Category: Consumer Electronics

Best Laptop Brands of 2020 with Ultimate Buying Guide

Published on May 18th, 2020 by

Are you searching for a laptop by the best brand? We’ve some of the best selling laptop brands available in the market by their performances and rankings. Just a decade ago a few brands were into making and selling laptop computers. Fortunately, healthy competition in consumer electronics made the laptops affordable. Now it’s no luxury[ Read More ]

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CPUs: Core Count vs Clock Speed, Which is Better?

Published on February 27th, 2020 by

Being in the tech industry I am being asked numbers of times, in CPUs what matters the more, core counts or clock speed. Neither more core counts won’t be beneficial nor clock speed alone, what we need is the best mix of both. Let’s understand the concept in detail. Without going into CPU’s architecture or[ Read More ]

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How Many Solar Panels Does it Take to Charge a 150 AH Battery?

Published on January 25th, 2020 by

If you’ve been planning to install an off-grid solar energy solution, it is an obvious thing one can ask: How many watts of solar panels do I need to charge a 150 AH battery? Or how much time it takes to 600 watts of the solar panels to charge a 150 AH battery full? In[ Read More ]

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What is No Load Shutdown in Inverter-UPS?

Published on November 8th, 2019 by

If any Inverter/UPS (both are same things) auto cuts the electric power supply when there is no load for a certain period of time is called a no-load shutdown. It’s only possible when the Inverter/UPS is on the battery mode or using power-saving mode. This feature is useful in many cases but could be annoying[ Read More ]

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Asynchronous vs Synchronous Execution

Published on October 26th, 2019 by

What is the difference between asynchronous and synchronous execution? In a systematic process, asynchronous execution is moving on another task before the earlier one finishes. On the other hand in synchronous execution is moving on another task only after finishing the earlier one. Almost every modern-day application is made asynchronous in order to make things[ Read More ]

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How Many Solar Panels are Required to Run 1 HP Motor?

Published on October 8th, 2019 by

How many solar panels are required to run 1 HP motor? Using solar power is a really good option to reduce energy consumption from the grid. Based on the capacity of solar panels we can run almost everything which we use to on mains supply. So let’s come to the main topic, how many solar[ Read More ]

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Luminous Solar NXG 1400 Inverter UPS Review

Published on October 7th, 2019 by

Luminous NXG 1400 is the biggest solar inverter UPS which is capable of running the majority of the home appliances using solar power or using mains line. The biggest advantage of this inverter is it gives more priority to solar energy than mains energy. If you are planning to make your own self managed on-grid[ Read More ]

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