Slide up the metallic slate face plate, and the $599 Zire 71 turns into a camera. In camera mode, the 320x320 transflective 65,000-plus-colour screen functions as an LCD viewfinder. It also displays thumbnails when you slide the faceplate back down t...
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The Nokia 3650 features a calendar, address book and to-do list which can be synchronised with your PC. We expected to find the unusual key layout difficult to use, but were pleasantly surprised.
The outright performance leader, the ATI 9800 card, is not cheap. But it will certainly satisfy the needs of early adopters and those seeking the ultimate in graphics performance.
The Hi-Grade Xperian looks gorgeous — more like an LCD TV than a PC, and not much bigger. This device deserves a place in the lounge where it can be shown off, rather than tucked out of sight in a back room.
NEC is the latest convert to the Tablet PC cause with its Versa T400. We saw a pre-production model of NEC’s take on Microsoft’s new platform.
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
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