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.

Samsung Omnia
September 10th, 2009

The Omnia gives you feedback for every virtual click with a tiny vibration, making it more repsonsive than many touch phones, and if you like this now-ubiquitous form factor but want to stand out from the crowd, it could be for you.


Nokia adds new look in fashion to easy functions
June 6th, 2006

Their market is obviously women but not teenage girls, so while each model in the L’Amour collection has what you expect in any phone, they aren’t packed with everything that opens and shuts.

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.


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.

HTC Touch Pro
June 24th, 2009

The device is an odd, heavy and blocky shape and could be more comfortable or at least a bit more imaginative as the form factor of the new generation of landscape-oriented mobiles demands, and the signal dropped out or just failed to connect several times.






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