Panasonic launches a latest 4K UHD TVs in India at Rs. 78,900

Japanese company, Panasonic has introduced the 4K Ultra HD TVs with the UA7 sound system. The TVs have been launched under the EX750 and EX600 series to provide better picture quality and sound and available in range between 43-inches and 65-inches in size.

The EX750 offers a “Cinema Display” 550nits Super Bright panel with HDR1000. It is powered by the Studio Colour HCX2 processor. The HCX2 processor has been tuned by skilled specialists at the Panasonic Hollywood Lab. The EX750 flagship model will be available in 65-inch at Rs. 3, 10,000.

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Panasonic EX750 model TV

The EX600 series range will be available in different sizes such as – 55-inch at Rs 178,900, 49-inch at Rs 141,000 and 43-inch at Rs 78,900.

Panasonic Unveils New Range of 4K UHD TVs in India, Starting Rs. 78,900

Panasonic EX600 model TV

The UA7 sound system comes with 10 speakers which contains of four woofers, four tweeters, and two super woofers and providing 1700W of sound. It will be available for free in a combo offer with the EX750 and EX600 55-inch and 49-inch TVs. Besides this, the company also offer transparent display technology when first launched at CES 2016.


Why do we not feel any pain when our hair is cut?

You may observe that when any part of our body is cut, we feel very pain but when we cut our hair we don’t actually feel pain at all. Hairs are made of dead tissues and keratin which is a dead protein. They are dead cells and when we cut them using scissors, the scissors cutting the dead cells because they are not connected with nerves.

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Nerves are the parts of the body which feel pain due to their connection with the brain. But the base of the hair is connected with nerve so if we pluck our hair we feel pain. The hair develops on our head is around 13 millimetres per month. An interesting fact is that about 100,000 hair are there on the head of an average person

What is ‘Diamond duck’ in cricket

The special ‘diamond duck’ is given to that batsman who dismissed without facing any ball, mostly run out from non-striker end. Also an opening batsman dismissed by facing first ball of team’s innings is termed as Diamond duck.

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The term ‘duck’ in the game of cricket is actually a short term of “duck egg. When a batsman is out without scoring is termed as ‘duck’ in cricket. When a batsman is out in the first ball they face, they are said to have been dismissed for Golden duck. Dismissed by second ball is referred as Silver duck and by third ball is termed as Bronze duck.

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Why do we need voltage stablizers

Voltage Fluctuations are a very common problem in most of the places in India. The main problem of the voltage fluctuations is their variations in voltages which harm the electronic and electrical appliances. So we have to use voltage stabilizer which is an electrical appliance.

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Functioning of Voltage Stabilizers:

The function of the voltage stabilizer is to feed constant voltage current to electrical devices including ACs, T.V., and Refrigerator for protection from damage due to the voltage fluctuations. The voltage stabilizer works on the principle of a transformer in which the input current is connected to primary windings and output is received from secondary windings.

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When there is a fall in incoming voltage, it activates electromagnetic relays and adds to more number of turns in the secondary winding which provide higher voltage that compensates the loss in output voltage. When the increase in the incoming voltage, the reverse occurs and therefore the voltage is at the output side remains almost unaffected.

When and why the inside of Qutub Minar is closed for public?

History of Qutub Minar –Qutubuddin Aibak, the founder of Delhi Sultanate, started the construction of Qutub Minar in the year 1192. The construction was completed by his successor Iltumish. It is made up of red sand stone and marble. The minar is 73 meters tall with tapering tower of five storeys. It contains narrow spiral staircase of 379 steps.

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Cause of banning the entry inside the tower– The entry inside the tower was allowed before the unfortunate date on December 4, 1981. On this date, an incident occurred leaving 45 people dead and 24 injured. There was rush on that day being Friday and about 300 – 400 people were inside the tower.Outside the tower, many were pushing for entry.

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Suddenly power failure happened and somebody cried that tower was falling. This created confusion inside the tower which resulted in stampede. The people ran over each other due to narrow staircase. This accident caused death of 45 people so the government banned the entry inside the tower.


What are the uses of microwave?

Microwaves are a form of electromagnetic waves which has wavelengths ranging from one meter to one millimetre with frequencies between 300 MHz (100 cm) and 300 GHz (0.1 cm).

Uses of microwaves – Microwaves are very widely used in today’s world. They are used for point-to-point communication links, wireless networks, microwave radio relay networks, radar, satellite and spacecraft communication, medical diathermy and cancer treatment, remote sensing, radio astronomy, particle accelerators, spectroscopy, industrial heating, collision avoidance systems, garage door openers and keyless entry systems, and for cooking food in microwave ovens.

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Microwaves are extremely high frequency radio waves, and are made by various types of transmitters. It causes water and fat molecules to vibrate to make the substance hot and so the microwaves are used in cooking various types of food.  Microwaves are also used in mobile phones which can be produced by a small antenna. Wi-Fi also uses microwaves.

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Microwaves are also used in fixed traffic speed cameras and also for radar used by aircraft, ships and weather forecasters.

Microwaves are used in spacecraft communication that means majority of the world’s data, TV, and telephone communications is transferred to long distances by microwaves between ground stations and communication satellites. Microwaves are also used in microwave ovens and radar technology.

Meizu launches M5c smartphone with 3000mAh battery in China

Chinese company, Meizu has introduced the M5c smartphone in China. It will be available in Pink, Black, Gold, Red, and Blue colour for options. The company has not revealed the price details of the smartphone. The launch of the M5c smartphone in China was first reported by GSMArena.

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The M5c smartphone offers a 5-inch HD with a resolution of 720×1280 pixels display and operates on Flyme 6 operating system which is based on Android 7.0 Nougat. It has a quad-core 1.3GHz processor with 2GB of RAM and support dual-SIM. The device offers 16GB storage that can be expandable up to 256GB by using microSD card and is back up by a 3000mAh battery.

Meizu M5c With 2GB RAM, 3000mAh Battery Launched

The smartphone comes with a camera at rear of 8-megapixel and a camera at front of 5-megapixel. The rear camera has an f/2.0 aperture and dual-LED flash. The front camera is used for video calling and selfies. It has several features such as –  4G LTE, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS, and Micro-USB 2.0. There are some sensors in the smartphone including proximity sensor, accelerometer, gyro, and compass.  It has also a fingerprint scanner which is placed at the front of the smartphone.

Earlier Meizu has introduced the M5 smartphone in Indian market. It has several features including 4G VoLTE support, a hybrid dual-SIM slot, a fingerprint sensor, an octa-core processor, and a 13-megapixel camera.

How does thunder lightning affects TV?

A thunder lightning strike is an electric discharge from the atmosphere to an object on earth. Most of the lightning occurs in a cumulonimbus cloud and released on the ground. Almost 25% of all lightning strikes from the atmosphere to earth substances.

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Thunder lightning can damage several electronic devices including telephones, modems, computers, and also affects the TV.  Lightning can damage TV due to the huge electric current created by the thunder strike which affects the antenna which further can affect the TV.

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Lightning flows towards the earth which can harm the power lines and antennae.  It passes to the TV through the wires connected to the antenna.  The huge current and voltage can harm the electrical components and electronic circuits which are commonly designed for low power. The flow is so powerful that they can damage the electrical and electronic devices if they are switched off but connected to the mains.

During the heavy rain and lightning, all the electrical and electronic devices must be disconnected or unplugged from the mains which can reduce the damages and also save life.