Saturday, November 25, 2006
Free Dopod 838

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Dopod 838-pro

The good: Range of connectivity options including 3G and HSDPA; slide-out QWERTY keypad; scroll wheel; support for Bluetooth stereo (A2DP).
The bad: Chunky size; heavy; microSD expansion slot.
The bottom line: An extremely well-equipped Pocket PC PDA-phone, Dopod has made sure that the 3G-enabled 838 Pro balances features with power so it doesn't leave you hanging when you need to access applications like Skype. Due to its size and weight, however, you'll need a bag if you're going to carry it around.

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Friday, November 24, 2006
Nokia 5300

The good: Great display; user-friendly controls; a wide range of features including a music player, a 1.3-megapixel camera, Bluetooth, an expandable memory slot, and support for push-to-talk networks; delivers on performance.
The bad: Memory card slot is an inconvenient location; internal memory is a measly 5MB.
The bottom line: The Nokia 5300 is a well-designed, user-friendly music cell phone that offers an amazing range of features backed up by outstanding performance.

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Samsung PS-50P7H

The PS-50P7H marks the latest flagship plasma TV from Samsung. It seems to be a replacement for the Q7, with little difference apart from a 6.4kg loss in weight. The P7 complements its LCD TV cousins, the F7 and N7 Mosel series, by bearing a common facade and design.

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Thursday, November 23, 2006
HP OfficeJet 6310

The good: Automatic document feeder; built-in media slots and PictBridge port; low profile; network ready; great color scans.
The bad: Slow text prints and scans; mediocre print quality; limited feature options.
The bottom line: The HP OfficeJet 6310 offers lots of features to home users but falls short in the face of its competition. There are better All-in-Ones for your home office.

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Nikon D80

The good: Good build quality; top LCD screen to display settings; in-camera editing functions; intuitive user interface; multiple exposure mode; supports SD high-capacity memory cards; snappy performance; good image quality with noise showing up at only ISO 1,600 and beyond.

The bad: Slower top shutter and flash-sync speed compared with D70s; bundled software does only basic RAW conversion; slight barrel distortion at the wide end of kit lens.

The bottom line: The Nikon D80 hits the sweet spot between the entry-level and midrange dSLR market and will appeal to photographers looking for an all-rounder with a range of useful features.


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Wednesday, November 22, 2006
Nokia N95

Are ready for Nokia N95

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Nokia E50
# Exceptional voice functions include quadband GSM, high-quality speakerphone, and enhanced voice commands
# Large memory storage with up to 70MB of built-in memory and support for microSD card
# Built-in security features and compatibility with add-on security solution
# Fast data connections using EDGE (EGPRS)
# Choice of push email solutions

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Tuesday, November 21, 2006
Just when thought we'd seen it all with the USB thumbdrive-in-a Swiss Army Knife, Victorinox has again surprised us. Taking off from its first digital foray, the company has now added an MP3 player with remote to its arsenal of tools. The s.beat, just out, comes in 1GB and 2GB flavors, with a 4GB version in the works. There's support for MP3, WMA and--yet more surprises--OGG Vorbis, a voice recorder and FM radio with six presets. Amazingly, the entire package is only slightly larger, in a handy 74 x 22 x 24mm size. Of course, this being a Swiss Army Knife (duh), you also get a blade, a pair of scissors and a nail file/screwdriver. But just in case you plant to take your player onboard, the Swiss have thought up a flight version, too, sans tools. All that's needed is to remove the player from the knife body in one step and, voila. Comes with a protective cover for the USB connection, And we know just the song to play on this multi-tool device.


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Samsung SGH-i310

Upcoming model... not review yet.


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Monday, November 20, 2006
Canon EOS 2OD

There is no doubt that the EOS 20D is a great camera. The improved responsiveness over the 10D is welcomed. However, if you don't require the 5fps continuous shooting rate nor do a lot of low-light shooting there's really no need to upgrade from the 10D or even abandon your Nikon glasses. The Nikon D70 is just as responsive--although you do have to go through menus to get to change some shooting functions like AF modes. The higher 8-megapixel rating shouldn't be a big consideration as it's only a 17 percent increase in both horizontal and vertical resolution--not the 33 percent increase that the raw megapixel figures suggest.

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Yahoo!Go on Nokia E50
Here's screenshoot of Yahoo !Go on Nokia E50

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Sunday, November 19, 2006
Sony Ericsson W810i

What is different with this ?

The good: 2-megapixel with autofocus; compact and stylish; good music playback and image quality; improved directional pad; bundled headset with 3.5mm audio jack.
The bad: No lens cover; lacks 3G; does not support Bluetooth stereo headsets; quirky music transfer software; same port for charging and handsfree.
The bottom line: Despite offering only minor improvements over its W800i predecessor, the Sony Ericsson W810i is still one of the better non-3G handsets out there with its nice blend of multimedia features, handy design and ease of use.

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O2 Xda Stealth - show off

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O2 Xda Stealth -- review
It's not the first PDA-phone with a number keypad, but the design of the O2 Xda Stealth (particularly the slide-out numeric buttons) does share an uncanny resemblance to Samsung's earlier slider handsets. Feature-wise, the Stealth, however, takes after its predecessor, the Atom. There's a QVGA (320 x 240-pixel) display, Intel Xscale 416MHz processor, 2-megapixel camera and triband GSM support.

The Stealth is possibly O2's first PDA-phone with a number keypad. Like the Asus P525, the decision to include a number keypad, instead of a QWERTY keypad, seems to be catching on among handheld makers. While it may add a slight bulk to the overall size of the device, the inclusion of a number keypad simply beats having to dial or SMS on the touchscreen display.

O2's new slider
In the case of the Stealth, it is 8mm longer, 5mm narrower and 4mm thicker than the original Atom. Compared with the Dopod 838 Pro with QWERTY keypad, the Stealth has a smaller footprint and weighs just 140g. That's the same weight as the Atom and almost 36g less than the 838 Pro.

We like how O2 has designed the Stealth to look like a slider-phone, which may just be enough to convince those still procrastinating over the traditional PDA form factor to finally switch over to a PDA-phone.

O2 has made several improvements to the hardware on the Stealth. While the display, processor and camera have remained pretty much the same as the Atom, the new handheld now comes with a larger (192MB) ROM memory and wireless 802.11b/g Wi-Fi support. Other noteworthy features include a stereo speaker, speakerphone function, Bluetooth v1.2 with A2DP profile and miniSD card slot.

As with most of the recently introduced handhelds, the O2 will also be bundled with the Messaging and Security Feature Pack for Windows Mobile 5.0, which adds functions such as push email on the device.

With the addition of a keypad, but only a marginal increase in size, something has to give. The most prominent tradeoff is the smaller 65K-color 2.4-inch touch screen. In comparison, the Atom sports a 2.7-inch display with 262K-color support. The Stealth also comes with a smaller capacity Lithium-ion battery (1,300mAh versus the Atom's 1,530mAh.)

We were slightly disappointed to find a USB 1.1 port which doubles as a charging port. According to the specs sheet given, the Stealth will also not be equipped with onboard FM radio.

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BenQ-Siemens EF71

Phone type : Triband
Networks : GSM 900, GSM 1800, GSM 1900
Connectivity options : GPRS, WAP, Java, Bluetooth, USB
Weight w/battery : 100 g
Battery type(s) supported : Rechargeable, removable 750mAh Lithium-ion battery
Max. talktime (in hours) : 3 hours
Max. standby time (in hours): 225 hours
Additional functions : FM transmitter; Webcam functionality; USB charging; voice memo; answering machine; USB mass storage; Openwave 6.3

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