting from 250 DPI to 2500 DPI. It also claims to offer a 2-millisecond report rate. The left and right keys are rated to deliver up to 5 million clicks.

    2. Zebronics Alien Pro

    Zebronics Alien Pro is a good choice for a budget gaming mouse. It is attractive in design. The mouse has a metal frame structure with Ergonomic rubber material for a better grip. It houses 6 buttons for additional utility.
    It comes with up to 2400 DPI with instant DPI switch technology. Zebronics Alien Pro comes with a DPI switch to toggle between (600/1200/1800/2400)DPI for a different game setting. It has a smart energy-saving, smart scroll wheel, and high precision. It claims to offer 5 million strokes life with a DPI of 2400. If you are looking for a stylish gaming mouse in the budget segment, you can consider this.

    3. Dragon War ELE-G9

    Dragon War ELE-G9 is also a notable cheap gaming mouse. It has a good design and works on most of the surfaces without any problem. It has a 1.8m cord and a gold-plated USB connector. The fancy LED lights to give it a good look. It has 8 programmable buttons that can be assigned to match your gaming style. The button placement is also nice It also supports macro functions.
    It comes in 4 different DPI settings: 800 / 1600 / 2400 / 3200 dpi.

    4. Redragon M601 CENTROPHORUS

    Redragon M601 CENTROPHORUS is also a good gaming mouse to check if your budget is tight. It comes in a good color scheme and is very comfortable to use. This gaming mouse offers up to 200 dpi resolution and DPI levels are 1000, 1600 and 2000. It has 3 extra buttons to use. Mouse comes with a 6ft high-strength braided fiber cable, anti-skid scroll wheel, and red backlighting.
    The most notable thing about this mouse is that you can adjust the weight of the mouse as per your need. It has a clip of 8 removable lead weights placed on the bottom. You can shift the center of gravity or put/remove weight depending on your needs
    5. Acer Nitro NP.MCE11.00G
    Acer is also a town name in gaming. It has several good gaming laptops and accessories. This gaming mouse works well and comes in the affordable segment. It has 7 functional buttons, 1 burst Fire on side thumb button and Adjustable 6 levels DPI lighting mode. DPI can go up to 4000. It comes in Red and black color that looks attractive.

    Top 5 phones under Rs 15000

    The sub Rs 10000 segment of a smartphone has gotten better over the years. With the advancement of technology and better research and development, new technologies are no longer reserved for flagships only. Software plays the most important role in the overall experience of a smartphone. A phone without a good software is of no use to anyone.

    Currently, the best software experience that you can get from Android right now is with their latest (available) Android 10 software. Android 10 has some great new features like gesture controls, native dark mode, digital wellbeing to name a few. If you are looking for the best Android experience without burning a hole in your pocket, our list of top 5 phones under Rs 10000 should help you:

    1.) Nokia 2.3

    The Nokia 2.3 is Nokia’s entry-level smartphone and is part of the Android One program. It was launched last year with Android 9 but it has now started to receive Android 10 OTA update. It’s a great entry-level smartphone with a near-stock Android UI. The phone features a 6.2-inch HD+ display with 720 x 1520 pixels resolution and 19:9 aspect ratio.  

    It has a dual rear camera of 13-megapixel rear camera with LED flash, f/2.2 aperture and 2-megapixel secondary camera. It has a 4000mAh battery that promises 2 days of battery life. The phone has a 5-megapixel front-facing camera with f/2.4 aperture and support for Face Unlock, but it doesn’t have a fingerprint sensor.

    The phone is powered by a 2GHz quad-core MediaTek Helio A22 12nm processor with IMG PowerVR GE-class GPU coupled with 2GB RAM and 32GB storage. It has expandable memory up to 400GB with microSD. With Android 10 it gets features like Gesture Navigation, Dark Mode, Smart reply.

    2.)Realme C3 
    The Realme C3 is the latest in the Realme’s entry-level “C” line of smartphones and makes for a great sub Rs 10000 phone. It comes pre-installed with Android 10 out of the box with Realme’s custom Realme UI on top. It comes in two storage variants: 3GB RAM+32GB storage and 4GB RAM+64GB storage being priced Rs 7499 and Rs 8499 respectively. The phone features a 6.5-inch HD+ display with a screen resolution of 1600 x 720 pixels along with 400nits brightness and Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection.

     On the hardware front, this is the first smartphone in India that comes powered with the latest MediaTek Helio G70 processor. The company claims that the Realme C3 is loaded with MediaTek Gaming Technology to optimize network latency and Display Latency to provide faster response time.

    On the camera front, the smartphone is loaded with a dual-camera setup at the rear, which comes with a combination of 12-megapixel primary lens with PDAF support, f/1.8 aperture along with a 2-megapixel depth sensor with f/2.4 aperture. For the front, there is a 5-megapixel shooter with AI Beautification, HDR, Panoramic View and more.

    3.)Tecno Mobile Camon 15 pro
    The Camon 15 from Techno is a great entry-level smartphone with some stellar specs and at a great price. It features a 6.55-inch HD+ display with a screen resolution of 1600 x 720 pixels and 90 per cent screen-to-body ratio. The smartphone is powered by an octa-core processor along with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage.

    The memory can be further expanded up to 256GB via microSD card slot. The smartphone is loaded with a quad-camera setup with a combination of 48-megapixel primary, 5-megapixel wide-angle lens, 2-megapixel macro lens and Ultra Night Lens supported by DSP chip. For the front, it comes with a 16-megapixel selfie shooter.

    The phone comes with a 5,000mAh battery along with HiOS 6.0.1, which is based on Android 10. On the connectivity front, it supports dual 4G VoLTE, WiFi, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS, dual-SIM and micro USB port.

    4.)Nokia 3.2
    The Nokia 3.2 initially came with Android 9 but, being a part of the Android one program, it received Android 10 update as promised. The Nokia 3.2 is driven by a 4000mAh battery and it features a 6.26-inch HD+ a-Si TFT (1520 x 720 pixels) drop-notch 2.5D curved glass display.

    It’s powered by a Snapdragon 429 processor along with Adreno 504 GPU, up to 3GB of RAM with 32GB of internal storage. It houses a single 13-megapixel rear sensor with f/2.2 aperture and on the front, it has a 5-megapixel sensor for selfies and video calling.

    5.)Infinix Hot 9
    The Infinix Hot 9 is latest in Infinix’s “Hot” lineup of smartphones and it is truly a bang for your buck. It runs on Android 10 out of the box with Infinix’s custom XOS6.0 skin on top. The smartphone is available for purchase in Matte Black, Cyan, Violet and Light Blue colour options.

    Coming to the specifications, the Infinix Hot 9 is loaded with a 6.6-inch HD+ display with a screen resolution of 1520 x 720 pixels. The smartphone is powered by a MediaTek Helio A25 octa-core processor. 

     The Infinix Hot 9 is loaded with a 4GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage, which can be further expanded up to 256GB via microSD card slot. On the camera front, the smartphone is loaded with a quad-camera setup with a combination of a 16-megapixel primary lens, a 2-megapixel depth sensor, a 2-megapixel macro lens and an AI Lens. For the front, it is loaded with an 8-megapixel shooter with a punch-hole design.

    The phone is driven by a 5000mAh battery with 10W fast charging support. There is a fingerprint sensor and it supports Face Unlock, DTS Audio Technology, AR Stickers and more

    Philips Ultra Slim Plus 12-Watt Recessed LED Panel (Warm Light, Round, White))

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    Material: Aluminium, Color: White, Shape: Round

    Wattage: 12 watts; Operating Voltage:130-360 volts

    Includes: 1 Panel

    Long life LED source, anti glare diffuser, wide voltage protection (130-360V), surge protection up to 2KV and premium material-die cast aluminium

    Cut-out: 145mm

    Bright Diffused Light: Up to 80-percent light efficiency after diffuser, high quality PC diffuser with UV resistance, low glare from quality diffuser

    20-percent price down from the earlier models, super bright light-providing 1200 Lumens of delivered light for 15W (80Lm/W), super robust-wide voltage protection, surge protection up to 2KV

    Manage the heat emission well, keep low temperature for better performance and longer lifetime, good performance on high temperature and heat resistance, long life with LED technology

    Metal body accelerate heat dissipation

    Durable performance: Die casting housing, solid and tough finishing and protection

    Product information Round 12-Watt ,White

    BrandPhilipsManufacturerPhilipsPart Number919215850414Height20 MillimetersLength16 CentimetersWidth16 CentimetersWeight331 GramsStyleRound 12-WattColourWhiteMaterialAluminiumIncluded Components1 PanelVoltage240 VoltsBatteries IncludedNoBatteries RequiredNoWattage12 WattsColour Temperature30 Kelvin

    Tosmy 16 Jar Revolving Masala/Spice Rack, Colour may Vary

    Tosmy 16 Jar Revolving Masala/Spice Rack, Colour may Vary

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    Avon Color Extralasting Lipstick, Crimson Red, 3.6g

    Avon Color Extralasting Lipstick, Crimson Red, 3.6g

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    Long lasting colours up to 8 hours. Long lasting lipstick, 8 hours stay lipstick. Keeps lips moisturised for 24 hours. Colour lock complex. Special ingredients: Vitamin E and wheat protein.

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