NEC Versa P8100
January 10th, 2006

All in all it’s a power hungry machine, and throwing graphics, games and everything possible at it gave us a battery life of a little over two hours, so it’s a more suitable desktop replacement than it is a travelling companion depending in your field.

Dell Inspiron Mini 9 Netbook
April 15th, 2009

In Australia, Vodafone are giving it away if you sign up for their 2 year, $59.95 mobile broadband plan, and after slotting the SIM card underneath the Inspiron’s battery we realised the Vodafone network had come of age, giving us speeds of up to 1.5Mbps in the Perth suburbs.

Motorola S9 Bluetooth headphones and D650 iPod adapter, MX Air, Maxtor OneTouch Plus 4
March 25th, 2008

Some gadgets have some practical use but make you feel like a villain in a James Bond film sporting all the coolest gear, and the MX Air is one. It’s a wireless mouse that works the normal way (ie on a desktop) via a small USB transceiver. But pick it up and wave it in the air and the gyroscope in the body of the device transmits your movements to the tranceiver.

NEC Versa P600
February 17th, 2004

Clock speeds that go through the roof only mean you’ll get shorter times out of your battery, and your machine will be hot enough to fry an egg on. The mother lode of mobile chip technology is a long battery life.

LG P1 Express Dual
April 25th, 2006

It might not sound like a big deal, but the human eye responds to light rather than dark colours, and the key you’re looking for is that much harder to see against a black background.

Wishes do come true
November 30th, 2005

Imagine you walked into a computer store and asked rattled off a list of specifications to the sales consultant that aren’t that spectacular in themselves, but which you rarely see together in a retail notebook.

Telstra Bigpond Movies, Fujitsu U1010, Motorola H710 Fujitsu U1010 Price: $1,999 The Fujitsu Lifebook U1010 is the crossroads between the ultramobile ...
May 27th, 2008

Versa T400 In a scene in Star Trek IV, Enterprise engineer Scotty (during an ...
April 27th, 2004

Sony VAIO VGN FJ8GP $1,999 About 15 years ago, an enterprising and ultimately doomed venture saw computer ...
December 19th, 2006

Vodafone Internet Stick Mobile Broadband is becoming steadily more attractive, and the Vodafone Internet Stick ...
October 22nd, 2008

Toshiba Portege R400 Notebook Tablet PCs are still trying to make inroads into the market. Somebody ...
July 1st, 2007

NEC Versa E6510VB Looking every bit a conservative, cool business machine, NEC's latest Versa can ...
November 26th, 2008

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