Monday, June 30, 2008


Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India Pvt. Ltd. (HMSI), the 100 per cent two-wheeler subsidiary of Japan’s Honda Motor Company, on Monday launched its new bike ‘CBF Stunner’. Targeted at youth, the new 125cc motorcycle, with 11 bhp engine and five-speed transmission that comes in three variants, has been priced between Rs. 47,070 and Rs. 51,655. The new bike promises to provide its customers an ultimate experience of a true Honda bike. The new bike is a reflection of Honda’s worldwide sports bikes. In India, we will continue to bring exciting products and be a full line company by 2010 starting with 100cc motorcycles and fun bikes.” The bike would be available across the country from the third week of July. According to HMSI Sales and Marketing Head, the company plans to sell 10 lakh units — seven-lakh scooters and three lakh bikes — in the current fiscal and the launch of the new bike will help them achieve the target. “We plan to sell 80,000 units of CBF Stunner in the current financial year. Indicating that HMSI would launch two new models this year, Mr. Rattan said: “We hope to introduce our 800cc category superbike next year that will be priced above Rs. 10 lakh. The sales of 125cc+ motorcycles grown by almost 15% over the period of April 2007-January 2008. Lot of action has been seen in recent past in the 125cc segment as the consumer focus is gradually shifting towards 125cc+ segment from the dominating 100cc segment.
According to Economic times, the Japanese two-wheeler giant is currently testing out a new motorcycle at its factory in Maneswar, Gurgaon. Codenamed KWFA and christened the CBF Stunner, the new bike is most likely to be launched by August 2008 and is expected to be priced at around Rs 52,000 ex-showroom. With a 125 cc mill, its expected to pump 11 bhp and looks like a ‘baby Karizma’

With a strategic move by Honda (HMSI) to augment the 12% market share it holds in this segment, the company is like to introduce an all new motorcycle in125cc segment in addition of its existing 125cc Shine. The new bike was earlier expected to be showcased at Auto Expo as the so called sportier version of the Shine, but that didn't happen. But Honda did showcase the CBF concept supposedly based on the unicorn.

Monday, June 16, 2008


we are all familiar with a rubix cube , it's gotten to be a little boring and passé solving the same kind of puzzle. This cube toy ramps up the difficulty to INSANE.
No more straight vertical and horizontal cuts in the cube shape ,There are now two new vertical slices, creating new planes for rotation, designed to totally bork up your spatial relations. Each turn brings you further away from sanity. It's madness, I tell you!
I'm not saying that if you keep playing with this cube the doors of Hell will open, and men in leather trench-coats and pins in their skulls will appear... that's a different cube. No, this one will drive you mad, but you're clever. You'll figure it out. Eventually...
Someday, you can solve it - turning that chaotic mess of geometric deformity into a perfect cube with only single colors on each of the six faces.
Each purchase nets you TWO CUBES so you can pass on the insanity.
it costs just $9.99,it is available in market.

Wednesday, June 11, 2008


we have heard about amazing x-ray vision with lot more unique features . These camera sunglasses certainly aren't x-ray specs, but they contain1.3 megapixel camera which captures still images with a resolution of 1280x1024. The included RF remote-control is ideal for easy, stealth-style photo shooting. High-quality lightweight frame material and UV400 polarized flip-up lens. It uses a polymer li-ion rechargeable battery which provides a battery life of up to 9 hours,shooting 1 photo/minute. USB 2.0 interface via a standard Mini USB port for data upload and download & re-charging the battery.
The sunglasses also allows an additional feature of MP3 audio playback. In-built earbuds also provide super convenient listen capability and can be hooked out of the way when not in use.

Monday, June 9, 2008


A wristwatch to be considered truly bizarre it should have one of two things - the ability to play audio and video or some kind of communication functionality (like a built-in cell phone). ALL THE ABOVE FACILITIES ARE POSSIBLE in this Video Watch with OLED Screen. With a full color screen this watch displays video and images very nicely with a 128x128 pixel resolution. The OLED screen is crisp and bright and the watch itself is surprisingly well proportioned. Audio is also accommodated very nicely, with MP3/WMA playback and 6 equalizer modes. A built-in microphone allows recording of notes to self, meetings, conversations or various ramblings for later playback. Battery charges via USB and sports a 7 hour play time (4 hours for video playback). Available with 2GB storage capacity.

The Video Watch comes with a massive 8GB of internal flash memory as well as a full color 1.8" screen. High pixel count and frames per second make viewing a joy. Plus this watch has a built-in voice recorder, multiple OSD languages to choose from, a built-in high quality speaker as well as a earphone jack, the ability to view JPEG pictures and listen to music at the same time, and so much more.