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Lenovo PH has just announced the arrival of the IdeaPhone P780 in our country, and as you would expect from their previous P7xx offering, this new Android smartphone also packs a monstrous battery pack. 4000mAh to be exact.

With its ample power source, Lenovo claims that the P780 can last up to a day and a half of continuous voice calls on a single full charge. Talk about longevity, eh?

lenovo p780 specs

The P780 also has a pretty decent specs sheet to go along with its gargantuan battery pack. This includes a 1.2GHz quad-core processor, 1GB of RAM and a 5-inch IPS LCD with 720p

You gotta love gadgets that has more than one purpose but doesn’t hamper their primary function. Take for example this new wireless mouse from Genius which should be that mouse you carry with your laptop when on the go.

Genius-EnergyMouse

The Genius Energy Mouse may look like your typical wireless mouse but it has a USB port to charge itself and your mobile devices. It’s one of the hybrid peripherals Genius introduced at Computex last June. It has a built-in 2,700mAh Li-Polymer battery that can charge your phones or

If you’re still considering getting a Nexus 4 now might be a good time as the Google flagship receives a price cut and now starts at less than $200.

Granted that you live in the US or know someone who lives there and can ship it for you, you can purchase an 8GB Nexus 4 at the Google Play Store for $199, while the 16GB variant costs $249.

Nexus 4

With the huge price drop, the Nexus 4 becomes a more affordable “pure Google” offering compared to the pricier Google Play

Lenovo has announced their new set of touch-enabled Windows 8-powered Ultrabooks with bendable displays, the Flex 14 and the Flex 15.

The Lenovo Flex is similar to the functions of the Lenovo Yoga as it can bend the display all the way back. Well, almost. That is because the Flex can only turn its display up to a maximum of 300 degrees as opposed to the Yoga’s 360.

lenovo_flex14

The Flex 14 sports a 14-inch display with a resolution of 1366 x 788. It is powered by an Intel Core i5-4200U CPU,

 

 

Razer has just announced a partnership with Grinding Gear Games, an independent game development company and creator of Path of Exile. Path of Exile is an action RPG game that is on its way this coming October. This partnership further underscores the company’s dedication to independent game development.

Along with the online gossips about a Windows RT-powered tablet, Nokia is also rumored to be working on a 6-inch Windows Phone handset which currently goes by the moniker Bandit.

lumia 1520

The Nokia Lumia 1520, Bandit’s official product name according to @EVLeaks, is also believed to sport a 1080p resolution to go along with its massive display. If it materializes, then the “Bandit” will not only be the

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