Apacer AU840 MP3 Player, Driving Licence Success, Palm Treo 500
April 22nd, 2008

The CD offered to install drivers for Windows 98 or something called a setup utility that appeared in some garbled foreign language, therefore unusable. Then we opened Windows Media Player to try and use the inbuilt sync but the software didn’t recognise the player.

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.


02 Xda Atom
May 2nd, 2006

You’re either going to be a young professional who already has a battery of requisite digital devices or a teenager without the means to shell out the $1,200 for it.

Hiptop Slide, Network Magic Pro, Canon PIXMA MP610
February 26th, 2008

If you use several computers and peripherals with different operating systems in your home or office, you know how agonising networking can be. Even an all-XP or all-Vista environment is fiddly.


Blackberry 8520
January 27th, 2010

But after a few forgettable models where the Blackberry’s distinctive design lost its way, the 8520 is back on track with the familiar layout, comfortable size and a miniature trackpad that makes getting around easy.

Nokia gets down the business with the E61
September 19th, 2006

What that means is that it’s trying as hard as it can to be a mobile PC, which means a clutter-free interface, full keyboard and large screen.






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March 19th, 2012

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November 6th, 2011

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September 16th, 2011

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September 16th, 2011

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