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Hitesh Raj Bhagat
Biker. Gamer. Geek. R/C enthusiast. Director of Corporate Communications I tweet about tech, photography, cars, bikes and life! Opinions personal
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Hitesh Raj Bhagat 6h
Replying to @malabhargava
Easiest soup to make
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Hitesh Raj Bhagat 14h
I think I can spot myself too. And I see back there in all-black 😎
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Hitesh Raj Bhagat 14h
Replying to @clintonjeff
Ummm..... yuck?
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Hitesh Raj Bhagat Oct 26
Now that there is Spam Activity Indicator on Truecaller, you can get an insight into the spammers activity too. Plus Call Reason has just been launched - you will now know why they are calling in addition to who is calling 📵
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Hitesh Raj Bhagat Oct 26
Replying to @ritwik_1987
Don't think so. Li-ion batteries are expensive to make. With an EV, you have to change your mindset. It's more upfront cost & very little by way of maintenance/servicing & obviously very low running costs. Even a Tesla Model 3 will likely cost Rs 40Lakh when it finally gets here
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Hitesh Raj Bhagat Oct 26
Replying to @Hemangbudhdeo @ePandu
Hemang sir, I believe the newest Macbook Pro 16 has a power requirement of nearly 100W. Even the 15 inchers going back a few years need 87W to charge at proper speed. Two 100W USB C ports is of course a little overkill for most people IMHO.
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Hitesh Raj Bhagat Oct 26
Replying to @ritwik_1987
Well, what would you buy - and for how much? Some other premium options include the Hyundai Kona and MG ZS EV (both of which are in the Rs 25Lakh range). No subsidy but registration charges are waived.
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Hitesh Raj Bhagat Oct 26
Replying to @ritwik_1987
Depends on how much you want to spend too. Note that the subsidy from Delhi Govt does not extend to all electric vehicles. Nexon EV is included (but not the top model since that crosses 15L). Nexon EV seems great but range is ~220km which makes it a nice city car.
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Hitesh Raj Bhagat Oct 26
Don’t get me wrong - you made a valid point. Was not criticising but simply making a few observations, hence I used the words ‘likely’ & ‘probably’. Also, I have nothing to do with this company, am not advocating the product & neither is the tweet promoted. Cheers & peace ✌️
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Hitesh Raj Bhagat Oct 25
Field of vision would likely not be static since you are expected to be able to move your head around inside it. Could also be argued that larger transparent areas help people with claustrophobia. They have probably gone through several design iterations. My two bits 🤷🏼‍♂️🙄
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Hitesh Raj Bhagat Oct 25
My guess would be that structurally, it can support more weight at the back - where the battery, electricals and fan are placed. Front seems to be focused on visibility. You can keep an eye on it here
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Hitesh Raj Bhagat Oct 25
Replying to @jorts_season
That’s a very fair point. You can keep an eye on the product development and availability on their website
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Hitesh Raj Bhagat Oct 25
Replying to @fozra
About US$ 350 to 400 🤷🏼‍♂️ Plus regular consumables like the replaceable and non-washable air filters
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Hitesh Raj Bhagat Oct 25
There’s also the 2011 Netflix movie Contagion where the main premise was teaching the world how to deal with an invisible enemy (a virus).
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Hitesh Raj Bhagat Oct 23
Replying to @ankitv
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Hitesh Raj Bhagat Oct 23
What the (very near) future looks like 🙄
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Hitesh Raj Bhagat Oct 22
It's always been a pleasure working with you Nimish. I'm just really happy to be part of this list (and proud to call you and most people here friends). To the two people here I don't know: I would like to fix that! 😃
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Hitesh Raj Bhagat Oct 22
Replying to @pratiksha_tweet
Consumers have been asking for it for a year now - and it's here! Truecaller's latest feature is Call Reason Read more about it here -
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Hitesh Raj Bhagat Oct 21
Hey Truecaller is absolutely safe to use. Do check out this privacy overview (only 4 paragraphs) - it tells you all you need to know about safety and privacy
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Hitesh Raj Bhagat Oct 21
Replying to @SirishChandran
Coming early 2021 😀
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