While four-seater "quadricycle" was being planned to be brought out by Bajaj Auto since a long time, the company now is ready to launch a total of 5,000 units of the same from its Aurangabad plant.
The vehicle has been codenamed as RE60. As many as 5, 000 units are being planned be rolled out a month to see a good start.
The company told that the government had given it an in-principle go-ahead, but a government-appointed committee's report could only allow them for commercial production. The committee, as per the findings, has been formed so as to define the vehicle's category.
The much awaited electric car, Reva e2o by Mahindra was launched on Wednesday for Bangalore market. One full recharge of this new car by Mahindra Reva Electric Vehicles Private Limited can take you for long 100 kilometers distance.
The car has the seating capacity of four adults. According to Chetan Maini, Reva's Strategy and Technology Chief, the car weighing 830 kg is powered by lithium-ion batteries and is supported by a three-phase electric motor while on automatic mode.
HTC has recently launched one of the most expensive smartphones in India --- the HTC Butterfly handset, which will be available to the interested buyers with a staggering retail price-tag of Rs 45,990.
The sturdy 140-gram HTC Butterfly will run the Android OS 4.1 `Jelly Bean' version; and some of its most impressive features will include a 5-inch full HD 1080-pixel Corning Gorilla Glass 2 screen with a resolution of 440 pixels per inch; a 1.5GHz Qualcomm S4 Pro quad-core processor; the HTC Sense 4+ User Interface; and Beats Audio technology.
Unveiling a first-of-its-kind `Out-of-Home' (OOH) initiative in India, Canon has recently notched up its standing as a technology innovator by setting up unique neon signage at three international airports in the country.
In a recent announcement, Canon India revealed that it has set up neon signs - which were first put up in 1956 in Times Square - at the International Airports in New Delhi, Mumbai, and Bengaluru. Involving an investment of Rs 70 lakh, the setting up of neon signage was part of Canon India's ongoing marketing initiatives.
The largest car-maker of India Maruti Suzuki has launched the diesel variant of its SX4 sedan. The company has hinted that the price of this car will be between Rs 7.74 to 8.62 lakh.
The Managing Director and CEO of Maruti Suzuki India (MSI), Shinzo Nakanishi has said to the reporters that the new age diesel technology which is being offered by SX4 has been very powerful and it emits low emissions as well. He has also added that this version of sedan will be very much cost-effective and the customers will like this vehicle.
Budget mobile phone manufacturer, Spice Mobile has announced the launch of its new 3D phone M-67 in the Indian market.
The country’s first SD phone comes after the success of the technology in cinema theatres, cameras, computers and TV sets. It will feature a host of new features and specifications. The device will have 2.4 inch auto-stereoscopic display and supports two GSM cards.
Leading handset maker, Nokia ahs announced the launch of its new touchscreen phone C5 in the Indian market.
The C5-03 variation of the Nokia C5 model features 3.2-inch 640 x 360 resistive touchscreen display and a 5 Mega Pixel camera. The device supports quadband GSM/EDGE and triband WCDMA (900/1900/2100)
It also has Wi-Fi, 3G, Bluetooth 2.0+EDR, A-GPS and a microUSB port along with free Ovi Maps support. The handset has 40MB of internal memory which can be extended upto 16GB through microSD cards. The device runs on the S60 5th Edition or Symbian^1 OS.
Leading handset maker, Nokia has announced the launch of its new Nokia N8 based on Symbian 3, in the Indian market. The company also announced that it will launch devices based on MeeGo next year.
The N8 smartphone comes with Ovi services allowing users to access social networking services and also enjoy on-demand online television programmes. The device features 12MP camera, USB-on-the-Go, 720p HD video output.
Handset maker, Sony Ericsson has announced the launch of its Xperia X8 mobile handset in the Indian market.
The Sony Ericsson Xperia X8 was unveiled by the company on Jun 2010 in Singapore. The device features a 3-inch capacitive scratch resistant touchscreen and is based on Google Android 1.6 OS with 600MHZ processor.
Xperia X8 features a 3.2 megapixel camera and has Timescape along with a four corner homescreen as the Xperia Series. As for connectivity solutions, it offers WiFi and Bluetooth.
Fast growing handset manufacturer, Zen Mobile has announced the launch of its dual SIM phone, M25 in the Indian market.
The handset supports two GSM SIM cards and has a 2.4 inch TFT display. It also spots a 1.3MP camera, 3.5 mm jack, a 500 contacts phonebook, Bluetooth and FM with FM Recorder. The memory of the phone can be expanded upto 4 GB.