19
Oct
2010

Toshiba X505-887 review

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Written by Vedran Dakic   

X505 Intro picture18.4" screen, Core i7 740QM, four GB's of memory, GeForce 360m and Blu-Ray drive are definite stars of this desktop replacement. As your mobile office, you can take it anywhere and be completely sure that you'll be able to do whatever kind of work you want to do, and pretty fast. Gaming, mobile connectivity and surprisingly good battery might help. It's big for sure, but is it also worth it to carry around so you can do the work?

 
17
Oct
2010

Nokia 5800 XpressMusic review

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Written by Hrvoje Jakovac   

5800 XpressMusicFrom the outset,Nokia 5800 looks like a best buy smart phone of its time . In its first few months on the market there have been over 2 million of these devices sold, and backed up by over 10 million search entries on google in just over three months. A very strong role in this is the price. For that amount of money nothing comes even close. Of course it s not iPhone but it has a hell lot of good and necessary stuff inside. (GPS , Wi-Fi connectivity, awesome videos, podcasts, radio, camera, music).

 
17
Oct
2010

Dell Streak review

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Written by Josip Brombauer   

HP Envy 17It's new, it's different, it's Dell and - it's an Android-based "tablet". Or, just maybe, a "big mobile phone", just like iPad. Yes, it might be a "clash of the titans", or a "clash of two different philosophies, but there are actually quite a few people that would prefer to have some kind of storage connectivity, unlike Apple's iPad. With Streak, this is achieved by using microSD card that you can easily put in and take out. It doesn't have the USB connection, although it does have something iPad-alike on that subject...

 
15
Oct
2010

Acer Aspire 1925TZ review

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Written by Hrvoje Jakovac   

Acer Aspire 1925PTZTablets are becoming increasingly popular so we decided to give this Acer model a try. It isn't a tablet in the iPad way, but in the more old-tablet way – with a screen that can be turned around and used as a tablet. At 11.2“, we consider this to be the optimum-sized laptop and although it might be a bit heavy for some people (1.6kg), it's got quite a few nice features that we'd like to talk about. So, let's waste no more time and review this tablet.

 
12
Oct
2010

Dell announced Venue Pro Window 7 Smartphone for his holiday season

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Written by Hrvoje Jakovac   

NokiaDell announced the Dell Venue Pro Window 7 Smartphone, offering a vertical slide QWERTY keyboard. It delivers a best-in-class experience for communications and on-the-go life management for email, calendars, or playing Xbox LIVE games all in this one device. The Dell Venue Pro is designed for everyday people with a diverse range of full and busy lives.

 
10
Oct
2010

Apple iPad review

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Written by Vedran Dakic   

I gotta say, when I first heard that Apple will introduce iPad, I was a somewhat surprised. It absolutely made sense - Apple had the best mobile OS and one that's actually suited to touchscreen-based devices (and bigger ones, with minor tweaks), a huge customer base, the best platform to sell those products (iTunes store) so - pretty much everything was in place for a huge launch. But, in general, this is the type that's either gonna fail miserably or do much, much better then expected. And we have more then a few reasons to think that the latter will probably be the case....

 
05
Oct
2010

Nokia E71 review

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Written by Vedran Dakic   

Nokia E71 smartphoneE7x phones are one of those that you see around you every day. It's been the same for me, as I've been using it for quite awhile now and have grown used to it. It's slim, it's light, it's got pretty much every possible connectivity option there is, a pretty good battery and pretty nice looks (up to you to decide on that, though!), but it also has some typical Nokia-quirks that aren't hard to notice.

 
01
Oct
2010

Lenovo Thinkpad Edge 14" review

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Written by Vedran Dakic   

HP Envy 17If we were to put it in one sentence – this laptop is heavily MacBook Pro influenced in terms of design, color choices and quite a few details. But it's a beast nevertheless, and a beautiful one at that. Newer model that came out recently (Envy 17 3D) uses NVIDIA's 3D Vision and 120Hz screen to give you the 3D experience on the laptop and – this is quite a popular trend nowadays, with Toshiba, ASUS and others coming with similar models.

 


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