I have seldom been so enthusiastic about having to review (yet) another mouse as when we received the Logitech MX Revolution Cordless Laser Mouse. The MX Revolution might sound like marketing hype but it is a Revolution in more ways than one. If you can see beyond the initial price shock this is arguably the best all-purpose mouse out there and we will show you why.
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Fujitsu PC Australia recently announced the LifeBook P7230, an ultra-mobile successor to the highly-acclaimed LifeBook P7120. Designed for the frequent-traveling and minimalist sets, the newest style icon is all about clean lines and innovation. They have even billed the P7230 as a "symbol of simplicity in a modern oriental design concept".
We might have an opportunity to check out what exactly that means and compare it to Dialogue's Flybook regards its claims to being ultra portable.
Check out the Press Release and Specifications below.
Web cams have been around for a long time, but many of them suffered from poor video and picture quality. They had poor video quality because there was a high delay time between your actual movement and what was captured by the web cam; poor picture quality because pictures never seemed to have the proper lighting and lacked clarity and resolution. Logitech's QuickCam Ultra Vision web cam is a new product which addresses the issues of video and picture quality all bundled into a convenient simple package.
We chose to review the Bella DV 3.0 Video Keyboard and came away mightily impressed!
This is the only keyboard with a built in jog & shuttle dial. And a built in lamppost!
In today’s Pocket PC world it is still the norm for one to purchase software to supplement or replace the default windows applications. This is still very true for the “Notes” software provided by Microsoft. This is where Phatpad comes in. This software “is an advanced notes organizer for Microsoft Windows Powered Pocket PCs. It allows you to draw pictures, jot text notes, or put a mixture of pictures and typed text on a virtual scratch pad”.
This is a quote from the manufacturer and as we all know, that has to be proven.
Ever since the U3 platform came out I have been interested in putting it to the test.In brief, a U3 USB stick will allow you to take applications with you so that you can access your most important documents
and e-mail from someone else's computer without leaving a trace. The SanDisk Cruzer Titanium U3 USB flash drive is arguably the best one on the market and we'll show you why.
We will also talk about U3 applications.
Watching Your Six Never Was Easier…We have reviewed a number of Portable Collision Avoidance Systems (PCAS) from Zaon. We had the opportunity to flight test their latest model in traffic detection systems which not only includes information on relative altitude and range but also in which direction to look for traffic, in other words quadrant bearing. The ZaonFlight XRX is a huge improvement over their previous top model and well worth the investment in making your skies safer. Have a look at why we think so.
Our quest for ever smaller GPS receivers has taken us today to the Qstarz BT-Q920 with a really tiny footprint. However, the Qstarz BT-Q920 GPS Receiver also comes with an interesting addition which brings back its proportions to a normal size.
I'm talking about the FM transmitter which allows you to play music through your car stereo system. Is this a case of useful integration or does it fall in the category BWC -- Because We Can?
Let's take the show on the road.
And by the way, the first pictures were shown on our sister site PocketPCReviews.net, where we first announced this little gem to the world.
There are few notebooks that have been head turners from the moment they were launched. The Sony Vaio is one of them and the Flybook from Dialogue another. It's been about two-and-a-half years ago when we first reviewed the original Flybook ultra-portable notebook.
At this very moment the latest incarnation, the Flybook V33i, is glamming up our desk, sporting a deep Ferrari-red exterior, making its diminutive size even more delectable...
Now that the Flybook has attained almost cult status, the question remains: is our first love for this highly connected machine still there?