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Pros loud, statement-making design wonderful display massive 300gb hard drive standard speedy processor reliable excellent value for money Cons Vista Ultimate should be standard no high-definition drive available display could be at higher resolution design won’t appeal to everyone Design Whilst the casing design won’t appeal to everybody, HP never intentioned the dv2840tx Artist Edition […]

The BlackBerry Pearl 8120 is the first device we have subjected to our new ‘Quick Review’ criteria, which involves a more everyday testing procedure, and a simplified, shorter review that’s easy to understand and quick to follow. Pros – a stylish alternative to other BlackBerry models – exceptional email integration – easy to set up […]

HTC has had considerable success in Australia with its Touch line of products – the Touch PDA / smartphone and the Touch Dual slider. They’re about to introduce a new high-end Touch model – the Touch Cruise – which packs in most of the features that the other two Touch variants lack, whilst still maintaining […]

In order to continually satisfy the huge variety of markets that the Finnish telecom giant Nokia serves, the manufacturer consistently churns out new models — sometimes to replace predecessors which are less than six months old. The Nokia 5610 XpressMusic is such an update — to which model, it is not entirely clear, but the […]

HTC has come a long way since its extended operation as an original equipment designer over the past few years. Since buying out Dopod, and severing ties with O2 Asia, i-mate and other manufacturers who previously sourced devices from HTC, the company has succeeded in creating a somewhat-known brand that takes and increases on the […]

HP is in the final stages of its plan to revitalise the ageing and increasingly tired iPAQ range of handhelds, and the first model to hit the shelves in Australia has been the iPAQ 112. This PDA – which cannot be referred to as a smartphone, as it is phoneless. The iPAQ 112 is actually […]