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Samsung Omnia Review (Roundup)

11/25/2008, Update: Check out our own review of the Samsung Omnia Just like herding cattle on the prairie, we’ve taken some time to check out various reviews of the Samsung Omnia and condensed it into a bite-sized post for you to take a quick look. Behold,...

Voodoo Envy 133 Review

11/21/2008, Now that I have used my Voodoo envy for a few weeks, it’s time to share how it worked for me. Voodoo is a powerful name in PC Gaming hardware, but let’s be clear: this is definitely *not* a gaming machine. The Voodoo envy is an ultra-light...

Ainol V3000 Portable Media Player Review

11/11/2008, No doubt that the iPod is the undisputed portable media player at the moment (and has been for a long time now, with its position well-cemented), but that does not mean other players in the arena cannot try to usurp the top dog with their devices. Ainol...

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...

Samsung Epix i907 hands-on spotted

10/28/2008, WMExperts has the low down on the Epix. Overall they don’t seem to be extremely impressed. The author seems to prefer the Treo Pro over the Epix, especially when comparing the touch-screens of the two. Some things he did not like would be the...

Spotted: hands-on with the BlackBerry Storm

10/26/2008, Kevin Michaluk over at Crackberry gets a close and personal look at the BlackBerry Storm. A notable feature is the SurePress touchscreen, where you touch to highlight a target then press inward to select or activate a menu item. Weight is always important...

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...

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...

Medion Akoya Review Spotted: It’s yummy!

09/17/2008, Our friends from UMPC portal have spent 10 weeks with the Medion Akoya, which shares the same hardware platform as the MSI Wind nettop. Overall, they think that this is a great computer that should fulfill basic tasks such as web browsing, email and other...

Logitech Illuminated Keyboard Review

09/02/2008,   Illuminated (back-lit) keyboards are usually associated with gaming, but Logitech’s Illuminated Keyboard is simply for those who want an agreeable typing experience on a nicely designed keyboard. If you like to work in a dark environment,...

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...