Stories by Nigel Freitas

Palm Zire 31

The Zire range of handhelds was launched by Palm to cater for those who require a basic organiser without the bells, whistles and hefty price tags of more upmarket PDAs.

Palm Tungsten E2

The E2 is an upgrade from the popular Tungsten E, featuring a faster processor, a brighter screen and Bluetooth 1.1 connectivity.

Sony Ericsson P910i

The feature-rich P910i was the most advanced Sony Ericsson on the market at the time of writing this review, and is heavily modelled on its successful predecessor, the P900.

O2 Xda II Mini

Achieving the right balance between size and functionality has long been the challenge with smartphones. O2 has just about got that balance right with the Xda II Mini, providing all the features of a tri-band smartphone packed into a case only slight...

O2 Xphone II

At 107.5 x 44.5 x 18mm and weighing only 102g, the Xphone II is much sleeker and slimmer than its predecessor. It's a small tri-band smartphone that is ideal for those wanting a mobile phone with additional PDA capabilities.

O2 Xphone IIm

The O2 Xphone IIm retains all of the features of its predecessor (the Xphone II) while adding a new case, dedicated multimedia buttons and a newer version of Windows Media Player.

Nokia 7710

The Nokia 7710 widescreen smartphone is certainly one of the most innovative PDA-phones we've seen. It includes a 1 megapixel camera, FM radio, Bluetooth, Web browsing, email and organiser functions. However, at 189 grams and measuring 128 x 69.5 x 1...

TomTom Go 500

The mid-range TomTom GO 500 is remarkably similar to the entry-level GO 300. Sporting the same (slightly bulky) frame, the same software and the same features, the two units are only differentiated by cosmetic software changes and Bluetooth handsfree...

Tom Tom Go 500

Boasting a bright 3.5" touchscreen LCD, easy to use software and Bluetooth capabilities, the TomTom GO 300 is one of the most impressive GPS units we have seen so far.

Navman PIN 570

Navman has seamlessly combined both PDA and GPS features in the Personal Interactive Navigator (PiN) 570, which makes an ideal travel accessory for professionals on the road.

Mio DigiWalker 268

As a standalone GPS unit, the Mio 268 does the job, but a series of minor bugs and lack of customisation options should compel you to consider other brands.

Mio DigiWalker 136

Released in February this year, the Mio 136 (a member of the Mio DigiWalker range) is a pocket sized GPS ideal for either in car or outdoor use. Unlike larger and bulkier models, such as the GARMIN StreetPilot c320, the Mio 136 has the form factor of...

Garmin Streetpilot c320

Those on the lookout for a reliable GPS unit with an easy-to-use interface need look no further than the GARMIN StreetPilot c320. The c320 is designed for using your fingers on the LCD touchscreen--no fiddly stylus input here. With its large buttons,...

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