Tuesday, November 24, 2015
Twenty years ago I had purchased my first mobile handset, with no internet & with no camera at all. My second one was a small
2 inches by 5
inches Samsung mobile with one inch screen with internet and a 1.2 MP
camera. When I could open Google on it, it looked amazing to me and I rushed to
show it to my parents. Speed at that time was amazing 128 kbps and that looked
great to me as I could open my mail box over it and could click pictures also.
The speed of internet connection on my Desktop at that time was 256 kbps with
500 MB monthly.
Technology changed and then came the big touch screen phones with massive screens, and I purchased one with a 5 MP camera in it along with FB and many other features. It was really awesome to find FB on your mobile with great 2G / 3G connectivity. The speed of internet on my desktop at that time was 1 MBPS with 5 GB monthly.
Technology changed again and it was the whatsApp era now on the smartphones with 3G. So bought the Android mobile with big
inches of screen, 13 MP Camera and a lot more features that included rear
& front camera making everyone a Selfie Master.
But Soon it changed to the Broadband. The speed of the Internet now on my Desktop was 10 MBPS with 40 GB monthly with a WiFi Router connecting many devices. Now my handset has been always open for one of my E mail accounts, FB, Twitter, WhatsApp and so on.
It also created a big problem because when you are out of the range of your wifi connectivity, the 3G Data card looked so obsolete, so slow that you can’t work smoothly while on the go.
And than came the era of 4G i.e. internet on the go. It offered the high speed internet connectivity while moving from one place to another or while away from your WiFi. It works better on a mobile suitable for a 4G sim powered by Octacore. So i have now taken a 4G mobile with a 4G Sim for smooth working, anywhere, anytime. Thanks to the new technology.
Friday, November 20, 2015
Hang out with the Honda Jazz at the Buddh International Circuit was a great fun. It was a double excitement for all of us as we were invited to drive the new Honda Jazz and that too, at the
The biggest product comeback of 2015 looked quite impressive. The features of the new car were explained to us by none other than the V Channel VJ, UD. We came to know that it had a fuel efficient 1.5-litre i-DTEC diesel engine along with the potent 1.2-litre petrol mill. The new hatch will have the City's 6-speed manual transmission and will be paired with the 1.5-litre i-DTEC diesel.
The fuel efficiency of the Honda Jazz with a diesel engine is said to be 27.3 Km/l where as Honda claims that the petrol CVT delivers 19 Km/l, while mileage claims on the manual are at 18.7 Km/l. Honda has made certain changes in the dimensions of the car which is slightly longer by
We were offered the two versions of Honda Jazz i.e. the Automatic one & the manual. The combination of Honda Jazz as well the BIC had filled the utmost energy in us. In the meantime, BIC team explained us about the risk factors of the Formula one Track & instructed us with the do’s and don’t. They requested us to follow the guidelines very strictly as they had over 50 cams at various locations to keep an eye on us.
We selected our model & soon we were driving Honda Jazz at the Formula one Racing arena at the Buddh International circuit at Greater Noida. We had the comfort, space, technology, power, mileage and innovation in our hands. We were almost flying on the tracks at various speed levels to enjoy the ride. It was a great fun. It was amazing.
We had a chat with Mr Katsushi Inoue, President & CEO of Honda Cars India Ltd. Even he was very eager to explain us about the new technology. Please view a small video covering the entire event with Honda Jazz at the Buddh International Circuit.
Thursday, November 5, 2015
We were in Mumbai for three days. Visited all the places that included Juhu, Chaupati, Bandara Markets, Andheri, Gate way of India, Marine Drive, Nariman point, Church gate etc. etc. After the Juhu Chaupati, our next destination was Bandra Market. There were many shops selling clothes and all sort of things. We did some shopping for our kids, though it was a difficult task as it was hot summer there and we required clothes suitable for the upcoming winters in Delhi.
Once free from shopping for our kids, we moved towards the Gate Way of India. It was again a great view. Though visited this place many a time, still it always gives a fresh look with warmth. We took a boat towards the sea trip as to go to the Elephanta caves was of no use, as it was Monday.
We were in Mumbai for three days. Visited all the places that included Juhu, Chaupati, Bandara Markets, Andheri, Gate way of India, Marine Drive, Nariman point, Church gate etc. etc.
It was real fun at Juhu Chaupati. We were there at around 8 pm. It was the day of Karwa Chauth and with no moon in view any where and it had resulted into the sea gone far away from the shore i.e. deep inside. We walked over a km inside the sea bed to touch the waves. Once out, we visited the Chaupati eateries and tasted almost everything that included Pav bhaji, Bhel puri, Kala Khatta, Gol Gappa, Wada pav as well the hot cup of tea.