Stuff we reviewed


Getac V110
Getac F110
Juniper Systems Archer 2
Getac B300 G5
Motion F5te
Dell Latitude E6430 ATG
TabletKiosk NetSlate a525
Durabook SA14/a>
Lenovo ThinkPad X230t
Fujitsu Stylistic Q572
Fuji FinePix XP200 rugged camera
Getac Z710 Android tablet
Motion F5t
Dell E6420 XFR
Motion CL910
GammaTech U12Ci
DRS ARMOR X7ad
DAP M9700
Motion CL900
Samsung Galaxy Tab
Olympus E-PL1 with PT-EP01
DAP M4000 Series
Flip Ultra HD/Ikelite/PRO-V8
2T HANDGEAR
Panasonic Lumix TS2
DAP M2000 Series
Casio IT-800
LiquidImage VideoMask 320
Handheld Nautiz X3
Augen GenTouch78
Fujitsu Lifebook UH900
ECTACO jetBook-Lite
Nikon Coolpix S210
Nikon Coolpix S520
Ricoh 500SE
Olympus Stylus 1030 SW
Olympus Stylus 850 SW
Casio Exilim Pro EX-F1
Casio Exilim EX-Z100/200
Casio Exilim EX-Z80
Casio Exilim EX-S10
FujiFilm FinePix Z100fd
Eye-Fi wireless 2GB SD card
Nikon Coolpix S51c
Nikon Coolpix S700
Nikon Coolpix S510
Nikon Coolpix P50
Nikon Coolpix P5100
Nikon Coolpix L15
Nikon Coolpix L14
Olympus SP-560UZ
Olympus Stylus 790SW
Olympus Stylus 1200
Olympus Stylus 830
Olympus Stylus 820
Olympus FE-300
Olympus FE-290
Olympus FE-280
SeaLife ECOshot
Casio Exilim EX-Z77
Pentax Optio W30
Pentax Optio T30
Flip Video camcorder
Pentax Optio A30
Pentax Optio E30
Pentax Optio M30
Olympus Evolt E-330
Olympus Stylus 770 SW
Olympus Evolt E-410 (pre)
Olympus Evolt E-510 (pre)
Olympus SP-510UZ
Casio Exilim EX-Z1000
Nikon Coolpix P3
Fuji FinePix A600
Casio Exilim S770
Fuji FinePix F650
Fuji FinePix F20
Samsung Pro815
Fuji FinePix S9100
Olympus FE-170/180/190
11 Sub-$300 cameras
13 Thin Zoom cameras
8 Long Zoom cameras
11 7-megapixel cameras
Toshiba Tecra Mt7
Portege M400 road test
DRS Hammerhead Xtreme
Electrovaya Scribbler SC-3100
Toshiba Tecra M4
Motion LS800
Twinhead Durabook N14RA
Toshiba Portege M400
Itronix GoBook VR1
Motion LE1600
HP Compaq tc4200
Itronix Duo-Touch
OQO model01
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REVIEWS AND FEATURES

Recent Reviews and Features

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1
The Galaxy Note 10.1 is a 10-inch Android tablet with a nicely integrated active, pressure-sensitive pen. As such, it offers content creation capabilities not generally found in media tablets. This a screamingly fast tablet, reviewer Dan Rasmus found, but it's a bit plasticky and WXGA resolution is marginal these days. Still, Rasmus tentatively recommends the Note for folks who like pens.

Full review of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1


Kindle Fire HD 7 tablet
By stripping away the geeky shell of Google's Android, with the Kindle Fire HD 7 Amazon has developed a device that delivers the shopping, listening and viewing (and occasional gaming and apping) that its customers demand. With a speedy processor, a nice 1280 x 800 pixel multi-touch screen, and standard microUSB and microHDMI ports, the Kindle Fire HD 7 aims for all those millions who just want to use their tablet and have easy access to Amazon.

Full review of the Kindle Fire HD 7 tablet


Sprint Samsung Galaxy Tab
Something interesting happened in 2010. It was the year of the tablet, but there really weren't any tablets other than the iPad, which sold by the millions. But it was the year of the tablet nonetheless, with everyone discovering that tablets were, apparently, for real, just as three years ago everyone discovered that the iPhone, and what it represented, was for real. So everyone talked about their tablet plans in 2010, but only one company actually delivered an actual, live, real contender and alternative to the iPad, and that is Samsung with the Galaxy Tab you see here. Yes, Samsung delivered where others just promised, and that, too, may be a sign of things to come.

Full review of the Samsung Galaxy Tab


Motorola Droid X
Motorola hits another homerun with the Droid X Android smartphone. I'm not certain what the "X" stands for, but I'm going to say that it must stand for "Excellent" because it is. Let me tell you why I have come to that conclusion. The first thing that will grab you is the humongous 4.3 inch touch screen, and its brilliant WVGA edge to edge display that supports up to 16 colors. Remember the old three and four color screens we used to get so excited about? Its sleek, shiny black case measures 5 x 2.6 x .4 inches. It has a slight hump on the back presumably to accommodate the camera and flash--more about that later. It weighs in at 5.47 ounces. So, it's not going to make your pants fall down if you put it in your pocket.

Dr. Tim's full review of the Motorola Droid X


Fujitsu UH900 Mini-Motebook II
What if a big full-size notebook is much too big, and even a handy netbook is still too large, but you do need full Windows 7 functionality and a high-res screen? Then you should look at the Fujitsu UH900 mini-notebook. The little 1-pound marvel, powered by a 1.6GHz Intel Atom Z530 chip, sports incredible 1280 x 800 pixel resolution on its jewel-like 5.6-inch display, offers multi-touch, has a full-function keyboard and a speedy 62GB solid state disk, onboard Garmin Mobile PC GPS, and good connectivity, both wired and wireless. And even the price is not out of line. So how well does it all work?

Read full review of the Fujitsu UH900


MWg Zinc II
Zinc II is the latest MWg Windows Mobile device to be released in the U.S. market following the Atom Life earlier this year. Its major features include a horizontal slide-out keyboard, build-in GPS, a 2.0 Mpx camera, Wi-Fi (802.11b/g), Bluetooth 2.0 with unlocked UMTS Tri-band, and GSM Quad-band phone functionality. The US$599 Zinc II measures 109.5 x 59 x 18 mm weighs 159g, and has a 250 x 320 resolution 2.8 inch QVGA touch screen. Sporting a 500 Mhz Samsung processor, it only has 64 MB RAM and 256 MB ROM with a Micro SD memory slot.

Dr. Tim's full review of the Zinc II


BlackBerry Storm
With the Apple iPhone juggernaut showing no signs of slowing down, everyone else must make sure not to be left behind. That's why RIM will ship the BlackBerry Storm later in 2008 for use on Verizon Wireless in the US and Vodafone in Europe. Similar in size and weight to the iPhone, the Storm combines traditional BlackBerry email prowess with a cool new look and more consumer-oriented features.

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HTC Touch Diamond
HTC is first to bring a 3/3.5G touch device to market. The Touch Diamond is a very small and light smartphone with an ultra-high resolution screen, an elegant 3-D user interface sitting on top of Windows Mobile 6.1, a 3.2 megapixel camera, GPS, and 4GB of storage for music, pictures and video. We examine HTC's latest and compare its specs side-by-side with the iPhone.

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Windows Mobile Spring Cleaning!
Spring is here, and it's time for a little housekeeping on your Windows Mobile device to clean out the cobwebs that have accumulated over the winter. Tim Hillebrand has some helpful suggestions on how to keep your machine lean, clean, and mean.

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HP iPAQ 310 Travel Companion: full road test
The HP iPAQ 310 Travel Companion is primarily a GPS (though it can do a lot of other things) and thus very different from almost all iPAQs before it. We've now had a chance to extensively road-test the 310. It certainly has an awesome display (4.3-inch, 800 x 480 pixels), but how well does it work on the road?

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Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1: Sony launches impressive iPhone competitor
Unwilling to let Apple get all the attention with its sleek iPhone, Sony Ericsson launched XPERIA and announced the first XPERIA phone, the X1. What is XPERIA? Unfortunately not something brand-spanking new. Instead, Sony Ericsson chose to use Windows Mobile 6 but design a new desktop interface. Like the iPhone, XPERIA uses a touchscreen, but unlike the iPhone, there is also a physical slider keyboard that, depending on your preferences, can make data entry easier.

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HTC Shift
With the long-awaited Shift, HTC demonstrates that you can run Vista and Windows Mobile side-by-side, and very elegantly so. The dual-processor Shift excels in clean design and execution, and even if it fails or is quickly replaced, it does offer an interesting look at how "hybrid" devices could make complementing technologies work together to provide extra functionality.

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Five new HP iPAQs!

HP releases five new iPAQs (and a whole slew of new iPAQ programs, services and accessories). Read all about the "classic" iPAQ 110 that combines iPAQ style with state-of-the-art technology; the enterprise-oriented iPAQ 210 -- a spiritual successor of the iPAQ 4700 with its big and razor-sharp VGA display; the iPAQ 310 Travel Companion with a large, ultra-hi-res screen and a GPS-optimized processor; and two quad-band/3Q/WiFi/Bluetooth/GPS communicators with either a phone keypad (the iPAQ 610) or a thumbtype keyboard (the iPAQ 910).

Read review of the iPAQ 110, iPAQ 210, iPAQ 310, iPAQ 610, and iPAQ 910


Apple iPhone
The Announcement. The Wait. The Day. The Phone. The story of how one of our contributor fell in love with the iPhone, then waited and waited and waited, stood in line, and then screamed out "Zero!" when the rope at the Apple store line was lifted. Ann Marie describes the iPhone, what it can do and what it can't, and what she'd like to see in software upgrades and next gen versions.

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HP iPAQ hw6925 Pocket PC
Certainly a very persuasive argument in favor of the Pocket PC Phone Edition platform

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Samsung Black Jack
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

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Have iPAQ, will travel
Tim Hillebrand reviews the HP iPAQ rx5900 Travel Companion

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HP's first smartphone
We're taking a first look at HP's new iPAQ 500 Series Voice Messenger.

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Favorites at 2007 CES
Tim Hillebrand goes to CES in Vegas and picks his six favorite new gadgets.

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Which iPod Should I Get?
It's really not as simple as you might think to pick the right model for your unique life and style. We evaluate the current lineup as well as older models, and also the hottest iPod accessories.

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i-Mate Smartphone lineup
Now here's a company that covers all the bases, with fine models ranging from Phone Editions to Smartphones. SP5 Smartphone, SP5m Smartphone, JASJAR, K-JAM, JAMMIN and PDA-N. And all are unlocked!.

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How To: Series 60 Tips & Tricks
Exploit two useful tools on your Series 60 smartphone.

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Status of Digital Cameras early 2007
For those shopping for a digital camera there's never been a better time, or a more confusing one. Never a better one because the prices of digital cameras have come down so much that many high quality digital cameras from major manufacturers are now priced below the traditional US$299 "pain threshold." We tell you where things stand.

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Thin-Zoom Camera Roundup
Get the skinny on a baker's dozen of the thinnest, coolest, sexiest digicams available. The results may surprise you!

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Full Features 2006

Long-Zoom Roundup
Why settle for a measly 3X? Here are eight digicams with fat 5-12X optical zoom lenses that get you right into the action.

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19" to 21" Flat Panel Monitors
Give your tired eyes a break and upgrade to one of these six sharp, brilliant, and oh so sexy looking monitors.

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This iPod Does Video
Phenomenally successful music player effortlessly morphs into a personal media center. Next stop, Hollywood.

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Watch This!
New wrist-top wonders make Dick Tracy green with envy.

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Bill & Ed's Excellent Adventure
A Palm is a Palm, except when it's a Windows Mobile Treo.

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Sibling Rivalry
Microsoft Smartphone or Pocket PC Phone? Tough call.

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Full Features late 2005

7-Megapixel Mania
We test a dozen compacts with more pixels, more speed, and way more cool than ever before.

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Podcasting Primer
On demand, personalized audio programming is just a click away. We show you how to find what's out there and how to create your own podcast on the cheap.

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Top 10 Reasons to Buy a PDA
The personal digital assistant is far from dead. Here's why you should thumb your nose at the doomsayers and own one.

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Smartphone Roundup
Lots of cool machines, lots of confusion in this constantly changing space. We're here to help.

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Handheld Security
Now is the time for your company to take mobile security seriously. Here's how to get started.

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Recent and classic reviews:

PDAs and smartphones

  • Samsung Galaxy Note
  • Acer Iconia Tab A500
  • Apple iPad 3
  • Apple iPad 2
  • GoPro Hero2
  • Handheld Nautiz X7
  • Handheld Nautiz X5
  • Apple iPhone 3GS update
  • Apple iPhone 3GS
  • Palm Treo 800w
  • Neonode N2
  • Palm Centro smartphone
  • Trimble Nomad
  • HP iPAQ 110
  • HP iPAQ 210
  • HP iPAQ 310
  • HP iPAQ 610
  • HP iPAQ 910
  • Apple iPhone
  • HP iPAQ hw6925
  • Palm Treo 755p
  • Samsung Black Jack
  • HP iPAQ rx5900
  • HP iPAQ 500 Series
  • AlphaSmart Neo
  • Asus A730W
  • Mio 168 DigiWalker Pocket PC
  • Palm LifeDrive
  • Palm Tungsten E2
  • Palm Tungsten T5
  • Palm Tungsten T5: first look
  • Palm Zire 72
  • Palm Zire 31
  • MIO 168RS
  • Fossil Wrist PDA
  • Dell Axim X30
  • Dell Axim X50v
  • HP iPAQ hx2750
  • TDS Recon

    GPS/mapping

  • Asus GPS Solution
  • DeLorme Street Atlas 2005
  • Garmin M5
  • Garmin iQUE M5: preview
  • iGolf SDIO GPS
  • Magellan Meridian Color
  • Magellan RoadMate 700
  • Mapopolis Navigator
  • OSTIA GPS Navigation
  • Socket GPS NavKit
  • TomTom Navigator
  • Transplant BT GPS
  • Waypoint 200

    Cool notebooks and tablets

  • Motion CL900
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab
  • Getac S400
  • Augen GenTouch78
  • Apple iPad
  • Fujitsu Lifebook UH900
  • Samwell Ruggedbook SR800
  • Dell Latitude XT2
  • Motion F5 update
  • Toshiba Portege M750
  • Lenovo ThinkPad X200 Tablet
  • Motion LE1700
  • HP Elitebook 2730p
  • Fujitsu LifeBook T5010
  • Fujitsu LifeBook T1010
  • Advantech MARS-3100R
  • GETAC B300
  • DRS ARMOR X10
  • GD-Itronix Duo-Touch II
  • Dell ATG D630
  • GETAC V100
  • GD-Itronix GoBook MR-1
  • GD-Itronix GoBook VR-2
  • MobileDemand xTablet T8600
  • GETAC M230 slim rugged
  • Motion Computing LE1700
  • Motion Computing C5
  • Toshiba Tecra M7
  • Itronix GoBook XR-1
  • OQO Model 1 ultra-portable PC
  • Alienware Area 51 MJ-12m 7700
  • Toshiba m200 Tablet PC

    Digital Cameras

  • Ryobi Durashot
  • Casio Exilim EX-G1
  • Canon D10
  • Panasonic Lumix TS1
  • Pure Digital Flip UltraHD
  • Ricoh 500SE
  • Olympus Stylus 1030 SW
  • Olympus Stylus 850 SW
  • Casio Exilim Pro EX-F1
  • Casio Exilim EX-Z100/200
  • Casio Exilim EX-Z80
  • Casio Exilim EX-S10
  • FujiFilm FinePix Z100fd
  • Eye-Fi wireless 2GB SD card
  • Nikon Coolpix S51c
  • Nikon Coolpix S700
  • Nikon Coolpix S510
  • Nikon Coolpix P50
  • Nikon Coolpix P5100
  • Nikon Coolpix L15
  • Nikon Coolpix L14
  • Olympus SP-560UZ
  • Olympus Stylus 790SW
  • Olympus Stylus 1200
  • Olympus Stylus 830
  • Olympus Stylus 820
  • Olympus FE-300
  • Olympus FE-290
  • Olympus FE-280
  • SeaLife ECOshot
  • Pentax Optio W30
  • Pentax Optio T30
  • Flip Video camcorder
  • Pentax Optio A30
  • Pentax Optio E30
  • Pentax Optio M30
  • Olympus Evolt E-330
  • Olympus Stylus 770 SW
  • Olympus Evolt E-410 (pre)
  • Olympus Evolt E-510 (pre)
  • Olympus SP-510UZ
  • Casio Exilim EX-Z1000
  • Nikon Coolpix P3
  • Fuji FinePix A600
  • Casio Exilim S770
  • Fuji FinePix F650
  • Fuji FinePix F620
  • Samsung Pro815
  • Fuji FinePix S9100
  • Olympus Stylus FE170/180/190
  • Pentax Optio A10
  • Olympus Stylus 750
  • Olympus Stylus 740
  • Olympus Stylus 720SW
  • Pentax Optio W10
  • Casio Exilim S600
  • Casio Exilim Z750
  • Casio EXILIM EX-Z40
  • Casio Exilim Pro EX-P700
  • Casio Exilim EX-P600
  • Canon Powershot SD20
  • Canon PowerShot A80
  • Concord 5345z
  • Epson PhotoPC L-410
  • FujiFilm F10
  • FujiFilm FinePix F450
  • Fujifilm FinePix E550
  • Kyocera FineCam SL400R
  • Konica Minolta DiMAGE Z20
  • Konica Minolta DiMAGE X50
  • Leica Digilux 2
  • Olympus C-5060
  • Olympus C-60 Zoom
  • Olympus Stylus 500
  • Pentax Optio SV
  • Samsung U-CA 3
  • Sony Cyber-shot DSC-V3
  • Sony CyberShot F828
  • Sony Cyber-shot F88
  • Sony Cyber-Shot P200

    Other cool stuff

  • Electrovaya PowerPad 95
  • Otterbox 7000
  • Archos Pocket Media Assistant 430
  • Treo Bluetooth Headset
  • SanDisk SD WiFi Card
  • BoxWave accessory round-up
  • ProPorta TomeRaider
  • AvantGo
  • Kinoma Producer 2
  • Skinlt Vinyl Skins
  • DVD to Pocket PC
  • Wrist NET watch
  • Freedom BT Keyboard
  • Windows Mobile-Mac sync tools
  • irock! 440/450FM
  • SnapperMail
  • WiFinder Plus
  • Quickoffice for Symbian
  • Palm Audiobooks
  • Transcreative WordBook Dictionary
  • Handmark Express
  • G-Tech/Pro RR
  • Samsung VM-A680 Video Phone

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