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28 is a great price. This is usually priced 2-3k higher. So it's actually down right now
One of the reviews did say that the hdmi cable cannot do 4k60 on this. You need a display port for that. I am not really sure if that is a valid statement. Need to research a little bit more. Still, looks like a good option. Thanks.

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2 minutes ago, DinJo said:

Had to give my wife's realme x2 for repair they asked 5000 for display replacement does anyone knows do they return the damaged display to customer? 

I don't think any company returns the damaged display. 

 

What will you do with it though ?

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Experts, any recommendations for a router in the 2000 range? I am looking at this one. Any good?

 

https://www.amazon.in/TP-Link-Archer-C6-Wireless-MU-MIMO/dp/B07GVR9TG7/ref=sr_1_6?dchild=1&keywords=router&qid=1604224983&sr=8-6

 

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13 minutes ago, WhatsInTheName said:

Experts, any recommendations for a router in the 2000 range? I am looking at this one. Any good?

 

https://www.amazon.in/TP-Link-Archer-C6-Wireless-MU-MIMO/dp/B07GVR9TG7/ref=sr_1_6?dchild=1&keywords=router&qid=1604224983&sr=8-6

 

 

It is ok for 2-3k, I have  a smallish flat so can't say about range and all.

It's main drawbacks are it heats up, so you have to ensure ventilation, and also it takes around 1-2 minutes to start up and connect to the internet from cold boot.

Other than this I have had no issues with this router.

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17 minutes ago, PhantomShade said:

 

It is ok for 2-3k, I have  a smallish flat so can't say about range and all.

It's main drawbacks are it heats up, so you have to ensure ventilation, and also it takes around 1-2 minutes to start up and connect to the internet from cold boot.

Other than this I have had no issues with this router.

 

Thanks! This "MU-MIMO" feature is useful in any way or just a gimmick?

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5 minutes ago, WhatsInTheName said:

 

Thanks! This "MU-MIMO" feature is useful in any way or just a gimmick?

 

supposedly with this you get constant high speed connections to 4-5 connected devices, earlier you used to have one device getting most of the speed and the rest throttled

I've never noticed either phenomenon irl tho.

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I need some cooking utensil advice guys since I'm going to be doing quite a bit of cooking in the coming weeks as Mom is recovering from COVID and I'm managing everything at home...

 

The need is for a Kadhai in which I can cook around 6-7 pieces of Chicken along with 2 potatoes (cut into 4 pieces) with quite a bit of gravy. I need the Kadhai to have enough space to be able to stir and maneuver the chicken and potato pieces around as as well hold the gravy.

 

I read that non-stick Kadhai's are not good to cook in because the non-stick surface starts to degrade over time and is Cancerous. Is this true? Should I avoid them?

 

If so, should I buy Stainless Steel Kadhai from companies like Vinod, Stahl or a Casserole from Bergner? Some input and advice here will be really appreciated.

 

Some Kadhai models I did see are these:

 

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Non stick and anodized are on same boat avoid both.Stahl and Vinod both are Indian brands vinod is been thee for some time. Would prefer Vinod the quality is better and brand is trusted for years also you can check Mayer stainless steel nickle free cookware but would cost around 6k 

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Any recommendations for a good mesh router? Used to have two connections at home. One for work and another for media. But Tatasky pulled the plug at my location recently and planning on investing in this as against getting another connection. 

 

Budget around 8-10k tops. 

 

Also, I suck at network related stuff. Easier it is to config, better it is.

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