Once again, not Ice Cream Sandwich, but this one is a bit more suited to the “fairer sex” for hand span size. We deliberately went for the 7” because it is slightly narrower against the 7.7”and we believe that these two tablets will cater nicely for male or female alike.
Whilst the operating system was not Ice Cream Sandwich at time of testing, instead being loaded with Honeycomb 3.2, we found it works a treat. We are referring to one of the new Galaxy Tablets from Samsung – at 7.7” it’s easy to hold but sizable enough to make it suitable for those people whose eyesight isn’t quite flash enough to read the telephone book in subdued light.
Our intention with this review is to evaluate the 7.7” Samsung Galaxy tablet from a slightly different perspective than other reviewers. We intend to try and assist those readers out there who are of differing minds as to what to buy - Size? Purpose? Function? Brand? Price?
So read on and we will tell it how it is!
From the very first pocket PCs, like the iPAQs, my personal phone has always been a Windows platform. I like a fully customisable phone like the eminently capable HTC HD2. Could an android-based mobile phone like the Samsung Nexus S change my preferences?
Let's have a quick look at the Nexus S from this perspective: what are the differences with the HD2? Is it time to ditch the Windows operating system on my phone altogether?
It's the year 2010 and in case you haven't been paying attention, the world has gone crazy mobile: Even mountaineers atop our highest mountain can find a 3G signal!.
With wireless broadband entering the mainstream, the time for wireless broadband routers has arrived.
Read on for our review of Novatel's MiFi 2352.
Such is the case with the Tegatech TEGA which we reviewed here. It scored a solid 7/10 but battery life was one issue we highlighted.
The new model is much more attractive compared to the older one with a capacitive multitouch screen, accelerometers for rotation of the screen and a solid five hours battery life. Couple that with Windows 7 and/or Android and a very svelte body which bodes well for the hands-on testing…. The TEGA tablet also features built-in 3G so connectivity is going to be a cinch.
Let's check a few more of these features.
Here is a question for you: I have what is arguably the best Smartphone available, the HTC HD2, and yet, I was quite keen to acquire a phone from the opposite end of the spectrum: the Just5. This is one of the phones that are particularly aimed at the so-called senior market -- yes, the people that need big buttons, big display letters, big sound.
I don't quite qualify yet to be a senior but I do appreciate where this phone is coming from. As much as I love technology and an all singin’, dancin’ Smartphone, don't underestimate the need for simplicity in the market. And it is not just seniors who have a need for a simple but capable phone but also pre-teens, the disabled and there’s also a huge market for people who need a great emergency or second phone! Welcome to the phone with the big heart as their advertising slogan says!
Let's run through the main features that set this phone apart.
Today we will be reviewing the latest in a series of products from the house of Jabra: the exquisitely designed STONE. The name is intriguing but very well chosen for it's what the product looks like when cradled.
It's a Bluetooth headset without a protruding microphone boom. It looks fantastic but can it deliver where it counts: a good voice quality when there is no microphone picking up the sound where it should pick it up from namely the side of your mouth? There's only one way to find out: let's get STONED!