Top 5 Gadgets Under Rs 10,000 On Amazon India: But Only Students Can Buy Them!
Amazon India now has a special sale on its electronic products, and this one is only for students!
Let’s look at the top five gadgets that students can buy at discounted prices on Amazon India:
Lenovo Tab M8 HD tablet
This tablet by Lenovo is now available at Rs 8,991, which is down from the original price, Rs 14,000. The Lenovo Tab M8 HD tablet comes with an 8-inch display, packs a 5000 mAh battery and runs on MediaTek Helio A22 SoC
Canon Pixma MG2577s All-in-One Inkjet Colour Printer
This printer by Canon can be used for all print, scan, and copy needs. The price of the Canon Pixma MG2577s All-in-One Inkjet Colour Printer is now down to Rs. 3299, which is originally Rs. 3365. It supports both black and white and colored prints as well.
All-new Echo Dot (4th Gen)
The fourth generation of this smart speaker is now available at Rs. 3799, while the original price is Rs. 4499. There are three color options available as well, Blue, Black, and White. There are four microphones in this smart speaker.
Zinq Technologies cooling pad
Laptops, when used for a long period of time tend to heat up, harming their battery and the overall life of the gadget. Cooling pads are the best solution for this and the cooling pad by Zinq is now available at Rs 1,296 down from its original price of Rs 1,999. It supports laptops from sizes 15.6-inch to 17-inch. There are two USB ports to connect devices and 5 fans for deep cooling.
TP-Link TL-WA850RE N300 wireless range extender
Now that students are all highly dependent on the internet for attending classes, a smooth internet connection is a necessity. And for the particular parts of our house, where the internet connection is not so smooth, you can use the wireless range extender. The TP-Link TL-WA850RE N300 wireless range extender is available at Rs 1,399 down from its original price of Rs 2,999. It reportedly eliminates the Wi-Fi dead zones by wirelessly connecting to your router and also by expanding its signal into areas where the internet is not available.