Saturday, July 15, 2006


Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W70: review

Stephanie Boozer and Dave Etchells have reviewed this digital camera from Sony, the Cyber-shot DSC-W70.



Read more at imaging-resource

Friday, July 14, 2006


Sony Cyber Shot DSC-W100: review

Lori Grunin has reviewed this digital camera from Sony, the CyberShot DSC-W100.

- acceptable snapshots
- compact
- easy to use
- decent performance
- better-than-average movie quality

- beyond ISO 80
- photos look soft and smeary due to processing artifacts and noise

Read more at cnet

SanDisk e250: review

Lars-Göran Nilsson has reviewed this hard-disk based MP3-player from SanDisk, the Sansa e250.

The SanDisk Sansa e200 series might not be quite as stylish or as slim as the iPod Nano, but if you're after a Windows-friendly Flash-based MP3 player, it's one of the better ones out there. It's competitively priced, offers a wide range of functionality and the overall sound quality is very good.

Read more at reghardware

Thursday, July 13, 2006


Nokia E61: review

Michael Oryl has reviewed this mobile phone, the WiFi E61.

With the exception of my sometimes weird experiences when using IMAP email with the automatic retrieval turned on, the occasional unwanted pause in the UI experience, and the annoyingly easy to activate voice memo button, the Nokia E61 performed fantastically. The device does most everything, save take a photo, and does it exceptionally well. From the business user's perspective, the vast push email support and full functionality that comes from a fine web browser backed by EDGE, UMTS, and WiFi network connections means that the E61 can take care of some serious work.

Read more at mobileburn

Wednesday, July 12, 2006


Creative Zen V: review

Jasmine France has reviewed this MP3-player from Creative, it's the Zen V.

- offers a cute, pocket-friendly design without sacrificing screen real estate
- the vivid OLED display is viewable from any angle
- nice features, such as voice and line-in recording, photo playback, and compatibility with subscription WMA tracks
- the sound quality is great

- really small and has a cheap feel to it
- we wish Creative had included all the buttons found on the Vision:M
- the screen is difficult to see in bright sunlight, and there's no UMS support
- you don't get the FM radio and video playback found on the Plus version

Read more at cnet

Philips Pet320: review

Scott Jones has reviewed this portable DVD player from Philips, the Pet320, which is only slightly larger and heavier than our ancient CD-playing Walkman, he says.

• CD-player size with DVD functionality
• Rechargeable battery
• Easy-access menu screen

• Short battery life
• Needs better headphones
• Difficulty reading discs when propped upright with stand

Read more at Laptopmag

Tuesday, July 11, 2006


Samsung SPH-A640: review

Kent German has reviewed this mobile phone from Samsung, the SPH-A640.

- offers clear call quality and a useful range of features
- including a VGA camera with sharp photos
- Bluetooth
- speakerphone

- dull design, with a monochrome external display
- the speakerphone call quality is variable

Read more at cnet

Monday, July 10, 2006


Kodak EasyShare P712: review

Philip Ryan reviewed this digital camera from Kodak, the EasyShare P712.

- 12X optical zoom
- full manual controls
- optical image stabilization

- noisy at ISO 200 and above
- ISO 800 only at 1.2 megapixels

Read more at cnet

Dell XPS M1210: review

Biosmagazine has reviewed this laptop ftom Dell, it's the Dell XPS.

- Attractive
- robust
- fast
- great battery
- integrated 3G
- web camera

- runs hot

Sunday, July 09, 2006


Sanyo 6600 Katana: review

Nicole Lee has reviewed this mobile phone from Sanyo, the 6600 Katana. It's a pretty good midtier phone, she says.

- has a slim silhouette and offers a VGA camera,
- Bluetooth, speakerphone, text messaging, voice dialing, a voice recorder, and a wireless Web browser
- large external screen

- feature set is rather underwhelming and doesn't have 3G support like many of its slim counterparts
- suffers from flat keys that are slippery and difficult to dial by feel

Read more at cnet

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