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Globalsat BT-328 Bluetooth GPS Receiver Review
Posted on 18-Jul-2006 16:31Tags Reviews, Consumer Electronics, by Peter Torr Smith

The Globalsat BT-328 is aimed at being an entry level Bluetooth GPS receiver for those that either don’t want to pay for its big brother the BT338, or are looking for something a tad smaller. Comments (Comments)

Mogo Bluetooth Mouse Review
Posted on 11-Jul-2006 12:57Tags Reviews, Notebooks, by Jack Cook

A very portable Bluetooth mouse that redefines laptop mobility. Comments (Comments)

Archer Field PC Pocket PC Review
Posted on 30-Jun-2006 17:19Tags Reviews, Windows Phone, by M Freitas

You need a rugged Pocket PC, fast and with good looks? It is here. Comments (Comments)

Logitech mm28 Portable Speakers Review
Posted on 26-Jun-2006 13:02Tags Reviews, Consumer Electronics, by Jack Cook

Thin for portability, classic in design, rich in sound. Comments (Comments)

myvu Personal Media Viewer Review
Posted on 26-Jun-2006 12:30Tags Reviews, Consumer Electronics, by Jack Cook

An awesome media viewing experience allowing you to enjoy high-quality video content anytime, anywhere, and anyway you want. Comments (Comments)

Bluetake BT420Rx i-Phono Plus Bluetooth Stereo Headphones + Transmitter
Posted on 16-Jun-2006 14:53Tags Reviews, Bluetooth, by Tony Hughes

The concept is simple – stereo Bluetooth headphones for your iPod or PC, that also auto-switches to your cellphone when a call comes in. But does it work? Comments (Comments)

Steelpad 5L Professional Gaming Mouse Pad
Posted on 15-Jun-2006 17:15Tags Reviews, Gaming, by H Willan

A massive mouse pad, with smooth surface and ideal for gamers. Comments (Comments)

Toshiba M400 Tablet PC Review
Posted on 6-Jun-2006 16:14Tags Reviews, Notebooks, by H Willan

The M400 is a business machine that offers a powerful notebook bundled into a compact form. Comments (Comments)

Credant Mobile Guardian Enterprise Edition Review
Posted on 30-May-2006 11:52Tags Reviews, Software, by Darryl Burling

Mobile devices are the perfect candidate for theft or for being left behind. The problem with the loss of devices is not so much that the device itself is lost, but the security of data on the device. Comments (Comments)

PocketBible 3.0 for Pocket PC Review
Posted on 18-May-2006 13:05Tags Reviews, Software, by Darryl Burling

Laridian have a history of delivering a fantastic product for mobile devices. I’ve been using PocketBible for years and while I’ve often looked at or tried competitive products, I’ve normally come back to PocketBible. Comments (Comments)

SkinIt Review (or How to Dress Up a Pocket PC or Mobile Phone)
Posted on 12-May-2006 16:17Tags Reviews, Windows Phone, by M Freitas

Telecom New Zealand’s new personalisation service impresses and is easy to use. It covers mobile phones, Pocket PCs and laptops. Comments (Comments)

Toshiba Satellite A100 Review
Posted on 10-May-2006 10:49Tags Reviews, Notebooks, by H Willan

Toshiba NZ recently sent me one of their latest Core Duo notebooks for review, the Satellite A100. Comments (Comments)

Xbox 360 Review
Posted on 8-May-2006 09:44Tags Reviews, Gaming, by H Willan

Here I give you an overall impression of an XBox 360 from the time we had it for. Comments (Comments)

Toshiba Gigabeat P5 (512MB) Flash MP3 Player Review
Posted on 4-Apr-2006 17:55Tags Reviews, Consumer Electronics, by H Willan

The “pez dispenser sized” Toshiba P series MP3 player comes in 512MB and 1GB versions and for the price difference it would be mad not to get the larger one. Comments (Comments)

Toshiba Gigabeat X60 HDD Audio Player review
Posted on 3-Apr-2006 09:06Tags Reviews, Consumer Electronics, by H Willan

If you’re looking for a large capacity media player and you’re not worried about content protection restricting you, then you won’t be disappointed. Comments (Comments)

Telecom New Zealand Sanyo SCP-9000 Review
Posted on 24-Mar-2006 17:41Tags Reviews, Mobile, by Juha Saarinen

A compact phone with fast network access and good performance that is let down by some strange omissions. Comments (Comments)

MP3-313 Media Player Review
Posted on 7-Mar-2006 21:10Tags Reviews, Consumer Electronics, by Darryl Burling

We have a look at a tiny media player with lots of features and potential. Comments (Comments)

Memory-Map Topo PC and Pocket PC Software Review
Posted on 28-Feb-2006 10:39Tags Reviews, Software, by Peter Torr Smith

This is such a cool package for map lovers and gadgeteers alike. It provides mapping and GPS integration capabilities for both PC and Pocket PC, with simple and almost seamless integration between the two. It also provides very powerful 3D explore and fly-through capability for the PC. Comments (Comments)

GoodSync File Synchronisation Review
Posted on 24-Feb-2006 22:37Tags Reviews, Computing, by M Freitas

It looks like everyone I know these days walk around with a notebook or tablet PC. These are everywhere, from office desks to meeting rooms, from cafés to airport lounges, to home. We look at GoodSync, a software that helps you keep these in sync with other computers, such as your desktop at home or at work. Comments (Comments)

Sprite Backup 5 for Pocket PC Review
Posted on 8-Feb-2006 12:00Tags Reviews, Software, by M Freitas

Sprite Software is releasing Sprite Backup 5, a full backup management solution for Windows Mobile devices, including options to automate backup operations, backup to a PC and even backup over networks. Comments (Comments)

GlobalSat BC-337 Compact Flash GPS Receiver Review
Posted on 30-Jan-2006 22:25Tags Reviews, GPS, by Peter Torr Smith

This is one of the latest releases from GlobalSat, and it certainly lives up to expectations. The results were very nice, and the unit outperforms the LeadTek CF 9534 unit I reviewed last year, mainly because of the use of the SiRFstar III chipset. Comments (Comments)

VITO ActiveTrace for Pocket PC Review
Posted on 27-Jan-2006 10:51Tags Reviews, Software, by Darryl Burling

We have a look at this GPS-enabled program that helps Pocket PC users keep track of their exercise routes and statistics. Comments (Comments)

Socket Mobile Power Pack Review
Posted on 17-Jan-2006 17:21Tags Reviews, Consumer Electronics, by M Freitas

Tired of carrying multiple chargers, one for each different device (the Pocket PC, the Smartphone, the iPod, the Portable Media Center, the Bluetooth stereo headphones, the Bluetooth stereo adapter, the rechargeable Bluetooth GPS, and more)? Comments (Comments)

Vodafone Linksys WRT54G3G 3G/UMTS Wireless Router Review
Posted on 29-Dec-2005 17:33Tags Reviews, Wi-Fi, by M Freitas

We have a look at this new Wi-Fi router with 3G access available now in New Zealand and other Vodafone operations in Europe. Comments (Comments)

WiFlyer Review
Posted on 26-Dec-2005 10:05Tags Reviews, Wi-Fi, by M Freitas

Because of its small size and weight it can be packed on a road warrior's travel kit for use in those hotels with broadband but very uncomfortable chairs. With a twist: it does dial-up too. Comments (Comments)


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