The world of software, or at least the software of the Microsoft brand, is getting bigger and bigger.
As a result, Microsoft has taken a step to broaden its product offerings by creating a new product category called Niranja Batwal Group (NBG), which will offer a small but very useful solution for the Indian market, and to be available soon.
The NBG will enable customers to count the notes on a smartphone, tablet or any other device without the need to install software.
The company says the device is capable of doing the task without the use of a computer, tablet, phone, or even a PC.
The NBG’s design is inspired by a paperweight, which is not only very light, but is also easy to use, according to Microsoft.
“NBG is designed for small-scale use in areas like home or business.
It can also be used for small tasks like counting money or taking notes,” said a spokesperson.
The device will be available in the Microsoft store on March 1.
The device itself is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 chipset, which has a 5-inch screen and a 3,600 mAh battery.
It is powered using a microUSB cable, and is water resistant up to 200 meters.
The software of NBG is based on Niranji Batwal, an engineer who has worked at Microsoft since 2002.
Microsoft has already launched a number of devices based on Batwal.
For example, the Microsoft OneNote app uses Niranje Batwal to store notes, notes can be created in the Notes app, and users can add notes from the Notes library to their own Notes library.
The company is aiming to launch the NBG device in the first quarter of next year.
“Niranja batwal is a pioneer in the area of digital notes, and has been a long-time supporter of Microsoft,” said Manish Shah, chief executive of NBGA, in a statement.
“The NBGA will be an exciting new addition to our range of solutions for the India market.
Our products and services will provide our customers with easy, reliable and affordable access to the notes they need.”
Microsoft will be launching the NBGA device at Microsoft stores in India beginning March 1, with the device available to purchase in the store on a first-come, first-served basis.