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Sprint HTC Touch Pro Review

11/09/2008, The HTC Touch Pro was added to Sprint’s online store recently, so it’s probably a good time to publish this Touch Pro review. I have played with the phone for about a week and it’s time to tell you what worked and what didn’t. From...

HP Elitebook 2730P Review

11/06/2008, I’ve been playing with the HP 2730 for a few weeks now and it is time to tell you how it worked for me. The HP Elitebook 2730 is defined by HP as a business product, which means that it was designed to be moved around a lot (meetings, flights, road...

Intel Core i7 and X58 Review

11/02/2008, We got our hands on an Intel X58 motherboard and a Core i7 Extreme edition (3.2Ghz) processor. It has been a while since I had been even mildly excited about a new processor. Intel’s Conroe (in 2006) was probably the last one that got my attention....

Ooma Launches New Features – Quick Review

10/29/2008, Ooma is a one time fee VoIP good looking device that was introduced on the market for the first time in September 2007. Today, Ooma is introducing new features to its Hub and Scout bundle priced at $249.99 for unlimited US calling (low-cost...

Sony XPERIA X1 Review (External)

10/20/2008, Users have been waiting for the availability of this awesome Windows Mobile phone for a long time, but as we get closer to that day, here’s what you should expect from Sony Ericsson’s XPERIA X1: Amazing display but Flash (youtube..)...

Intel X25M Review

10/14/2008,   SSDs were all the hype last year, then the “bubble” popped when tests performed on the Macbook Air showed that the SSD drive did little more than add $1,500 to the computer’s final price. No performance increase, no battery life...

IOData Mini Keyboard (Hands-On)

09/30/2008, [CEATEC 2008] We’ve talked about the IOData mini (Bluetooth) keyboard back in May as it seemed to be a cool companion for your cellphone. However, there’s nothing like a good hands-on… In the real-world, the keyboard looks much...

Monster Beats by Dr. Dre, the definitive review

09/22/2008, It’s not hard to design headphones that win raves from bloggers and customers. Just give people a big, fat bass line and you can expect to be showered with praise for “phenomenal” beats, “exceptional sound quality”, and...

Logitech Z5 Omnidirectional Speakers for PC and Mac

09/16/2008, It’s not like you don’t have enough choices on your desktop but these speakers are interesting for two reasons: Firstly, there is a single USB cable for sound and power (no power brick!) and that leaves your desk clean (there’s a second...

Hands-on with the HTC Touch Pro

09/12/2008, There’s nothing like a hands-on to get a good feel for a device. You might have seen the HTC touch pro in product photos and I’ll tell you what, it looks nice there and in the real world, but our photo gallery shows you what it will likely...

Google Chrome, first impressions

09/02/2008, Google’s browser called Chrome is out of the box and of course, we had to take a look. So after a quick download and a quick install, we started to browse the web just to see how it feels. And right now, it doesn’t feel very different from...

HP Mini-note 2133 Review

09/01/2008, The HP Mininote 2133 is the nettop that has the best construction quality among those that we tried. The keyboard keys are about as large as those found on a “normal” laptop keyboard, although their spacing is tighter. The keyboard finish is...

Compal JAX10 / Aigo P8880 Quick Review

08/21/2008, [IDF] with the Atom blitz going on at IDF, it was a good opportunity to do some interesting hands-on with upcoming sexy gadgets. The Compal JAX10 (also sold by Aigo in white under the P8880 product name) was one that caught my eye. It has a full keyboard,...

Nokia E71 Review

07/21/2008, By guest editor Steven Nersesian One week has passed since I received my Nokia E71. Yes, I actually got a new phone that isn’t an iPhone. And yes, I am sane. As many of you know from my past posts I am a fan of Nokia’s, but I can also say that...