Portronics Harmonics 200 Retractable Bluetooth water-resistant headphones launched for Rs. 2999

Portronics, popular for its accessories has launched Harmonics 200 Retractable Bluetooth Stereo headphones. It lets you pull out and insert the tethered earbud into your ear for music listening and answering calls. It has ergonomically designed ear hooks, with snug fit ear buds, a durable Silicon Material neckband and a lightweight body of 67 grams.

Easy Control Buttons allows you to play music and take calls effortlessly with just one-touch control by simply pressing them. It has Hydrophobic nano coating and IPX5 rating.

Features of Portronics Harmonics 200

Bluetooth 4.1, advanced CSR chipset, and CVC background noise reduction technology
 Retractable earbuds that can easily be extended to both of your ears.
Easy Controls Buttons allows you to control music and calls effortlessly and accurately with one-touch controls located intuitively on the neckband.
 Compatible with all Bluetooth enabled phones including Android, Smart phones and iPhones.
Weights 67 grams
Hydrophobic nano coating and IPX5 rating ensure effortless performance in practically any environment
3 pairs of ear tips of L/M/S sizes
Talk time / Playback of 18 hours and 300 hours of standby time

The Portronics Harmonics 200 comes in Black, Grey and White colors, is priced at Rs. 2999, but you can get it for as low as Rs. …

Portronics, popular for its accessories has launched Harmonics 200 Retractable Bluetooth Stereo headphones. It lets you pull out and insert the tethered earbud into your ear for music listening and answering calls. It has ergonomically designed ear hooks, with snug fit ear buds, a durable Silicon Material neckband and a lightweight body of 67 grams. Easy Control Buttons allows you to play music and take calls effortlessly with just one-touch control by simply pressing them. It has Hydrophobic nano coating and IPX5 rating. Features of Portronics Harmonics 200 Bluetooth 4.1, advanced CSR chipset, and CVC background noise reduction technology  Retractable earbuds that can easily be extended to both of your ears. Easy Controls Buttons allows you to control music and calls effortlessly and accurately with one-touch controls located intuitively on the neckband.  Compatible with all Bluetooth enabled phones including Android, Smart phones and iPhones. Weights 67 grams Hydrophobic nano coating and IPX5 rating ensure effortless performance in practically any environment 3 pairs of ear tips of L/M/S sizes Talk time / Playback of 18 hours and 300 hours of standby time The Portronics Harmonics 200 comes in Black, Grey and White colors, is priced at Rs. 2999, but you can get it for as low as Rs. ...

RentoMojo now lets you rent iPhone X, Pixel 2, Galaxy S9 and more smartphones on a monthly basis

Consumer leasing platform RentoMojo has introduced smartphone rentals which let users rent smartphones on a monthly basis and long-term periods as well. At launch, the company is offering the iPhone X, the iPhone 8 and a Google Pixel 2, Google Home, Galaxy S9, Galaxy Note 8 ranging from Rs 2,099 to Rs 9,299 for six, twelve, eighteen and twenty-four month periods.

However, the availability of the above-said products will vary depending on the city. Apart from the monthly rentals, consumers will have to pay an initial refundable deposit of one-two months rental amount at the time of booking the product. It also lets users keep the product permanently by paying the balance amount to RentoMojo.

As you can see, the currently available smartphones are flagships, but the company says that it is planning on eventually introducing affordable smartphones on its platform. RentoMojo claims to currently have 50,000 active users. The service is currently available in Bengaluru, Delhi, Gurgaon, Mumbai, and Noida and will eventually expand to Chennai, Hyderabad, and Pune in the next quarter. You can check out the currently available smartphones on RentoMoji here.

RentoMojo founder and CEO Geetansh Bamania said:
With this solution, you can lease out a phone for certain time period with the option to …

Consumer leasing platform RentoMojo has introduced smartphone rentals which let users rent smartphones on a monthly basis and long-term periods as well. At launch, the company is offering the iPhone X, the iPhone 8 and a Google Pixel 2, Google Home, Galaxy S9, Galaxy Note 8 ranging from Rs 2,099 to Rs 9,299 for six, twelve, eighteen and twenty-four month periods. However, the availability of the above-said products will vary depending on the city. Apart from the monthly rentals, consumers will have to pay an initial refundable deposit of one-two months rental amount at the time of booking the product. It also lets users keep the product permanently by paying the balance amount to RentoMojo. As you can see, the currently available smartphones are flagships, but the company says that it is planning on eventually introducing affordable smartphones on its platform. RentoMojo claims to currently have 50,000 active users. The service is currently available in Bengaluru, Delhi, Gurgaon, Mumbai, and Noida and will eventually expand to Chennai, Hyderabad, and Pune in the next quarter. You can check out the currently available smartphones on RentoMoji here. RentoMojo founder and CEO Geetansh Bamania said: With this solution, you can lease out a phone for certain time period with the option to ...

How IT can still influence LOB tech spend in the digital era

A newly hired CIO arrived at a $500-million consumer products company. He was surprised by what he found. “There wasn’t a standard way of evaluating and approving and managing technology,” recalls Tres Roeder, project management author, speaker, and consultant, who worked with that new CIO.

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A newly hired CIO arrived at a $500-million consumer products company. He was surprised by what he found. “There wasn’t a standard way of evaluating and approving and managing technology,” recalls Tres Roeder, project management author, speaker, and consultant, who worked with that new CIO.

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