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TechnikNews Weekly #236: Zuvi Halo, ORA Funky Cat and Fiat 500e

TechnikNews Weekly 236
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Another week is coming to an end. What are the three most popular articles of the last seven days TechnikNews were, you read here in TechnikNews weekly.

In today's TechnikNews Weekly landed a news about a new hair dryer and two articles from the electric car category. Apart from that, we informed you about a security update for Microsoft Exchange at this point.

Zuvi Halo launches in Germany

There are countless hair dryers on the market, some with smart features. Now a relatively unknown brand is getting into this business in Germany: Zuvi with a hair dryer called Halo. The special thing about the Halo is that infrared is used to dry the hair. This is to better protect the scalp and hair. My colleague Nils explains how this should work here:

ORA Funky Cat receives five stars in the Euro NCAP safety test

ORA, a Chinese car brand, launched the Funky Cat in Germany last month. With the Funky Cat we are dealing with a fully electric vehicle, which is particularly aimed at small families. Now it had to face the Euro NCAP safety test and did particularly well there. You can find out more about this in this article:

Fiat 500e on test

With the Fiat 500e, the manufacturer launched a classic in electric form. My colleague Alex was able to drive the little city runabout for a while Prodrive. His conclusion: Fiat is doing a lot right with the 500e. Despite some weaknesses, it is a successful city car. The following link takes you to the full test report:

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