HP iPAQ 6925 Pocket PC Smartphone Review

” I have been an iPAQ fanatic for years and have had a never ending love affair with them. I’ve been fortunate to have had the unique opportunity to own several and use virtually all of the iPAQ line. They always worked for me and with rare exception; I always have had a positive experience. There have been two devices that have been my favorites, the iPAQ 4700 which I still use almost everyday and an iPAQ 6515 that I had the privilege to have own loan for about 8 months. It was a sad day when I had to send it back; it was like losing my best friend. But the memories of such a positive experience have remained so when I was given the opportunity again to use the latest Cingular version of the iPAQ 6925, I jumped at the opportunity and I have NOT been disappointed. In fact, I have been so thrilled for the past five days that the device just does not leave my hand…well, I may put it down for a moment but I pick it right back up.” Read more here:

ETEN glofish X500 Pocket PC Phone Review

“E-TEN, who historically hasn’t surprised us with a truly compelling device, has created a new brand within itself: glofish. The first device from glofish carries quite a claim – to be the “World’s thinnest Pocket PC Phone, GPS and WiFi all-in-one.” With that claim, they’ve got our attention. Is this the device that many have been waiting for, or was usability sacrificed for the sake of thinness? We’ll take a thorough look at the E-TEN glofish X500 to see whether it should *keep* our attention. Read on to see what we found! As mentioned, the most unique aspect of this device is that it’s the thinnest Pocket PC phone available with GPS and WiFi. Let’s talk specs. The E-TEN glofish X500 is a quad-band GSM phone with EDGE, including a Samsung S3C2440 400MHz processor, 128MB ROM and 64MB RAM, a 2.8″ QVGA touchscreen, Bluetooth 2.0, WiFi (both 802.11b and g), a 2MP camera with flash, integrated SiRFStar III GPS chipset, a microSD slot, and even an FM radio tuner! Wow, that’s quite a feature list. The manufacturer claims that talk time is around 7 hours, while standby time comes in at 200 hours. Not bad.” Read this great review here:

Leonard Maltin Movie Guide Review for Palm OS!

“I gathered together a selection of some personal favorite flicks to run through LMMG 2007: A few all-time Hollywood classic (Casablanca, 2001: A Space Odyssey), a cult classic with mainstream appeal (Office Space), a foreign film with a big-budget American remake (Insomnia), AN underappreciated cult classic (Liquid Sky), and some recent Hollywood blockbusters with a string of predecessors (King Kong, Poseidon). I was delighted to see that all of the films listed above were present and accounted for aside form the most recent (2006’s Poseidon starring Kurt Russell and its low budget, made-for-TV 2005 remake). However, the original 1972 Poseidon Adventure was listed and the capsule review even listed the film’s mostly overlooked sequel. Leonard Maltin’s reviews were usually quite on point and do a nice job of summarizing the general consensus of a film in very limited space.” Read more here:

Review of GSM communicator Palm Treo 680

“Starting thing off, we have to point out the main alteration in design – the external antenna has gone missing. This is the first that grabbing your eyes when placing the Treo 680 hand-to-hand with the Treo 650. On top of that time has seemingly ground the brick the Treo 650 was. No doubt, it’s a good thing about the new communicator’s looks; however some found certain charm in the Treo 650’s external antenna, which was one of the last ones on the GSM market. The shapes of the casing have gotten more curvy and smooth, so that as compared with the predecessor, the model seems to be more up-to-date, while the shell feels smaller and lighter. But at that the communicator’s outlook is still very distinguishable and cannot be confused with any other manufacturer’s solution. Another thing of note is that the Treo 680 features almost the same design as a higher positioned Treo 750.” Read more about this great smartphone here: