Hitesh Raj Bhagat

  • ET review: Apple iPad Air

    ET review: Apple iPad Air

    Now in its fifth generation, the iPad remains as desirable as ever. Ditching the numerical moniker, it’s now iPad Air, a reference to the new ultra-thin design.

    ET Review: HTC One Max

    ET Review: HTC One Max

    HTC’s approach has been to stretch the same design into this 5.9-inch device. This doesn’t work for a couple of reasons.

    How to sharpen up your document skills

    How to sharpen up your document skills

    The popular document editors that we use are a great deal more versatile than we give them credit for. They have loads of powerful features that you probably don’t use.

    ET Review: Asus Fonepad 7

    ET Review: Asus Fonepad 7

    The Fonepad 7 is a follow up to the affordable Fonepad — a device which we quite liked (it's still available for about Rs 13,000).

    ET Review: Lenovo Yoga Tablet 8

    ET Review: Lenovo Yoga Tablet 8

    The power button (which doubles up as a notification LED) is on one end of the cylinder while the 3.5mm jack is on the other end.

    The Chromebook's coming of age

    The Chromebook's coming of age

    They're not laptops in the traditional sense, but Google Chromebooks are affordable, well-designed and serve a variety of uses.

    ET Review: Kobo Touch

    ET Review: Kobo Touch

    The Touch is Kobo's most basic eReader. It has a 6-inch pearl (matte finish) e-ink display and an understated design.

  • Hitesh Raj Bhagat

    Celebrating the gadget that fostered my childhood

    If you’re anywhere between the ages of 10 and 50, you’ve probably heard of the Walkman – Sony’s iconic brand, first invented in 1979. At the time, the cassette tapes had been around, and they...

    Hitesh Raj Bhagat

    Why the light bulb is responsible for your gadget lust

    Why the light bulb is responsible for your gadget lust It was the early 1900’s when the tungsten incandescent bulb was first invented and commercialised. It was the culmination of decades of research by hundreds...

    Hitesh Raj Bhagat

    The Problem With Indian Movie Theatres

    The problem with Indian movie theatres With all the piracy that’s doing the rounds, you would think that movie theatres would be a concerned lot. Sure, they’re always on the lookout for someone recording their...

    Hitesh Raj Bhagat

    Smartphone prices: The skimming pricing scheme

    If you think that smartphones are getting too expensive, you’re not alone. The psycologial Rs50k barrier was broken long back by the iPhone 5S and now the Galaxy S5 and HTC One (M8) are also...

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