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Mio C220 Review

05/29/2007, GPS units tend to pack more and more features including contacts, music and video but with the C220, Mio chooses a different strategy and creates a GPS unit that is very good at GPS navigation at a very affordable price. The look of the Mio C220 will...

Nokia E61i Review

05/28/2007, By guest editor Steven Nersesian The day my beloved Nokia E61 was stolen was a sad, sad day in my life. I had grown oddly attached to its alluring screen, quirky buttons and its uncanny ability to hunt down open WiFi spots. The killer was that it never...

Nokia N73 Review

05/09/2007, While aesthetics are subjective, I would argue that the N73 is a good looking phone. It seems many others would agree, as the device was met with many “oohs” and “aahs” when I pulled it out to answer a call. The review unit...

Samsung Blackjack Review

04/09/2007, I have been playing with the Cingular Samsung BlackJack (aka SGH-i607) for some time now, so I’ll tell you what I think of it. The device has a great design and is one of the smallest Windows Mobile Smartphone with a QWERTY keyboard. Size is usually...

MotoMING A1200 Review by Ubergizmo

03/17/2007, By guest editor Steven Nersesian This offering from Motorola clearly represents the direction that Motorola is heading after their disastrous, albeit profitable and brand building, release of the RAZR line. Sorry to hang more s*%t on the RAZR but if it...

Your PC In Your Pocket with MojoPac

03/17/2007, By guest editor Tristan Lorach. Mojopac proposes an interesting solution for people who are fed-up of carrying their laptops or users who don’t like to have too much crap installed on their system. The idea is to have a second Windows OS on an...

VTech I5871 Design Phone

03/05/2007, I was looking for a new home phone and after stopping at the local Frys, I realized that home phones were just as ugly as when I bought the last one: seven years ago. However, the VTech I5871 (what a horrible name) stood out and after quickly reading the...

Maxtor Fusion 500GB Review

02/26/2007, The Maxtor Fusion is a Personal Web Server that looks like an external hard drive connected directly to your Ethernet network. I said “looks like” because it’s not just a hard drive: it’s a little computer that acts as silent...

Pantech PX-500 EVDO Card

02/26/2007, Real road warriors know that Wi-Fi’s coverage can’t be relied upon for professional purposes. The Pantech PX-500 is a PCMCIA card that can connect your laptop to Sprint’s 3G network and let you access your emails and data in a much wider...

Oakley Radar Hands-On

02/26/2007, Last week we showed you the Oakley Radar launch in San Francisco. This time, we have crisp photos of the new sunglasses. We received a black model this time (we played with the gold one at the event). A closer look reveals a very cool translucent...

Garmin Nuvi 660 Review

02/20/2007, When it comes to GPS devices, Garmin is a very recognizable name, so much in fact that some customers would pay a premium over similarly-featured competing products. We’ve received the Nuvi 660 and eagerly installed it to take it for a ride. The...

Digital Audio Video Experience, DAVE, from Seagate

02/06/2007, DEMO 2007 – We have already published about the DAVE, but I could get my hands on it at DEMO 07. The demo on stage did not work (what a nightmare for Rob Pait (photo), Seagate’s Director for Global Consumer Electronics Marketing !)… but...

Pharos GPS 600 Review

01/23/2007, We’ve received a Pharos GPS 600 phone a few days ago and it’s working quite well. The device has a clean design and feels sturdy with its dark gray (non slippery) surface. The display frame has a matte aluminum finish that will not distract...