Samsung U900
February 11th, 2009

The Samsung U900 was released as a media phone, but it isn’t the best example of one — during testing, music and videos were very low quality. That’s not to say it isn’t a good phone. The simplicity of use is a big plus in today’s fragmented phone market with so many features and capabilities around.

Apple iPhone
July 22nd, 2008

Like most Apple products, the iPhone is certainly the future and will undoubtedly drive technology to try and catch up. It’s no fault of the device that some aspects of the technology are too far behind — it’s up to Australian carriers and the broadband infrastructure to let it realise its full potential.


Samsung Omnia
November 1st, 2009

The Omnia gives you feedback for every virtual click with a tiny vibration, making it more repsonsive than many touch phones, and if you like this now-ubiquitous form factor but want to stand out from the crowd, it could be for you.

Siemens SK65
May 31st, 2005

You’d think that while they were losing $229 million on their mobile phone business worldwide, someone would have suggested making better phones as an avenue they hadn’t exhausted.


Acer Aspire 8920G, Sony Vegas Pro, 3 Skype Phone
June 24th, 2008

The media control console is attractive and you’ll get a real kick out of manipulating an otherwise flat surface to control chapter, volume and forward/reverse controls. It comes with a host of preinstalled software and if you want full movie or TV playing capability in a mobile computer, you couldn’t do much better right now.

Sony DR-BT22iK, NEC Versa S9100-VB, SonyEricsson W890i
June 3rd, 2008

They’re not quite snug enough to take jogging and the sound isn’t the best quality — not nearly as rich as that of a normal pair of iPod earbuds. At this stage, they’re an early adopter’s toy.






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