Lenovo ideapad 310 review

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The best price of Lenovo Ideapad 310 (80TV00XXIH)(i5 7th Gen/8GB/1TB/DOS/2GB GFX) is Rs. 48,890. You can buy Lenovo Ideapad 310 (80TV00XXIH)(i5 7th Gen/8GB/1TB/DOS/2GB GFX) at best price from Tech2enjoy  via mrpsyclone. We update prices multiple times a day, the latest update was done today i.e. 22nd June 2017. We have looked across 2 stores for the best price of all Lenovo offerings for you. This price, EMI and COD (Cash On Delivery) offers is given by the merchant like Flipkart, OnlyMobiles, Snapdeal, Shopclues, eBay, Amazon etc whom we work with to offer Lenovo Ideapad 310 (80TV00XXIH)(i5 7th Gen/8GB/1TB/DOS/2GB GFX) to you. Our services don’t cost you anything extra. All prices in INR & generally valid in all cities like Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Chennai & Pune. Please do report any errors in specs of Lenovo Ideapad 310 (80TV00XXIH)(i5 7th Gen/8GB/1TB/DOS/2GB GFX).


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Lenovo Ideapad 310 (80TV00XXIH)(i5 7th Gen/8GB/1TB/DOS/2GB GFX) is a laptop with a screen size of 15.6 inch and bears a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels. This machine features a Intel Core i5 (7th Gen) running at 2.5GHz. Complementing the processor is 8GB of RAM of the DDR4 variety. It has a 1TB Hard Drive (HDD). The rotational speed of the internal hard drive is 5400 RPM. The front-facing camera on bears a resolution of 0.3MP. For connecting peripherals like a keyboard or mouse, this laptop features USB 2.0 ports. Lenovo has been generous to include USB 3.0 connectivity as well. You can install games and other applications from CDs and DVDs using the optical drive. To transfer photos from a digital camera to this laptop, you can use the following media cards: SD, SDHC, SDXC.

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Intensive graphics requirements are catered to using the 2GB Graphics that are onboard the GPU. The audiophile in you will have to make do with the following ports: Headphone + Microphone Combo Jack. The sound output you have 2 x 1.5W Speakers provided in Ideapad 310 (80TV00XXIH)(i5 7th Gen/8GB/1TB/DOS/2GB GFX). Like most computers today, Lenovo ships this laptop with WiFi connectivity support. Bluetooth connectivity is supported for wireless pairing with computer accessories. In case you’re wondering about the weight of this computer, it is 2.2 kg. The manufacturer claims that the battery life can last for 5 hours. Typing long documents is aided by the QWERTY + Numpad kind of keyboard. Out of the box, you get DOS with this laptop. In case something goes wrong it, you need not worry because it comes with a 3 Year warranty.


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HTC One ME Dual SIM With 20-Megapixel Camera Launched at Rs. 40,500


After launching its high-end smartphone, the One ME Dual SIM, in China earlier this month, HTC on Wednesday launched the smartphone in India at Rs. 40,500. The smartphone would hit the shelves by the end of this month in Meteor Grey and Classic Rose Gold colour variants.

HTC One ME Dual SIM’s claim to fame is the 64-bit MediaTek Helio X10 processor, which was launched during MWC 2015 in March. The handset also appears to be the first smartphone announced to be powered by the Helio X10 processor. The SoC features eight Cortex-A53 cores clocked at 2.2GHz and is clubbed with 3GB of RAM.

The smartphone sports a 5.2-inch QHD (1440×2560 pixels) resolution display and runsHTC Sense 7 UI on top of Android 5.0 Lollipop. The smartphone, like the flagship HTC One M9, comes with 32GB of inbuilt storage, which can be further expanded via microSD card (up to 2TB).

As for the camera, the One ME Dual SIM features a 20-megapixel rear camera with BSI sensor and f/2.2 aperture, and 4-UltraPixel front-facing camera with f/2.0 aperture. The handset also comes with a fingerprint sensor besides an ambient light sensor, proximity sensor, accelerometer, digital compass, and gyroscope.

The 4G-enabled HTC One ME Dual SIM also includes NFC, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS/ A-GPS, dual-band Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n/ac, DLNA, and Micro-USB 2.0 connectivity. As with most of the HTC smartphones, the handset features HTC BoomSound dual-front speakers powered by Dolby Audio.

Measuring 150.99×71.99×9.75mm and weighing 155 grams, the HTC One ME Dual SIM is backed by a 2840mAh battery that is rated to deliver up to 23.3 hours of talk time and 598 hours of standby time on 3G networks.

“Known for its expertise in design, as well as for offering the best in class features customised as per their consumers lifestyle, HTC doesn’t disappoint, offering brilliant performance in a stunning device which reinterprets the HTC way that people can relate to.” said Faisal Siddiqui, President, South Asia, HTC during the launch. “The HTC One ME Dual SIM is an outstanding device to perfectly suit your style in its own unique way.”

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about the climate

To put it simply, there are a lot of people on this planet. Since 1705, the world’s population has grown from one and a half billion to over seven billion people.

population increase 1705 to today


“That’s the problem,” Bill points out. “There’s billions of people breathing and burning the same thin atmosphere.”

Billions of people breathing

As a result, carbon dioxide concentration in the earth’s atmosphere has increased at an alarming speed. This is making the earth’s climate warmer.

carbon concentration


Despite these trends, Nye is optimistic in our ability to find new ways of harnessing energy, including solar power and wind.

“With the right attitude, we could, dare I say it — change the world.”

change the world

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Scientists are making people jog for 3D-printed chocolate rewards

A 3D food printer processing chocolate treats to reward people who exercise.
In a tasty science experiment, 10 Melbourne families will host a 3D printer in their home that will make chocolate treats based on how much they exercise.

The trial aims to study if printing chocolate is enough to make exercise enjoyable, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology researcher Rohit Ashok Khot told Mashable Australia, as well as explore new ways to represent corporeal data.


A chocolate smiley face produced on a 3D food printer to reward people who exercise.


The subject’s daily exercise data will be tracked, and each evening, chocolate will be printed on the EdiPulse 3D printer reflecting the energy they expended over the entire day. If the user is on track with his fitness goal, for example, he will get a smiley face printed. If he is sedentary, he will get a frowny face. Flowers and messages such as “Well done, Mate!” can also be printed.

“We think of it as positive reinforcement,” Khot said. “It’s not directly looked at in terms of the size and quantity, but the more exercise you do, the more cheerful and beautiful the chocolate becomes.”

Khot’s work is focused on exploring new ways to represent information, including in an edible fashion. “People like to track their exercise data using things like Fitbits, but that only gets seen in numbers and graphs on a screen,” he said. “Now that we can track exercise, why not connect it to an edible material?”

And don’t worry, the subjects can’t run their way into obesity — the dark chocolate treats will be restricted to around 30 millilitres a day. Khot hopes the study will be completed by September.


RMIT researcher Rohit Khot with chocolate printed on a 3D food printer.


So, why chocolate? While everybody enjoys chocolate, it’s the best possible food that can be printed today from a technical standpoint. In the future, Khot hopes to be able to print healthy snacks.

There could be commercial applications for his research, but for now, Khot is hoping to inspire others to look differently at food printing and consider new ways of quantifying the self. “In the future, people could have such appliances in the home and we are exploring how they could use them,” he added.

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10 Programming Languages You Should Learn Right Now

The tech sector is booming. If you’ve used a smartphone or logged on to a computer at least once in the last few years, you’ve probably noticed this.

As a result, coding skills are in high demand, with programming jobs paying significantly more than the average position. Even beyond the tech world, an understanding of at least one programming language makes an impressive addition to any resumé.

The in-vogue languages vary by employment sector. Financial and enterprise systems need to perform complicated functions and remain highly organized, requiring languages like Java and C#. Media- and design-related webpages and software will require dynamic, versatile and functional languages with minimal code, such as Ruby, PHP, JavaScript and Objective-C.

With some help from Lynda.com, we’ve compiled a list of 10 of the most sought-after programming languages to get you up to speed.

1. Java



What it is: Java is a class-based, object-oriented programming language developed by Sun Microsystems in the 1990s. It’s one of the most in-demand programming languages, a standard for enterprise software, web-based content, games and mobile apps, as well as the Androidoperating system. Java is designed to work across multiple software platforms, meaning a program written on Mac OS X, for example, could also run on Windows.

Where to learn it: Udemy, Lynda.com, Oracle.com, LearnJavaOnline.org.

2. C Language

C Language


What it is: A general-purpose, imperative programming language developed in the early ’70s, C is the oldest and most widely used language, providing the building blocks for other popular languages, such as C#, Java, JavaScript and Python. C is mostly used for implementing operating systems and embedded applications.

Because it provides the foundation for many other languages, it is advisable to learn C (and C++) before moving on to others.

Where to learn it: Learn-C, Introduction To Programming, Lynda.com, CProgramming.com,Learn C The Hard Way.

3. C++

C Plus Plus


What it is: C++ is an intermediate-level language with object-oriented programming features, originally designed to enhance the C language. C++ powers major software like Firefox, Winampand Adobe programs. It’s used to develop systems software, application software, high-performance server and client applications and video games.

Where to learn it: Udemy, Lynda.com, CPlusPlus.com, LearnCpp.com, CProgramming.com.

4. C#

C Sharp


What it is: Pronounced “C-sharp,” C# is a multi-paradigm language developed by Microsoft as part of its .NET initiative. Combining principles from C and C++, C# is a general-purpose language used to develop software for Microsoft and Windows platforms.

Where to learn it: Udemy, Lynda.com, Microsoft Virtual Academy, TutorialsPoint.com.

5. Objective-C



What it is: Objective-C is a general-purpose, object-oriented programming language used by theApple operating system. It powers Apple’s OS X and iOS, as well as its APIs, and can be used to create iPhone apps, which has generated a huge demand for this once-outmoded programming language.

Where to learn it: Udemy, Lynda.com, Mac Developer Library, Cocoa Dev Central, Mobile Tuts+.

6. PHP



What it is: PHP (Hypertext Processor) is a free, server-side scripting language designed for dynamic websites and app development. It can be directly embedded into an HTML source document rather than an external file, which has made it a popular programming language for web developers. PHP powers more than 200 million websites, including WordPress, Digg andFacebook.

Where to learn it: Udemy, Codecademy, Lynda.com, Treehouse, Zend Developer Zone,PHP.net.

7. Python



What it is: Python is a high-level, server-side scripting language for websites and mobile apps. It’s considered a fairly easy language for beginners due to its readability and compact syntax, meaning developers can use fewer lines of code to express a concept than they would in other languages. It powers the web apps for Instagram, Pinterest and Rdio through its associated web framework, Django, and is used by Google, Yahoo! and NASA.

Where to learn it: Udemy, Codecademy, Lynda.com, LearnPython.org, Python.org.

8. Ruby



What it is: A dynamic, object-oriented scripting language for developing websites and mobile apps, Ruby was designed to be simple and easy to write. It powers the Ruby on Rails (or Rails) framework, which is used on Scribd, GitHub, Groupon and Shopify. Like Python, Ruby is considered a fairly user-friendly language for beginners.

Where to learn it: Codecademy, Code School, TryRuby.org, RubyMonk.

9. JavaScript



What it is: JavaScript is a client and server-side scripting language developed by Netscape that derives much of its syntax from C. It can be used across multiple web browsers and is considered essential for developing interactive or animated web functions. It is also used in game development and writing desktop applications. JavaScript interpreters are embedded in Google’s Chrome extensions, Apple’s Safari extensions, Adobe Acrobat and Reader, and Adobe’s Creative Suite.

Where to learn it: Codecademy, Lynda.com, Code School, Treehouse, Learn-JS.org.

10. SQL


What it is: Structured Query Language (SQL) is a special-purpose language for managing data in relational database management systems. It is most commonly used for its “Query” function, which searches informational databases. SQL was standardized by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) in the 1980s.

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Dacuda unveils PocketScan wireless scanner

While we have seen how popular wireless speakers have become over the years, do spare a thought when it comes toscanners. Most of us would not give two hoots about a scanner, really, since there isn’t too much to deal with here – just pop in a particular page, and let the scanner get to work, right? Well, perhaps what you see here might change your perspective as well as viewpoint on what a scanner is all about. I am referring to the Dacuda PocketScan wireless scanner, where it has been touted to be the world’s smallest wireless scanner available to users regardless of where they are on the globe. Basically, you can pick up the limited Kickstarter edition of PocketScan at a promotional price point of $99 – but when the calendar bids adieu to July 19, then the sticker price would touch the $169 mark.

This will be a public launch that will follow PocketScan’s Kickstarter campaign, which was a huge success by itself as it managed to surpass the $50,000 mark by raising a cool $542,732 in June last year, which have resulted in it being one of the most successful projects in Kickstarter’s history back then. Needless to say, Dacuda has taken all of that money and put it to good use, completing the trust in the campaign by contributors, and have shipped PocketScans to thousands of backers worldwide. In fact, the PocketScan worked so well, close to 90% of all users would actually recommend it to their friends.

The possibilities are virtually endless when it comes to what the PocketScan is capable of – imagine scanning and personalizing favorite recipes, or how about having text in foreign languages being translated easily and read out loud? Oh yeah, antique pictures that are all yellow on the sides can be preserved for all posterity too, even if those are too big for traditional scanners, they can easily be cataloged and treasured.

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iBall Slide WQ77 Windows 8.1 Tablet Available Online at Rs. 6,999


iBall’s new Slide-series tablet, the Slide WQ77, has gone on sale via an e-commerce website priced at Rs. 6,999.So far iBall has not officially unveiled the Slide WQ77 tablet for the Indian market, and at the time of writing, the tablet was not listed on the company’s website.

The iBall Slide WQ77 runs Windows 8.1 out-of-the-box and the Flipkart listing claims that the tablet will be upgradeable to Windows 10 when it’s launched later this year. It also comes with a 1-year Microsoft Office subscription, and 1TB of free OneDrive cloud storage. The online retailer for a limited period is also offering a free Teewe HDMI media streaming dongle worth Rs. 2,399 with the Slide WQ77 tablet.

It features a 7.85-inch IPS display with a resolution of 1024×768 pixels. The iBall Slide WQ77 is powered by an Intel Atom Z3735G processor (4 cores, 4 threads, base clock 1.3GHz, burst up to 1.83GHz) coupled with 1GB of DDR3 RAM. It comes with 16GB of built-in storage that is expandable via microSD card (up to 64GB).

The Slide WQ77 tablet sports a 5-megapixel rear camera, and a 2-megapixel front-facing camera. The tablet is backed by a 4000mAh battery, the tablet also sports connectivity such as a USB with OTG functionality, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth. It measures 136.3×204.3×8.3mm and weighs 367 grams. The tablet is currently listed in Metallic Blue colour.

Last week, iBall in partnership with Microsoft India launched its first PC-on-a-stick device, Splendo. The Windows-based minicomputer, which is meant to turn a TV into a PC or Smart TV, was priced at Rs. 8,999. The iBall Splendo would go on sale in early July across the country and be available via online and TV retail channels. Much like other PC-on-a-stick devices, the iBall Splendo could also fit in a pocket. The device required to be plugged into the HDMI input of the TV and is claimed to provide a complete Windows PC experience.