Xiaomi never ceases to amaze. Devices companies to change opinions even on the most mundane of things. This time, we are talking about the new calculator. The product is made in a minimalist design. White housing has rounded corners, oval monochrome LCD display and 23 keys round and oval. Yes, it is made in the usual Xiaomi the product design. Its dimensions are 140 x 87 x 20 mm and weight 86 g.
The screen fits up to 12 digits. The symbols on the buttons are printed with a laser. The key travel of 1.3 mm. the power Button green color is made of aluminum alloy, which makes the product look expensive, although it is a normal calculator.
Clicking the button displays the contents of MRC the memory, pressing the memory is cleared. There is a button with two zeros, but the button for fast calculation of a percent does not. However, nothing new from the calculator should not be expected, but it fulfills all the necessary functions.
Xiaomi MiiiW powered from AAA batteries. Xiaomi MiiiW the cost is $7.
Recall that it is not a secret that Samsung plans to release a smartphone without a cut-out on the screen, but with a small hole under the camera. According to analysts, the presentation of the device should occur in February 2019. However, Huawei decided to overtake its rival, and in December 2018 will introduce a smartphone with exactly the same feature.
Earlier Znayu reported that Apple always unpleasantly surprised by the world worth their new devices. However, with the release of new, older models are significantly cheaper, and this case was no exception. iPhone 8 at the moment fell for Ukrainians to 40% of the initial price, and it can easily be purchased for 16-18 thousand.
Znayu wrote that black stripe Windows 10 continues. Immediately after Microsoft fixed the existing bugs, the users of the OSes I noticed another fault. Windows Media can’t use search.
Dave Zakarian has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Koz Post, Dave Zakarian worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella.