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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...

iZ3D monitor review

04/27/2007, Ah – 3D. The very word sends shivers down my spine, as the 3D realm was what brought gaming to life after Mode 7 scrolling on the Super NES did its utmost best to prolong the 2D era for games. With leaps and bounds made in the 3D arena, it would be...

R/C Mini Mario Kart Advance Set Review

11/25/2006,   Ahh – Mario Kart. Who could forget one of the most memorable karting games that was ever produced on a home console with the introduction of Super Mario Kart back in the heydays of the Super Nintendo Entertainment System? Everyone was...

Palm CEO: Future of the Treo, iPhone thoughts

11/21/2006, A bunch of Windows Mobile 5 devices are coming out for Christmas and it’s a good time to have Jean-Baptiste Su from The French News Agency ask Palm’s CEO, Ed Colligan, about how Palm intends to differentiate Treo devices from other Windows...

Brando 1GB USB Flash Card Review

11/06/2006, Brando of Hong Kong is well known for its attractive range of gadgets and gizmos, and their USB Flash Drive is certainly one of the more practical offerings of recent times. This 1GB USB Flash Card comes in a simple, clear plastic package with no...

Tasty Mio H610 personal GPS

09/08/2006, We just got back from San Francisco where we attended the official U.S launch of the Mio H610. After a first wave hype in March of this year, customers will finally be able to get their hands on the H610 in October. The product is designed to be...

Dell 3007WFP 30-inch LCD Monitor Review

02/14/2006, The Dell 3007WFP 30” wide screen LCD display is one of the most, if not the most awesome, computer monitor on the market. Its native resolution is 2560×1600 which is about 4 Million pixels (4 Megapixel). In monitor real estate, that’s the...

IPEVO Skype USB Phone Review

02/02/2006, We’ve received the stylish IPEVO Skype USB Phone that we’ve mentioned previously on Ubergizmo. The unit is juts as we thought it would be: very light (65g) and well designed. T is very easy to configure. Basically, just install the software,...

Rhino-Skin iPod video 60GB HardCase Review

02/02/2006, If you want to protect your iPod video without hiding it, this case Rhino-Skin might be what you’re looking for. This case made of aluminum (back) and clear plastic (front), a combination that keeps the overall look of the iPod, but makes it a bit...

Kenpo Jacket with iPod controls – Review

01/24/2006, It is known that snowboarders have been targeted by the consumer electronics industry. We’ve seen helmets with integrated speakers but Kenpo has something much more practical: a Jacket with iPod controls that will let one send commands to the MP3...

MSN TV 2 Review

01/24/2006, I’ve heard about MSN TV years ago and back then I did not really pay attention because I already had a PC. However, we’ve recently had the opportunity to test MSN TV 2, so we went for it. In a nutshell, MSN TV 2 is a paid online service that...

PDair White Leather Case for the Sony PSP Reviewed

11/28/2005, As Sony starts to roll the Giga Pack, more people will get the Ceramic White Sony PSP console ans will want to protect it. This case is especially good looking on a white PSP. It will protect the console from scratches and mild shocks which are the...