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Product reviews that are genuinely useful to you! You can find tons of reviews on the web, and some of them do a fine job, but at Ubergizmo we really do our best at showing you the important aspects of a product while cutting back on the “fat” which is made of needless descriptions of dwelling into details that have no real consequence. Read our latest reviews and tell us what you think!

Palm Pixi Review

11/23/2009, When the Palm Pixi first appeared in May, there was a lot of excitement about an affordable Web OS device with a slim and sexy design. By the time Pixi had arrived to Market, a deluge of Android phones lead by the Motorola Droid and the powerful iPhone...

Motorola Droid Review

11/05/2009, Motorola Droid Review - The Motorola Droid is the first Android 2.0 to be commercially available. Droid is a high-end Android phone with a superb high-resolution screen

Nokia N900 Review

11/01/2009, Nokia is facing a tide of ferocious competitors in the lucrative high-end smartphone market, but the company is on the move: Nokia is battling on multiple fronts a the same time: OS, app store, maps and devices. With the N900, Nokia wanted to build a...

Motorola Cliq Review

10/28/2009, After a long walk in the desert, Motorola surprised everyone (or at least me) with the Motorola Cliq, an Android smartphone with a QWERTY sliding keyboard and most importantly MotoBlur, a combination of software and web services designed to unify all your...

Zune HD Review

10/24/2009, After playing with the Zune HD for some time, here’s the complete review. The first Zune was an interesting device, but it was not sexy and didn’t have any real edge over the iPod, except in two areas: the WIFI sync and more importantly, the...

HTC Hero Review

10/19/2009, There’s a flurry of Android phones out there and not so long ago but the HTC Hero is different not only because it has a better physical design, but also because it has HTC Sense, a proprietary user interface extension that only HTC-branded phones...

Lexar JumpDrive SAFE S3000 FIPS review

10/08/2009, There are USB flash drives, and then there are USB flash drives. We recently got our hands on the Lexar JumpDrive SAFE FIPS certified USB flash drive and have taken it out for a spin. Don’t think that all USB flash drives are alike – some of...

HTC Pure with Windows Mobile 6.5 Review

10/06/2009, Today AT&T announced the HTC Pure with Windows Mobile 6.5 and we had the chance to get our hands on the long rumored device. Windows Mobile 6.5 brings a new Touch-friendly user interface that resolves Windows 6.1′s horrible touch user interface,...

MyTouch 3G Review

09/26/2009, The MyTouch 3G (from T-Mobile U.S.A) is also known worldwide as the HTC Magic. This unit connects to the T-Mobile USA network and I’ve been using their service with various phones for a while now. MyTouch 3G revolves around a few ideas: “lots...

Archos 5 Internet Tablet Review

09/21/2009, Archos 5 Internet Tablet Review - Archos has shocked gadget fans worldwide when it launched its android-powered Archos 5 Internet Tablet last week

iPhone 3GS Review

08/26/2009, By now, there’s no need to introduce the iPhone 3GS: if you’re looking at this review, chances are that you are just wondering how it feels and if you should jump on the wagon and get one. However, you want to know if everything that you...

Sony Ericsson C905 Review

07/15/2009, The 8.1 Megapixel Cyber-Shot camera is the best feature of the Sony Ericsson C905, that is already on the market in Europe. Today, AT&T is launching the C905 in the U.S, making it the highest resolution camera phone ever from this carrier. We have...

Nokia N97 Review

07/09/2009, The Nokia N97 is the tip of the spear in Nokia’s smartphone lineup. It is the most powerful, smartest and fully featured phone of the company. It is also the first Nokia phone to make use of a large touch-display and that alone has raised the...

Umid mBook Review

07/01/2009, Now that we’ve spent some quality time with the mBook, including a live blogging field trip, let’s go over the pro and cons of using one of the smallest PCs out there. First, I would like to share the context: during a discussion with Intel,...