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July 30, 2012 by

Fujitsu Stylistic M532 review

This smart-looking, lightweight 10.1in. Android tablet comes with a good range of preinstalled business software. Although its lack of support for USB devices and USB charging is unfortunate, Fujitsu has made an admirable job of producing a tablet that's equally usable in the office and at home.

October 29, 2005 By LightningStudios

Lightning Flash Player

Lightning Flash Player 2004 is a very easy-to-use flash player, which provides many expanded functions that give you the opportunities...

January 16, 2012 by

Xirrus XR-4000 Wireless Array

The XR-4000 is a very flexible, configurable and manageable Wi-Fi array that provides a compelling alternative to traditional solutions. Xirrus's modular architecture and pricing allows businesses to cater for their current requirements while retaining a clear upgrade path.

May 20, 2003 By Intel


Click on the following links for the driver package readme info:.../extract/Readme.txt This package supports the following driver models:Intel(R)...

September 22, 2008 by

Review: The Nokia E71 is a tough device to beat

It has been over 2 months since I wrote up my first impressions of the Nokia E71. At that time I was getting flooded with review and purchased devices such as the Palm Treo Pro, Samsung OMNIA, Touch Diamond, Treo 800w, MWg Zinc II, iPhone 3G and loads of applications with iPhone 2.0, Touch Diamond updates, and the iPAQ 910. Most of those devices are gone now, but the one that keeps earning the honor of carrying my AT&T SIM card is the Nokia E71. The fantastic hardware, valuable notifications on the standby screen, outstanding 3rd party application support, and form factor keep it in my pocket most of the time.

December 25, 2006 By JungleMetal


FlashTask is a powerful desktop utility. The FlashTask included two modules, they are Flash Launcher and Flash LANMessenger. Flash...

July 28, 2008 by

First impressions of the MWg Zinc II Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional device

I first heard about MWg at the Mobius 2008 event back in May and had a chance to see their Zinc II device. An evaluation model just arrived at the end of last week and my first impressions can be viewed and read about in the video, image gallery, and in my thoughts below. The MWg Zinc II is a SIM-unlocked Windows Mobile Professional 6.1 device now available in the U.S. for US$749.95 (I was unsure and said something about US$550 in my video) from various online retailers. After spending a couple of days with the device, I think it is a decent entry in this market and do look forward to seeing what else MWg comes out with in the future. However, the price is too high for the specifications and I am not sure how popular the device is going to be when there are other devices available from carriers for much less (like the AT&T Tilt).

April 4, 2008 by

LifeSize Express

As an entry point into high-definition video conferencing (telepresence), LifeSize Express is hard to beat. It's a standalone solution that occupies the middle ground between PC-plus-webcam systems and vastly expensive telepresence suite installations.

May 9, 2007 by

Samsung Q40

This is a nicely designed ultraportable with integrated 3G/HSDPA connectivity and a high-quality 12.1in. wide-aspect screen. It comes with two batteries and has an easily accessible SIM card slot, but the optical drive is an external unit and the system only has two on-board USB ports.

May 9, 2006 by

Samsung Q1

Samsung's Q1, the first Ultra Mobile PC (UMPC), lacks the portability of a handheld and falls short of the functionality of a notebook. Unfortunately, it doesn't add anything that would compensate for these failings.


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