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Sony Walkman Bean Review

11/22/2005, CNET has done up a review on the latest 1GB Sony Walkman Bean NW-E307. It boasts superior playback time of nearly 47 hours! Other than crystal clear FM reception, no other positives were noted. You can only transfer files via SonicStage which makes things...

Lifestyle icon Nokia N70 makes a splash

10/19/2005, The recently released Nokia N70 makes for a decent smartphone at the moment, unless you are willing to hold out for the Nokia E70. The screen is crisp, displaying pictures taken with the 2 megapixel camera nicely. Bluetooth 2.0 and a FM...

Fujitsu LifeBook S2020 Review

09/16/2005, This thin & light from Fujitsu is a good alternative to Sony’s “S” Series. It offers comparable form factor and performance. I think that the Xbrite display from Sony is better however. “The Fujitsu LifeBook S2020 is a basic...

WinBook C220 Review [Bottom-line: Cheap, useable but slow]

05/09/2005, Click to enlarge Co-Published with Laptop Magazine: Solutions for Business and Life. Affordability and portability don’t normally go hand in hand with laptops, but the $799 WinBook C220 manages this balance better than most. Weighing 5.7 pounds,...

Quantaray Aluminium Carrying Case

04/11/2005, I think it’s a bit much, but for $29…Review on Gadgetmadness Now that you have your precious PSP Console, a few among you will seek to get a good case to protect it. I stumbled on the Quantaray Aluminium case while surfing and I have to...

Samsung HT-DB390 Home Theater System Review

04/08/2005, At more than 15 pounds, the HT-DB390 is uncommonly heavy for a unit of its size, but it sports a gorgeous front panel that would be a shame to hide behind a cabinet door. More in the full post…  

Panasonic Toughbook CF-73

03/20/2005, Panasonic has introduced the first rugged laptop based on Intel’s new Sonoma mobile platform. Aptly named the Toughbook CF-73, the system is housed in a rugged magnesium-alloy case and contains a shock-and-vibration resistant hard disk. The display...

Samsung YH-999GS Portable Media Center Review

03/05/2005, In the fledgling world of PMC’s many others could learn a lot from this device. Co-Published with lordpercy Samsungs first stab at the portable media player marker was a bit of a disappointment and to be fair to them its a tricky thing to get right,...

Navman Pocket PC with built-in GPS

12/27/2004, A good GPS solution doesn’t come for cheap. A stand-alone GPS that would compare with a Pocket PC in terms of storage, extensibility, size of the screen and quality of the software would cost more than $600. For around $400, you can get the Navman...

Inspiron 9200 laptop with 17in. screen review

12/23/2004, BIOS writes: “Dell’s new high-end multimedia laptop offers a lot of features as well as a big and bright 17in. widescreen display for not a lot of financial outlay. The Inspiron 9200 also sports an eye-catching design that’s more Apple...

Sony AIBO ERS-7M2 review

12/19/2004, Ever since it came out, the AIBO is still one of the most recognized and admired gadgets in the world. The wonder dog, can entertain, do house sitting or… play music! With the latest “Mind 2″ software update, this AIBO has better motion....

XDA II Mini versus XDA IIs

12/16/2004, There is a good review of both the “XDA II mini” and the “XDA IIs” on the howard forums. Both phones are designed by HTC. Their respective codenames are “Magician” (XDA II mini) and “Blue Angel” (XDA IIs)....