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HTC TyTN 'super 3G' smart phone

Review HTC, the company behind the T-Mobile MDA, O2 XDA and Orange SPV mobile phones, not to mention a host of others offered by less well-known vendors, has broken away from its white label roots to offer its phones without operator customisation. The TyTN is one of the first... It's a Windows Mobile 5.0 device that features Wi-Fi …
Stuart Miles, 31 Jul 2006

Samsung P300 credit card-sized phone

Review At what point does small become too small? Samsung's latest mobile phone is the size of a credit card and only slightly thicker, but has Samsung pushed the boundaries too far? samsung p300 The P300 first launched in Asia nine months ago but has finally made its way over to the UK. The unit, which measures 8.6 x 5.4 x 0.9cm …
Stuart Miles, 26 Jun 2006

Motorola SLVR L7 music phone

Review According to the 'word on the street', there are two reasons why you would want Motorola's SLVR phone over any other. The first is the dimensions of the device and the second that it's the second phone from Motorola to offer users iTunes software. The first point is very true. The SLVR is incredibly slim: it's just 1.2cm thick …
Stuart Miles, 06 Feb 2006
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Casio Exilim EX-Z500 5mp digicam

Review The five-megapixel, 3x optical zoom Exilim EX-Z500's silmline design - it's just 8.9 x 5.7 x 2.1cm - and 2.7in LCD are the first things you'll notice when you take a closer look at this digital camera. The bright crisp screen is noticeably bigger than the one on most digital cameras available at the moment, save the Sony T range …
Stuart Miles, 21 Dec 2005
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Shure E4c noise-isolating earphones

Review Up until the time of writing this review I believed that the only real way to block out all general noise while listening to your MP3 player was to invest in pair of noise-cancelling headphones. It seems I was wrong. While the noise-cancelling option is a good one, the main problem is that it involves donning a rather large set …
Stuart Miles, 24 Nov 2005
Sony NW-E205 'Bean' digital music Walkman

Sony NW-E205 'Bean' digital music Walkman

Review Sony's Bean - or the NW-W205, to give it is proper title - is a 512MB MP3 player that breaks away from the conventional flat and slim Flash player form-factor. This makes it perfect for clenching in your fist when you go for a run, but will create a curious bulge in a pair of trousers when out and about. Laid on a desk, the top …
Stuart Miles, 15 Nov 2005
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Sony Ericsson Walkman W550i music phone

Review Sony Ericsson W550i Placed firmly in the musical youth market, the W550i is one of latest edition to the Sony Ericsson Walkman series: a tri-band GSM phone with music, Java, web and email capability. As with the K750i/D750i, Sony Ericsson has again introduced a cluster of phones with a common theme and brand, all based upon the …
Stuart Miles, 09 Nov 2005
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Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T5 digital camera

Review Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T5 Ultra-compact digital cameras don't come much thinner than the 1.5cm-thick Sony Cyber-shot DSC T5 a supremely pocketable 5.1mp digital camera that will really turn heads towards the lens. The T5 has swooping curves to the slimline body edges and a sliding lens cover on the front that also provides extra …
Stuart Miles, 08 Nov 2005
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Samsung SGH-D600 mobile phone

Review Just like Chelsea Football Club's manager, the D600 is a suave and sophisticated phone that comes across as one cool cucumber. But does the phone have the features to match or is it all style and no substance? Samsung SGH-D600 We have to admit it, we love the D600. Its black curvy lines, the large screen and the sliding motion …
Stuart Miles, 02 Nov 2005

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