ASUS Lolliflash and ZenEars available in India

ASUS has made available the accessories which were launched in India at the Zen festival. The Lolliflash and ZenEars will be now available to the Indian users in ASUS exclusive stores and on leading ecommerce sites.

The Lolliflash is a Lollipop shaped dual-tone LED torch for smartphones. Available in 5 colours- White, Blue, Black, Red & Yellow, the Lolliflash acts as a separate ‘fill-in’ light.

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As part of the package, this portable device, equipped with three colour filter – White, Blue & Red, has three brightness level settings. Retailing from Rs. 899, Lolliflash has a battery life of 3 hours with a capacity of 3.7 V 65 mAh.

The ZenEar is a fusion of driver technologies and Sonic Master 2.0 to provide sophisticated audio output. The ergonomically-designed earphones fit perfectly into the user’s ears and effectively absorb reflected sound, reducing distortion and restore more music details.

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It consists of a Patented Damping System and Transmission Tube designed to deliver clear and detailed sound. Offering an stereoscopic-orchestra technology, ASUS’ ZenEar will be available to consumers starting at Rs. 699.

These accessories were launched alongside Zenfone 2 Deluxe smartphone priced at Rs 22,999 for Indian smartphone buyers.

The Zenfone 2 Deluxe features a 5.5-inch 1080p display with Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection, and is powered by an Intel Z3580 quad-core 64-bit processor.

The device also features 4GB of RAM and runs on Android 5.0 Lollipop wrapped under ZenUI.

It packs 13-megapixel rear camera, 5-megapixel front-facing camera with 64GB of internal storage and microSD card slot expansion.

On the connectivity front it has dual-SIM card slots, 4G LTE support, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth.

Zenfone 2 Deluxe is fueled by a 3,000mAh battery.


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