Consumer Electronics

iPod Touch vs iPod Nano

iPod Touch vs iPod Nano
The iPod Touch has often been referred to an iPhone without the Phone. The device can be used as a music and video player, digital camera, handheld game device, and personal digital assistant (PDA), but cannot...

Phone Storage vs Internal Storage vs SD Card

Phone Storage vs Internal Storage vs SD Card
The Phone Storage usually refers to a section of the internal memory that holds the device’s data and other files that are necessary for the device to run. Internal Storage refers to the segment which holds...

NiCad vs NiMH vs Lithium battery

NiCad vs NiMH vs Lithium battery
NiCad stands for Nickel–cadmium, whereas NiMH stands for Nickel–metal hydride. Both use nickel oxide hydroxide (NiOOH) as their positive electrode. There are many different types of batteries that use lithium...

Smart TV vs Normal TV

A Smart TV can access the internet via Wi-Fi, whereas a normal TV cannot. A Smart TV may also have the facility to run apps that come built into the TV.

Prepaid vs Postpaid

Prepaid vs Postpaid
The terms prepaid and postpaid are most commonly used to refer to mobile phone or cell phone connections. The term PRE – paid indicates that it must be paid before using, whereas POST – paid indicated...

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