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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!

Asus Eee PC 1000HE Review

03/24/2009, Asus is the name synonymous with netbooks these days, and it is hard to believe that the past two years have seen significant leaps in terms of netbook technology from the humble Eee PC 701 that came with a 7″ display and just 4GB of internal memory...

Nokia N85 Review

03/24/2009, The Nokia N85 might have been released late last year, and we have taken it for a spin for a considerable amount of time before publishing our findings. This can be considered to be the second generation of the N Series from the Finnish cell phone...

Xperia X1 Review

03/12/2009, The Xperia X1 was one of the most anticipated smart phone of 2008. It came to the market very late, but it’s never too late to play with it and publish our findings. Let’s provide some context: The Xperia X1 is Sony Ericsson’s first...

MediaSmart Server EX-487 Review

03/09/2009, The HP MediaSmart Server EX-487 is the second generation MediaSmart Server. It runs on Windows Home Server, a flavor of Windows dedicated to network attached storage. The Ex-487 is in fact a small PC, however, HP made it quite easy to setup and manage and...

Windows Mobile 6.5 Mini Review

02/20/2009, Windows Mobile users were excited by the upcoming Windows Mobile 6.5, and while we have published an article that outlines the details of Microsoft’s new mobile OS and services just as they were announced, we had yet to test it for ourselves. We had...

Samsung OMNIA Review

01/22/2009, OMNIA means “everything” in Latin, and given its feature list, it’s fair to assume that this means that it can do everything that one could expect from a modern smartphone. The question is: how good is it at what it does. In this review,...

Beats Tour Review: The Mobile Monster ‘Beats by Dr. Dre’

01/16/2009, A surprising number of people seems happy to spend a relative fortune on a shiny new music player, only to listen with the headphones supplied in the box – a box, mind you, which was usually designed in California, made in China, and is arguably more...

GeForce 9400M Motherboard GPU Review

12/09/2008, I tested a system equipped with a GeForce 9400M motherboard GPU for about a week and it’s time to share what I think of it. First of all, this review won’t go into all the benchmarking stuff. For that, I’ll give you good pointers at the...

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....

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...