The Importance of Product Registration: Notes to Consumers and Brands

We all get excited about ordering a new gadget online, receiving it in record time and starting to use it. But how many of us bother to track down the product registration link of the maker and enter all the details to register the product? Very few, in our observation. Why is product registration important? The first and the foremost reason is to avoid warranty claim issues. Several times, when… Read More


Premium delivery service Amazon Prime launched in India

As an effort to expand its India operations, Amazon India has launched its prime subscription service in India. Amazon Prime will offer “unlimited one-day and two-day delivery” services, and “discounted same-day, morning and scheduled deliveries”, in selected cities. There will be with no minimum order size. Prime Video, which will include Amazon original TV series and movies besides other Indian and global content, is expected to be launched as a… Read More


Amazon refreshes Kindle e-reader to a lighter, thinner device at $80

It’s time for the heavily-priced Amazon’s E-reader Kindle Oasis to leave the limelight. Amazon has made another launch, this time lighter and thinner, not only by its design, but also by its price. Weighed at 161gms, with a six-inch display, the new Kindle comes for $79.99 (Rs. 5999). Well, the new Kindle has got twice the memory when compared to its predecessor – 8GB, meaning it can hold double the… Read More


Amazon India tweaks policies, no longer offer refunds on electronics

Amazon India has tweaked its return and refund policies for electronic products. In accordance with the changes made in the policies, the e-commerce giant will no longer offer a refund on electronic products such as Laptops, Monitors, Desktops, Camera Lenses, and Cameras. These electronic products (purchased after May 11) are only eligible for replacements, not refunds. As explained by Amazon, if a customer receives a damaged product then he/she can… Read More

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Fitbit Blaze smart tracker goes official in India via Amazon, priced at Rs. 19,999

Fitbit unveiled its new fitness tracker, the Fitbit Blaze, during CES 2016. The fitness tracker is a successor to Fitbit Surge, but with more smartwatch-like features. The wearable is compatible with Android, iOS, and Windows Phone devices, and is bundled with a battery life of 5 days. It is now available in India for Rs. 19,999 through Amazon in small and large size options, depending on users. It will be… Read More


Motorola smartphones now available on inaugural discounts via Amazon India

Amazon India has made two new additions to its array of Motorola smartphones. The e-commerce retailer has started selling Moto E (Gen 2) 4G and Moto 360 smartwatch with inaugural offers. The Moto E (Gen 2) 4G carries an INR 1,000 off on its regular price of INR 6,999, while the Moto 360 smartwatch comes with a discount of INR 2,000. Other Moto smartphones including Moto X Force, Moto G… Read More


XOLO ERA X with 5-inch display and 4G available for sale on Amazon at Rs. 5,777

For those who look for an affordable smartphone with decent specifications, XOLO’s new ERA X could be a choice. XOLO ERA X features a 5-inch HD IPS display protected with Corning Gorilla Glass. It runs on Android v5.1, Lollipop and offers dual SIM functionality. It is powered by a 1.5 GHz quad-core chipset paired with 2GB DDR3 RAM. The storage of the smartphone is 8GB, which is expandable up to 32GB… Read More


Huawei Honor Holly 2 Plus to go on sale on Amazon and Flipkart from February 15 midnight

Huawei’s Honor Holly 2 Plus is all set to go on sale on Amazon and Flipkart from February 15 at midnight, at a price of Rs. 8,499 in India. The device is touted to be designed especially for the Indian market, and it supports various connectivity options such as 2G/3G/4G LTE and CDMA.Commenting on the sale announcement, Huawei India President of Consumer Business Group Allen Wang said,“We have seen a… Read More


Lenovo K4 Note set to go on sale without registrations from February 15

Here is a good news for all those who have been planning to buy Lenovo’s latest smartphone, the K4 Note. The company announced that the device will now be up for sale without registrations in India from February 15. Lenovo sold whopping 1,80,000 units through flash sales until now, and now to fetch more buyers, the device is all set to be free from the registration re-requisites. Lenovo launched the K4… Read More


Motorola Moto G Turbo Edition and Moto G (3rd Gen) now up for sale on Amazon, Flipkart loses its exclusivity

Motorola is trying to increase its reach outside Flipkart’s bubble in India. The company has now tied up with Amazon as well to sell its smartphones — Moto G (3rd Gen) and Moto G Turbo Edition. As of now, the Moto G (third-generation) 16GB variant is up for sale on Amazon at Rs. 10,999, while the 8GB variant will be up for grabs by the end of this week. The… Read More


Amazon launches White touchscreen Kindle in India, priced at Rs. 5,999

Amazon has been offering a wide range of Kindles in India. The catalog of Kindle products is well diverse, catering to different price segments. However, regarding color customization, the devices were limited to the color Black. Today, Amazon has launched a White color touchscreen Kindle for the Indian market. The White Kindle belongs to the entry level, and the Black variant of it was launched in September last year, at the… Read More


Here are the best smartphone, tablet, and accessory deals from Snapdeal today

Every year, Google organises the annual online sale – the Great Indian Shopping Festival – that promises great discounts and offers for online buyers. However, this year, Flipkart has announced its own version of such sale dubbed ‘Big Billion Days’, which is starting from October 13, and will continue till October 17, 2015. To compete with Flipkart, two other major online stores – Amazon India and Snapdeal – have announced their… Read More


Motorola Moto E (2nd Gen) not exclusive to Flipkart anymore, available on Amazon and Snapdeal

Motorola has finally ended Flipkart’s exclusivity over its Moto E (Gen 2) range of smartphones. In the latest development, the company has collaborated with Flipkart’s rival companies, Amazon and Snapdeal. Not just that, the company will be selling the device via offline channels as well, and in a bid to move the plan, Motorola has partnered with Brightstar for future distribution across India. Users can now buy the Moto E… Read More

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