In Pictures: 10 Super Cool Gadgets For the Common Man

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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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Perhaps you can look into the Xiaomi Redmi 2 for Rs. 6,990 or the Yureka Yu for only Rs. 8,990 instead. Or, you know, you could always purchase a basic feature phone for less than Rs. 2,000.

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.

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Take a look at the Xiaomi Redmi 2 and nine other gadgets that make you look royal.

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Xiaomi Redmi 2

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.

 

Apple iPod Shuffle

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.

 

Google Chromecast

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!

 

New Kindle E-Reader

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.

 

Apple iPad Mini

Price: Rs. 16,000

The solid and minimalistic iPad Mini proves that you can get a functional tablet experience for less money.

 

Xbox 360 (12GB)

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.

 

Xiaomi Portable Power Pack

 

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.

Mi in-Ear Headphones

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.

 

Acer One

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.

 

Microsoft Lumia 640 XL

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

 

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