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.

Dopod D810
July 26th, 2007

It does away with phone keys, which are now virtual, activated by the stylus or your finger if you’re nimble enough, so it not only feels more like a web device but it gives you a more engaging experience than you’ll find on most mobiles with data communication.


iMate Smartflip
January 30th, 2007

Several attempts to transfer contacts and calendar data onto the Smartflip resulted in the calendar data but just a handful of contacts. Attempts to transfer music files in order to assign them as ringtones failed altogether.

HTC Touch, Sony VAIO VGCLM18G, Samsung R8 LCD TV
December 4th, 2007

The transparent surround makes it look more like an entertainment unit than a computer, and with the wireless mouse and keyboard, you could conceivably have it set up as your living room media centre.


INQ
May 27th, 2009

Billed ‘the world’s first Facebook phone’, the easy and fast access to the relevant services after an initial log in is indeed impressive, but if you’re used to using them on your PC’s browser the tiny screen size will feel more than a little restrictive.

Panasonic BD30 Blu-ray player, Phixr, iMate 9502
July 15th, 2008

If you want to convert an image to Sepia or bring out more colour but can’t afford Photoshop or you simply don’t want to own a piece of software for a one-off task, Phixr lets you make rudimentary edits to images completely on the Internet.






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