SmartphoneThursday, 20 September, 2012 A pocket powerhouse with a screen that can make typing a little tricky
SmartphoneThursday, 20 September, 2012 For less than $500, any flaws the L7 has can be easily overlooked.
SmartphoneThursday, 30 August, 2012 It's semi-rugged and semi-sized ... sadly, we only found it semi-nifty.
SmartphoneMonday, 27 August, 2012 While the Defy Mini dented our appreciation of Motorola's 'life-proof' smartphone range, the Defy XT steps up to redeem it a little.
SmartphoneFriday, 24 August, 2012 It's robust, has reasonable screen resolution, and ...surprise! It has Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
SmartphoneFriday, 27 July, 2012 | 2 comments | 1 reviewWe loved the Nokia Lumia 800, and praised its cheaper alternative, the Lumia 710, almost as highly. The Lumia 610 is specced as an entry-level model to Nokia’s Windows Phone 7 range, available for $449 from Vodafone.
SmartphoneThursday, 28 June, 2012 Samsung’s entrant into the rugged smartphone arena is the Galaxy Xcover – an IP67-certified smartphone, meaning that it is dustproof and waterproof for up to one metre for 30 minutes.
TabletThursday, 31 January, 2013 | 7 comments Microsoft has taken a unique approach with the Surface, which is enabling it to gain some attention in a crowded tablet market. We wondered, though, where it might fall short and just how well it would hold its own against the competition.
TabletWednesday, 7 November, 2012 This 9.4-inch Android tablet improves upon the original Tablet S, which PC World reviewed early in 2012.
eBook readerThursday, 3 January, 2013 The Kobo Mini is an extra-small and lightweight ebook reader - a niche device ideal for reading on the go, if not much else.
ebook readerMonday, 12 November, 2012 | 2 comments The PRS-T2 is a lightweight E-Ink-Pearl-based ebook reader. As with all E-Ink readers, it has a monochrome display, and long battery life – Sony estimates one-and-a-half to two months, or up to 30,000 continuous page turns when reading.
Fitness watch with GPSMonday, 5 November, 2012 The Garmin Forerunner 610 is, at its most basic, just like any other modern fitness watch. You strap it to your wrist, press a button, wait for it to detect GPS satellites, and away you go on your run, or walk, or bike.
Automatic in-car trip recorderMonday, 24 September, 2012 The GPS Log Book is an Australian-developed product that makes it laughably easy to claim mileage expenses from your company, or as a tax-deductible expense for the self-employed.
GPS/UHF radioWednesday, 29 August, 2012 The Gamin Rino 650 is not the first product to combine two trailblazer’s tech tools: GPS, and the humble UHF personal radio (or ‘walkie-talkie’), but it’s one of the better ones we’ve seen.
In-car GPS softwareMonday, 23 July, 2012 In-car GPS software that adds a social dimension
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