Dragon Naturally Speaking 10
July 20th, 2009

You can buy language pakcs for your particular industry containing words common to your professional field, but the speech engine does a great job training itself to terms you use often that aren’t in the dictionary. It also comes with a headset and microphone that plug straight into you PC’s microphone jack so there’s nothing more to buy.

Sonim XP1
April 8th, 2009

It runs on a familiar operating system that allows for basic functions like ring-tones and a phone book, and has GPRS network connectivity — nowhere near the breakneck speeds of 3G but adequate if you’ll use it primarily for voice communications.


HP 4510s
January 1st, 2010

If there were only one reason to buy the HP 4510 series it would be the typing experience. With a full extended keyboard, it takes a keyboard layout approach we’ve seen far too rarely. Each key is only a few millimetres above the chassis and needs only the slightest touch, and a small gutter between each key cuts down errant keystrokes dramatically.

Logitech MX 3200 cordless desktop
April 3rd, 2007

It takes full advantage of Vista’s application switching graphics from right on the mouse buttons, but if you don’t have the latest and greatest system with the necessary graphics drivers there’ll be some functions you frustratingly can’t use.


Seagate FreeAgent Pro
September 1st, 2007

Part of the service offering is free space on Seagate’s servers — though why you need it with 320Gb in front of you is a mystery. There’s also a system to sign up with the company to access the features that allow you to control your backup and retrieve data over the web.

Panasonic U1
April 1st, 2009

How comfortable it is to use is another matter. It’s designed to be held with one hand thanks to the harness attached to the back, but it’s not a light device. Nor is typing on the keyboard easy — despite the keys being as prominently and evenly spaced as they can be — or easy to see what you’re doing on the 5.6 inch screen.






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