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.

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.


O2 Xda Flame, KonicaMinolta Bizhub C550, Apple iLife
December 11th, 2007

Konica Minolta’s Unity Desktop is an optical character recognition workflow that converts an original scanned by the Bizhub to editable text right on your desktop — with images and layout intact.

Sony Ericsson W880i
March 13th, 2007

Phones with MP3 players in them are an interesting proposition. Mobile phones have been mainstream for over 10 years now, MP3 players over five years. Many of us already have more than one of each in the backs of cupboards or various desk drawers at home and work.


Iliad, Philips VOIP 841, HTC P3470
June 17th, 2008

The Iliad has a clear surface with none of the reflecting or text artefacting properties of a PC screen, and by flicking the page turn bar on the left, reading on the 400g device is easy and comfortable.

Treo 650
August 30th, 2005

It’s stayed more or less in the same niche positions since it first appeared on the scene; the tool of choice for the road warrior executive or strapped to the aprons of waiters in trendy eateries.






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