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Pureit Classic 23 L Gravity Based Water Purifier (White & blue) provides access to clean drinking water which is a basic necessity. It enhances the taste of the water by removing volatile organic impurities from it. Pureit waterpurifier gives you clean, odorless, and better-quality drinking water. It can store up to 23 liters of water. It comes with a 6 Months warranty. To get 100% clean and pure water you can trust Pureit Classic 23 L Gravity Based Water Purifier...
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The Mi Water Purifier by Xiaomi might be on its way to India soon. Hugo Barra, Xiaomi International's Vice-President, recently posted on Facebook, stating that the company would 'love' to bring the Mi Water Purifier to...
Blueair launched a new lineup of air purifier ranges including the Blue and Classic. The Blue series has more of a simple and good looking design to make it effortless, while the Classic series is...
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Researchers have developed the world's first synchronous computer that operates on water droplets. The computer has been developed by Manu Prakash, assistant professor of bioengineering in Stanford University. His team has built a unique computer