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Top 10 reviews of 2007

Music players and laptops took pride of place this year, and the smaller the better -- check out our top 10 most read reviews for this year.
Written by Suzanne Tindal, Contributor on

Music players and laptops took pride of place this year, and the smaller the better -- check out our top 10 most read reviews for this year.

  1. Apple iPod Nano (3rd generation)

    Honey, I shrunk the iPod! The new nano has all the features of its big brother, the Classic, but in a smaller package with fewer gigabytes.

  2. HP Compaq Presario C500

    A good value laptop that outperforms many other notebooks at the same price -- the only feature missing is a DVD burner.

  3. Apple iPod Touch

    If the Touch is the player that you want, that you really, really want, you've probably got one already. Fence-sitters should stay there until next year when third-party apps or version 2.0 comes out.

  4. HTC Touch

    While not a iPhone killer, the HTC Touch represents good value for money. If you can do without 3G support or a high-res camera, then the Touch will offer most features you'd require from a smartphone.

  5. Toshiba Satellite A200

    The A200 is a good all-rounder notebook with plenty to offer those on a budget. Just don't expect a performance powerhouse at this price.

  6. Nokia 6085

    Nokia's 6085 is a fashionable flip phone with a broad feature set and an affordable price tag.

  7. Dell XPS M1330

    If you're in the market for a portable, the 1.78kg Dell XPS with its HDMI port and slot-loading DVD is both stylish and a pleasure to use.

  8. Dell SE198WFP

    The Dell SE198WFP is a 19-inch monitor which presents excellent value for money, and a decent level of performance as well. Check our Australian review.

  9. Fujitsu LifeBook U1010

    The Fujitsu U1010 is a cute and fun little gadget, but a low battery life and awkward interface temper our enthusiasm.

  10. Nokia N82

    Nokia's latest N-series handset combines the form factor of the N73 and the feature set of the N95 into one powerful camera-phone package.

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