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Sulabh Puri is the Editor In Chief of GadgetBridge.com. A content specialist, he started his career young and it has been a rewarding 15 years for him. Before heading Gadget Bridge, he was the Editor of Times of India (TOI) Technology and GadgetsNow.com. He has also led TOI’s international edit arm as the Editorial Head of Business Insider India and Tech Radar India. He has also worked with various media houses such as the India Today Group and Cybermedia. He loves everything ‘gadgety’ and enjoys tinkering with new tech toys and automobiles. A graduate in commerce from Delhi University, he is also an adept graphic designer. When he is not working, he can be found in the kitchen, cooking mouth-watering chocolate cakes and croissants.
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Acer P Series Android TV (42-inches) review: Quite good for the price

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Acer is a Taiwanese company that is famous for exceptional laptops and computer products. Now they have licensed their brand to Indkal Technologies who are producing Acer brand of TVs in India. The licensee...
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Xiaomi Mi Notebook Ultra review: An ultra-premium notebook with exceptional daily performance

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Xiaomi has recently started producing laptops for the global and Indian markets and they have already become a force to reckon with. At competitive prices, they are bringing good looking and powerful laptops for...
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 review

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 review: Love at third sight

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The folding smartphones culture started a few years ago with Samsung and Huawei bringing foldable phones in the same year. Sadly, Huawei went out of the race here, however, Samsung is still strong as...
Sony SRS XG500 review

Sony SRS XG500 review: An audio bazooka

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If you ask us, Sony has been leading the house party speakers segment along with LG. Sony speakers are not super expensive like some of the others, but they deliver superb sound, which is...
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Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra Review: A good start to the year for Samsung

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After last year’s S20 series with its good cameras and performance, we were not sure how Samsung will top it off this year. But to our amazement with the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra, the...
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Oppo Enco X true wireless noise cancelling earphones review: Premium end auditory

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As we have said before, the Indian market is flooded with true wireless earphones, which now come in various shapes and sizes. The latest to enter the Indian audio arena is Oppo Enco X...
Gadget Bridge Awards

Gadget Bridge Awards 2020: Best gadgets of the year and all the winners

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Welcome everyone to Gadget Bridge Awards 2020. This is the second time we are doing our yearly awards to know the best of the best in the tech and gadget circuits. All the nominations...
Gadget Bridge Awards 2020 - Nominations

Gadget Bridge Awards 2.0-20: Nominations and contenders in each category

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Update: You can find all the winners here.  In 2019, we held our very first consumer tech and gadgets awards and we truly appreciated the tremendous response. Like I said then also, I always wanted...
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Hisense Android TV 43A71F review: Great visuals and audio

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Hisense might be a new entrant in India, but we have experienced its TVs plenty of times at CES (Consumer Electronics Show) at Las Vegas, USA. The company is known for giving great (latest)...
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Sony WH-1000XM4 wireless headphones review: A good upgrade with useful features

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The noise-cancelling series of headphones from Sony has been one of the best that comes to India and the world. Yes, it has competition from the likes of Bose and Sennheiser, but Sony usually...
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra review

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra review: The best-looking Samsung phone, ever!

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The song ‘Can’t take my eyes off you’ by Frankie Valli fits perfectly on this mobile phone. Yes, we are talking about Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra and it is a mobile device that...
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Sony WF-XB700 wireless headphones review: Sony has outdone themselves

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Sony is known for making exceptional audio and video products. The latest to come from the brand is Sony WF-XB700, which falls in their Extra Bass series of gadgets. These are truly wireless headphones,...
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Redmi Earbuds S Review: A sound investment

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Xiaomi is no longer just a smartphone brand. With its spinoff brands like Redmi, it has entered various genres of technology. We for one have been using their products since its inception in India...
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Samsung Galaxy S20+ Review: The 2020 flagship all of us have been waiting for

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Recently, Samsung unleashed three new smartphones in India. Yes, we are talking about the Samsung Galaxy S20, S20+ and S20 Ultra. These are the first set of flagships by the company in the year...
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Amazon Echo Auto Review: Making your car a bit smarter

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Amazon’s Echo products are by far one of the most advanced when it comes to AI integration, AKA Alexa. We have seen a flurry of products under the brand and one more that has...
Onida Fire TV Edition 32-inch TV review

Onida Fire TV Edition 32-inch TV review: A good smart option at affordable price

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Onida was a household brand in the late ’80s and most of the ’90s. However, with the emergence of television from makers such as Samsung and LG, the homegrown brand has always been on...
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Tech Trends 2020: What will the year 2020 hold for gadgets and technology

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You don’t have to be a diehard cricket fan to love the sound of 2020 (twenty-twenty). And like its new-age cricket counterpart, this year is going to be fast, expensive and impactful. If you...
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Dell XPS 13, Latitude 9510 laptops and Alienware monitor showcased before CES 2020

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Consumer Electronics Show or CES of this year is going to start in a few days’ time and companies like Dell have already started launching devices. At CES we get to see a lot...

Gadget Bridge Awards 2019: Here are all the contenders in each category and other...

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Well, in my previous stints I always wanted to do Gadget Awards. But I guess it did not happen because fate wanted me to do the best one first. This is my, the team's...
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Super Seven: Best smartphones to buy this festive season

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As the phones get smarter their shelf life becomes shorter. Why? Newer and better versions packed with intelligent features are available at the click of a button. By 2022 tech giants plan to launch...
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus review

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus Review: The luxury phone fit for both work and...

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Let me begin by saying that Samsung went all the way in designing, software integrating and bringing a whole new side of the S-pen with the new Galaxy Note 10 Plus. We have been...
Sony WH-XB900N headphones review

Sony WH-XB900N headphones review: The same sugary sound at a lesser price

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When it comes to great audio, there are only a handful of premium headphone makers available in India. And the most sought after, which has been doing business for years in India is Sony....
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Sony SRS-XB32 Extra Bass Bluetooth speaker review: Let’s get the party started

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Sony is known to build some great music equipment including headphones and Bluetooth speakers. The latest from their camp is the Sony SRS-XB32 Bluetooth speaker, which come with an extra bit of bass punch....
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Fujifilm India is aiming to capture 20 percent mirrorless camera market, has no plans...

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Fujifilm India has been getting aggressive in the Indian market. we recently caught up with Mr Haruto Iwata, Managing Director Fujifilm India. He gave us good insights into the industry and wants to gain...
Adcom Luminosa wireless headphones

Adcom Luminosa wireless headphones review: Great inexpensive sound

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Adcom Luminosa wireless headphones were launched in India a little while ago and they fall in the inexpensive wireless headset’s category. We tested these over the ear headphone to see what makes the fat...

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