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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!

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....

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...

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, 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 I am critical of some of their...

SimpleTech Signature Mini Drive Review

06/22/2008, A few months ago, we tested the SimpleDrive from SimpleTech, this time we had the opportunity to lay our hands on the new SimpleTech series, the Signature Mini Drive. Our test unit is a Signature Mini Black Cherry 320GB. The packaging could be confused...

GeForce GTX 280 Review, and Why Everyone Should Care

06/16/2008, Click for live photos gallery, NVIDIA is releasing two new high-end graphics cards called GeForce GTX 280 and GTX 260 (official photo gallery), both are part of the GTX 200 Series. The timing is perfect: it will allow the NVIDIA to sweep contracts for the...

SanDisk Ultra II SDHC 4GB Review

05/21/2008, I know that the SanDisk Ultra II SDHC 4GB was released a couple of years ago, but that doesn’t mean one can’t pick if off the shelves still. Granted, many people have already moved on to 8GB, 16GB and even 32GB capacities, but if you’re...

Logitech diNovo Mini Review

04/04/2008, When we first played with the Logitech diNovo Mini, we loved the concept and it looked like it solved all our Media Center remote issues as it features a mouse and a QWERTY keyboard in a small and elegant package that can actually stay on the living room...