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For those looking to make a statement about their status will probably buy an iPhone 6. Can't afford to shell out Rs. 56,000?
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Gadgets are an extension of your personality. If you own a MacBook Pro, you have the typical "show off" image among your social circle. If you own a basic Windows 7-powered laptop, everybody thinks you're a looser who doesn't give a shit about anything. That's changing fast though, at least, in urban India. Not so popular companies are making gadgets that are cheaper, but still have features of high-end devices.
Take a look at the Xiaomi Redmi 2 and nine other gadgets that make you look royal.
Price: Rs. 6,990
With a slightly modified design and a hugely improved processor, the Redmi 2 is probably the handset made for the common man. It features 4.7-inch 720p screen, 64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 quad-core processor clocked at 1.2GHz, 1GB RAM, 8-megapixel rear camera, and a 2-megapixel front camera.
Price: Rs. 3,400
One of the most popular MP3 players is also one of the best. The iPod Shuffle delivers top-notch experience, for a reasonable price.
Price: Rs. 2,999
Google's TV dongle is the best streaming TV dongle available on the market today. For that you get a TV dongle that can play YouTube and other streaming services. Go get it!
Price: Rs. 5,000
It's an awesome device for techies who read a lot of e-books. The new Kindle e-Reader from Amazon comes in a beautiful and functional design.
Price: Rs. 16,000
The solid and minimalistic iPad Mini proves that you can get a functional tablet experience for less money.
Price: Rs. 12,990
The Xbox 360 might be old and dated, but it still remains a popular option for those people who don't want to spend a cool Rs. 40,000 on the latest generation home consoles. To be honest, the Xbox 360 offers more-reliable hardware and a better selection of games.
Price: Rs. 599 onwards
Did you know that Xiaomi sold 14.6 million power banks in 2014? That's a good total for a category, which going to be huge in the coming months. The portable power banks are useful for those who can't step away from their device for longer than 20 minutes.
Price: Rs. 799
The best thing to buy a techie on a shoe string budget is definitely a Mi in-Ear headphones. The Mi in-Ear headphones deliver rich and full sound.
Price: Rs. 19,999
Acer's Aspire One is basically a hybrid device that combines notebook experience on a portable tablet experience. The hybrid computer is powered by Intel Atom Quad-core processor and features Windows 8 OS.
Price: Rs. 15,799
The Microsoft Lumia 640 XL is a 5.7-inch phablet with colourful back cover and has the 13-megapixel camera. The phone comes running the Windows Phone 8.1 operating system but will be updated to Windows 10 later in the y