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Snapdeal The Sinking Ship?

Thursday, March 2, 2017 2:48:00 PM Asia/Calcutta

Snapdeal shows sign of a sinking ship, the company has cash crunch that is definitely hitting them bad

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Google Play Card India

Tuesday, July 12, 2016 12:36:52 PM Asia/Calcutta

Google play cards finally avaialbe on digital delivery platform via, it usually takes less than 30 mins for delivery & is cheaper than competitors

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Battlefield 1

Friday, May 13, 2016 2:19:27 PM Asia/Calcutta

  Battlefield 1 is an upcoming World War I first-person shooter video game developed by EA DICE and published by Electronic Arts. It is the fourteenth installment in the Battlefield franchise, and the first main entry in the series since Battlefield 4 (2013). The game is scheduled to be released on Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One worldwide on October 21, 2016.

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Six reasons why I bought the Thermaltake Poseidon ZX mechanical keyboard

Saturday, April 30, 2016 5:50:11 PM Asia/Calcutta

Source: The Verge

Last week I found myself in the market for a new gaming keyboard, and I really had only one thing in mind — it had to be clicky and mechanical, since I was replacing a mushy disaster of a thing. So, off I went down to a PC gaming boutique in Akihabara that had dozens of options set up all at once. After trying out almost all of them, I decided that Thermaltake's TT Esports Poseidon ZX was the best fit for my desk.

Here's why:

  • It has a compact "tenkeyless" layout, which saves desk space by omitting the numpad
  • Its design is pretty nondescript and minimalist — it doesn’t scream "G4M3RZ" like a lot of its competitors do (though I do wish it didn't have "esports" written on it)
  • It’s not minimalist enough to omit per-key LED backlighting, however, which I find essential in the dark
  • Its Kailh blue mechanical switches are ultra-loud, ultra-responsive, and ultra-satisfying. They work as well for typing as for gaming, as long as no-one else is in the room
  • It’s pretty cheap at around $80
  • It is super simple, with absolutely no soul-destroying proprietary software to install

So there you have it. My criteria may be different to yours, but if you're after the same sort of thing as me, I can recommend the Poseidon ZX pretty much without reservation.

Comments | Posted in Gaming Components By Tushar Jain

Top 5 Best Gaming Combo Under Rs 3000

Thursday, April 28, 2016 7:58:41 PM Asia/Calcutta




1.     Tt eSPORTS COMMANDER LED Illumination Gaming Gear (Rs 2,999)


Mouse- 2400 DPI, Optical Sensor, 6 buttons, Blue lightning, 1.8m Braided USB Cable Length, Matte Coating

Keyboard- USB Interface, Membrane, Mechanical, Plunger, Anti-Ghosting Keys, 64kb On-Board Memory, 1000Hz Polling Rate, Full Blue Backlight, 8 Multimedia Keys


2.     Cooler Master CM Storm Devastator (Rs 2890)

Mouse- 2000 DPI, Ergonomic body, High precision mouse, 3 LED Backlight color

Keyboard- Custom membrane design, Ergonomic Design, Anti-slide rubber pads, Dedicated Multi-media keys, LED Backlight


3.     Logitech G100s (Rs 2600)

Mouse- 2500 dpi optical sensor, Ambidextrous design, High Polling Rate 500Hz / 2ms Response time, On-The-Fly Sensitivity / DPI adjustment, Slick polytetrafluoroethylene feet, Lightweight mouse (106g).

Keyboard- Ergonomic Design, Dedicated Multi-media keys, USB Interface


4.     DRAGON WAR GKM-001 (Rs 2400)

Mouse- Gaming mouse with 6 control buttons (Programmable),Mouse cable length 1.8 meters (with braided fibre cable), Suitable for almost evert surface, Ergonomic design for right-handers, Special gaming laser sensor with revolution art 3200 dpi

LED Light, USB Interface

Keyboard- Semi-mechanical keyboard, Backlight illumination: Blue/ Red/ Purple, Multimedia & function keys, Heavy weight, USB Interface


5.     Razer Cyclosa (Rs 2550)

Mouse- 1800dpi Razer Precision infrared sensor, 1000Hz Ultra polling /1ms response time, Ultra large nonslip buttons, 16bit ultra-wide data path, 60120 inches per second and 15g of accelation, Three independently programmable Hyper response buttons, Scroll wheel with 24 individual click positions, Seven foot, lightweight, non-tangle cord.

Keyboard- Space efficient spill proof design, 1000Hz Ultra polling /1ms response time, Programmable keys, 10 customizable software profiles with on the fly switching, Gaming optimized key matrix for minimized ghosting, Seven foot, Lightweight, non-tangle cord.


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Steelseries Rival 100

Thursday, April 28, 2016 6:48:42 PM Asia/Calcutta


The SteelSeries Rival 100 is most affordable gaming mouse. Starting at Rs 3000, the Rival 100 has some fairly impressive features: an ambidextrous form factor, RGB lighting, on-the-fly sensitivity switching, and textured grips. If you're looking for a quality mouse for gaming and/or work, this one might fit the bill.

Universal Design

SteelSeries touts the Rival 100 as having a "universal design," which I like to think of as an ambidextrous form factor. The basic shape of the mouse does not favour left- or right-handed users, which is a plus for lefties or the ambidextrous people who secretly plot to overthrow us all someday. That said, the Rival 100 has one issue for left-handed users as the Back and Forward buttons are found only on the left side of the mouse, with no buttons on the right side. So while a lefty can use this mouse without hand fatigue, he or she won't have easy left-hand access to two important buttons.

SteelSeries Rival 300 are not nearly as comfortable as the rubber grips on the Razer Mamba TE or Diamondback mice. But those mice cost a lot more than the Rival 100. And I find the Rival 100 more comfortable to hold overall than the Diamondback.

Upper Appearance

The sides of the Rival 100 are made of plastic, the entire top portion of the unit is coated in a thin layer or rubber. It feels good to the touch but shows hand grease more than matte plastic would. The top of the mouse naturally features left and right mouse buttons. Between them lie the mouse wheel, which can be clicked-in as a button. The wheel is covered in tire tread-like ridges. The ridges might not perfectly match the minimum increments of the wheel's movement, but they come close enough. Below the wheel sits a single button for toggling sensitivity settings.

Performance and Settings

The Rival 100 is a 4,000 DPI mouse. SteelSeries refers to that measurement as "4,000 CPI," which stands for Characters Per Inch. 4,000 DPI might not seem like a lot compared to Razer's 16,000 DPI mice but most users will never want their mice to move any faster than the Rival 100's max setting. 4K is way too fast for most gamers. The Rival 100's sensitivity button toggles between two user-selectable sensitivity settings, you'll adjust these settings in the SteelSeries Engine 3 software. The sensitivity stages can only be changed in increments of 250 DPI, but that should still allow most of us to find a comfortable setting. Steel Engine 3 also allows users to reassign the actions of each mouse button and wheel direction, record macros and adjust lighting.

Lighting Style

The Rival 100 has two lighting areas: the mouse wheel and the SteelSeries logo on the palmwrest. Both areas share the same lighting setting, so you can't configure them independently, unfortunately. In addition to turning off the lights entirely, the Rival 100 offers three lighting settings to choose from:

  • Steady: Pick any color from the RGB spectrum to display as a solid color.
  • Breathe: The single color of your choice will pulse steadily at one of three selectable speeds.
  • Colorshift: The lights will cycle between a varieties of colors. Steel Engine offers four selectable palettes for Colorshift mode.

The Rival 100's lighting options might not be as expansive as those offered by Razer and Corsair, but they still offer a nice bit of flash (and choice) for a mouse at this price point.

Settings chosen in the Steel Engine software are saved directly to the mouse, so they will carry over when using the mouse on different machines.

Bottom Line

The Rival 100 is the low-cost alternative to the Rs 4500 Rival 300 mouse. The Rival 100 brings a lot of value with its low price. You get a decent array of buttons (including sensitivity toggle, comfortable grips, and basic but attractive lighting. It's not the fanciest mouse out there, but budget-minded gamers will enjoy it. Plus it comes in a variety of attractive colors, not just black.

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Comments | Posted in Gaming By Tushar Jain

5 Best Laptop Under Rs 50,000 (May 2016)

Thursday, April 28, 2016 5:09:52 PM Asia/Calcutta

1. HP Pavilion 15 AB031TX M2W74PA 15.6 Inches

  • Cost- 52k
  • Specifications-
  • Intel Core i5-5200U Processor2.2 GHz Processor
  • 4 GB DDR3
  • 1TB hard drive
  • 2 GB DDR3 GeForce 940M, 1920 x 1080 Pixels


2. ACER Aspire E5-574G 15.6-Inch Laptop

  • Cost – 50k
  • Specifications-
  • Core i5 6200U (6th gen)
  • 8GB DDR3 RAM
  • 1TB 5400rpm SATA
  • Nvidia GeForce 940M, 2GB, 1366 x 768 pixel


3. Lenovo Z5170 15.6-inch Laptop

  • Cost- 46k
  • Specifications-
  • Core i5 5200U (5th gen)
  • 4 GB DDR3
  • 1 TB HD
  • ATI M360, 2GB 1366 x 768 pixel


4. HP Pavilion 15 ab029TX 15.6 Inch Laptop

  • Cost- 50k
  • Specifications-
  • Intel Core i5-5200U (5th gen) upto 2.7GHz
  • 4 GB DDR3
  • 1TB 5400 RPM SATA HDD
  • Nvidia GeForce 940M 2GB, 1920 x 1080 pixels


5. Asus XO043T R Series R558U 15.6-Inch Laptop

  • Cost- 50k
  • Specifications-
  • Core i5 6200U (5th gen)
  • 8GB DDR3 RAM
  • 1TB HD
  • Nvidia GT 930M 2GB 1366 x 768 pixel
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Quantum Break - Can you run it ?

Wednesday, April 13, 2016 5:20:28 PM Asia/Calcutta

Quantum break system requirement released for pc

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Comments | Posted in Gaming By tushar jain

Thermaltake Water 3.0 Extreme S CPU Cooler Performance

Tuesday, April 12, 2016 3:30:34 PM Asia/Calcutta


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Steelseries Rival 300

Tuesday, April 5, 2016 3:44:59 PM Asia/Calcutta




  • Material: Soft Touch Black, Glossy White, Matte Grey
  • Ergonomic, Right-Handed
  • Grip Style: Palm or Claw
  • Number of Buttons: 6
  • SteelSeries Switches: Rated for 30 Million Clicks
  • Weight: 130 g, 0.287 lbs
  • Height: 133 mm, 5.23 in
  • Width: 70 mm, 2.76 in
  • Cable Length: 2 m, 6.5 ft


  • Sensor Name: Pixart PMW3310
  • Sensor Type: Optical
  • CPI: Increments from 1 to 6500
  • IPS: 200
  • Acceleration: 50 gs
  • Polling Rate: 1 ms
  • Zero Hardware Acceleration
  • Tracking Accuracy: 1:1

Customization Options

  • Gamesense Support
  • SteelSeries Engine Support: SSE3
  • Multiple CPI Options
  • Programmable Buttons
  • Onboard Profile Storage
  • Acceleration Customization
  • Deceleration Customization
  • Color Options: 16.8 Million
  • Printable 3-D Nameplate
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