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Optimus Maximus Keyboard Hands-On

01/10/2008, [CES 2008] We played with the (elusive) Optimus Maximus OLED keyboard from Art Lebedev and here are our first impressions: as we expected from the previous photos, the keyboard is quite bulky. The keys feel like one of the older mechanical keyboard (think...

NeoNode N2 Hands-On

01/09/2008, Neonode pioneered the full touch screen phone long before Apple. Although it runs on Windows Mobile, it has a user interface that is unique to the brand. The touch screen uses a proprietary infrared technology called zForce designed to work better with...

Sony Mylo 2 – The Definitive Review

01/06/2008, Photo galleries: exterior, applications, web, photos samples With the “Put the fun of a PC in your pocket” tag line, Sony is going after the “young adults” crowd. The company thinks that there are not many devices that would allow...

Logitech diNovo Mini – First Hands-On!

01/05/2008, [CES 2008] The Logitech diNovo Mini is a Media Center remote control that features a full QWERTY keyboard and looks good on the coffee table. (Ubergizmo’s photo gallery. Official photo gallery) When we got to play with the Logitech diNovo Mini, it...

Logitech Harmony One – First Hands-On!

01/05/2008, [CES 2008] Today, Logitech is launching its ultimate universal remote, saying that it tooks 2 years of research and over 1000 participants in focus groups. The key feature of this elegant remote is the online database of 225,000 devices from more than...

Logitech Squeezebox Duet Network Music Player – First Hands-On

01/05/2008, The Squeezebox is a music broadcasting device that works over the home network (WiFi). It is made of a multi-room remote controller (powered by Linux!) and one or preferably several Squeezebox receivers. Each receiver can stream a different song or...

T-Mobile Shadow Review (aka HTC Juno)

12/12/2007, When the first images of the Shadow (codenamed “Juno” by HTC, the manufacturer) started to hit the web, there was a lot of excitement around this elegant phone, powered by Windows Mobile 6, and equipped with a sliding keyboard. Even though it...

AT&T Pantech Duo Review

12/06/2007, A common complaint that QWERTY phone users have is that it is hard to dial a simple number with a qwerty keyboard (vs. searching a contact by name), especially while driving (well, is one supposed to do that?). Pantech believes that customers don’t...

Amazon Kindle Hands-On

11/28/2007, Yesterday, I had a chance to play with the Amazon Kindle, a connected eBook that is generating a lot of buzz. Here are my impressions: Form factorThe general form factor is OK. It’s a little thick, but all in all, it’s usable and most...

V-Moda Vibe Duo Review

11/21/2007, By guest editor Karsten Lemm Apple doesn’t make it easy to replace the headset that comes with the iPhone: The phone’s headset jack is infamously recessed so deeply into the casing that most standard plugs are too short to connect....

3-Way SLI photo gallery

11/17/2007, It’s hardly a secret, but NVIDIA has not announced anything yet so if you need a solid proof that 3-way SLI is real, here it is. Take a closer look to see what the guts of a 3-way SLI system look like (photo gallery). The GeForce 8800 ultra...

Actiontec MegaPlug AV 200 Mbps Review

11/12/2007, The Actiontec MegaPlug AV 200 Mbps (model HPE200AV ) is designed to use your home’s electrical wiring as a giant network cable to transfer data from one room to the next at higher speed than common wireless devices (54Mbps WiFi). It is particularly...

Oakley Split Thump Review

11/06/2007, Oakley has improved the Thump Pro (read review) MP3 sunglasses design: the Split Thump has removable earphones that turn them into “normal” sunglasses when the music player function is not needed. The MP3 control buttons have also been hidden...