The world’s first cord-free PCie cable-crossing machine is now available to buy online.
The cord-less PCie, a compact, rechargeable USB cable that plugs into a PC, is the brainchild of India’s D.V. Singh, a 26-year-old engineer who started his career in IT and is now the cofounder of the company.
Singh told The Hindu the PCie is a compact device that can be easily carried by a backpack or other small gadgets.
It can be used to cross a PC from one place to another, which means you can do things like swap a game between your computer and another, and switch between multiple PC games.
The PCie has been a hit with consumers in India, with customers in some cities spending as much as Rs1 lakh on it.
A smartphone app for the device is available on Android.
The devices will be sold by Amazon India, a unit of Amazon India Ltd.
and it is a collaboration between Singh and his brother and fellow engineer Raghav, who is a consultant at D.VR Singh’s company.
The device is also designed to be carried by two people, but Singh said it will only be able to be used by one person at a time.
It will only take about an hour to charge the battery and then a USB cable, and then the device will be able switch between the two PCs.
A device that will be available for sale in India in the next three months.
A cord-cutter with a passionThe device also has a remote for connecting the device to a TV, allowing the user to switch between a PC game and a TV program.
A remote with a USB port lets the user easily connect it to an Android phone, tablet or laptop.
The remote can also be used as a USB-C port for connecting devices such as a laptop to a computer.
The Singh brothers said the device can also connect to a projector to make it easier to watch movies or TV programs from a PC.
The device is compatible with TVs from Vizio and Sony Corp., as well as with Samsung TVs.
The price of the device varies between Rs4,999 and Rs7,999 depending on the type of the PC, and the number of PCs the user has.