I’ve been testing Nokia’s E52 for a week or so now, and in due course of time there will be a full review up here at the site.But before that goes live, I want to point out one quite astonishing feature of this handset.
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The N120 has been out for a few months and Samsung sent me one at launch. I’ve had a fair few netbooks around the office, and this has turned out to be my favourite so far for two key reasons.
First, a lengthy quote from the Mio Web site:“Wherever you go, the V505 TV’s 4.7" widescreen helps you get the most out of navigation and also gives you Digital TV in sharp detail*.
Nokia’s N97 hit my desk on Friday courtesy of Clove and I’ve been fiddling with it over the weekend.Nokia is trying to pull off a clever trick with the N97.
The BlackBerry Pearl Flip 8220 (let's just call it the Flip for short), is the first clamshell device from RIM and it is not short on features. It goes without saying that it meets RIM's mobile email criteria, and it also packs GPS and Wi-Fi, which are two near necessities of the modern handheld/smartphone world.
The netbook has been the computing phenomenon of 2008. Packing some hardware into a tiny notebook chassis and flogging the result as a low cost connected computer has proved a real moneyspinner for hardware bods.
I've been playing with the EeePC 901 as offered by Orange for 'free' on a mobile broadband contract.Now, I am not sure that tying yourself in to £24.
Loving the new ZDNet.co.uk broadband speed test* for its usability and simple but engaging graphics.
The PsiXpda is an homage to the long gone but still much loved and greatly missed Psion portable computers. Many who have been in this industry for long enough to have experienced the Psion Series 5 view it as the best pocket computer ever, full stop.
Eye-Fi sounds like a great idea. It is a Wi-Fi enabled SD card that can transfer images and video from your digital camera to a PC and thence online.