Hardware & Components

Pc Components

 Bravo Br-660 Space Earbud

In stock

5,999.00
Frequency

2.4 GHZ

Play Time

4 HRS

Talk Time

4 HRS

Standby Time

120 HRS

Charging Time

1.5 HRS

Battery Capacity

400 mAh

Acer ProDesigner PE320QK

In stock

750.00
SKU: 2144207
Brand

Asus

color

Black

Acer SA100 SATAIII

In stock

30.00
SKU: 5334126
Brand

Philips

color

White

size

360x208x425 mm

Ailink Aluminium Connector

In stock

40.00
SKU: 544026
Brand

Dell

color

Space Gray

AKASAKI MOBILE SPEAKER

In stock

1,500.00
Bluetooth

5.0

Battery

Yes

Charging Time

1HRS

T/F card

Supported

FM Radio

Yes

Battery Capacity

300 mAh Rechargeable lithium battery

MIcrophone

Built in

 Bravo Br-660 Space Earbud

In stock

5,999.00
Frequency

2.4 GHZ

Play Time

4 HRS

Talk Time

4 HRS

Standby Time

120 HRS

Charging Time

1.5 HRS

Battery Capacity

400 mAh

Acer ProDesigner PE320QK

In stock

750.00
SKU: 2144207
Brand

Asus

color

Black

Acer SA100 SATAIII

In stock

30.00
SKU: 5334126
Brand

Philips

color

White

size

360x208x425 mm

Ailink Aluminium Connector

In stock

40.00
SKU: 544026
Brand

Dell

color

Space Gray

AKASAKI MOBILE SPEAKER

In stock

1,500.00
Bluetooth

5.0

Battery

Yes

Charging Time

1HRS

T/F card

Supported

FM Radio

Yes

Battery Capacity

300 mAh Rechargeable lithium battery

MIcrophone

Built in

Hardware & Other

 Bravo Br-660 Space Earbud

In stock

5,999.00
Frequency

2.4 GHZ

Play Time

4 HRS

Talk Time

4 HRS

Standby Time

120 HRS

Charging Time

1.5 HRS

Battery Capacity

400 mAh

Acer ProDesigner PE320QK

In stock

750.00
SKU: 2144207
Brand

Asus

color

Black

Acer SA100 SATAIII

In stock

30.00
SKU: 5334126
Brand

Philips

color

White

size

360x208x425 mm

Ailink Aluminium Connector

In stock

40.00
SKU: 544026
Brand

Dell

color

Space Gray

AKASAKI MOBILE SPEAKER

In stock

1,500.00
Bluetooth

5.0

Battery

Yes

Charging Time

1HRS

T/F card

Supported

FM Radio

Yes

Battery Capacity

300 mAh Rechargeable lithium battery

MIcrophone

Built in

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