Reviews & hands-on

  • Online 4 out of 5

    3D Connexion Space Navigator review

    By 7 June 2007

    Google Earth is great isn't it? I mean you can spend hours moving around the globe looking at where you live, where your friends live, where you went on holiday, where you are planning on going on holiday; the list is endless. Trouble is navigating around...

  • Cameras 4.5 out of 5

    Olympus Mju 750 digital camera review

    By 12 February 2007

    The wedge shaped Olympus Mju 750 slots into the company’s range between the Mju 1000 and the Tonka-tough Mju 725SW, which boasts full shock and waterproofing, compared here with “mere” weatherproofing. In fact, the camera can contend with “splashing...

  • Cameras 4 out of 5

    Nikon Coolpix S9 digital camera review

    By 9 February 2007

    Nikon’s 6-megapixel CoolPix S9 digital camera is a very cute-looking and lightweight (it is just 115g in weight) camera that has an excellent and large 2.5-inch screen (there’s no optical viewfinder, a problem during the bright conditions I shot this...

  • Online 3.5 out of 5

    Kodak Gallery photo sharing and printing service review

    By 7 February 2007

    The Kodak Gallery, Kodak's online photo sharing site has been around for some time now, however with the launch of the company's new range of digital photo frames, the service has been pushed to the forefront. With this in mind, we tested the service...

  • Cameras 4.5 out of 5

    Pentax K10D DSLR digital camera review

    By 2 February 2007

    The Pentax K10D is reassuringly robust as you heft it out of the box, it has a tough plastic body with a metal chassis. This robust body design provides a reassuring feel when handling the camera and when shooting, particularly if you’re out and about...

  • Laptops 3.5 out of 5

    Acer TravelMate 4285WLMi review

    By 29 January 2007

    Acer has a worthy reputation for delivering machines before the rest of the market has even considered it, so the arrival of a built-in 3G SIM card is something others have mooted but are still to fully put into production. It also comes as no surprise...

  • Cameras 4 out of 5

    Canon IXUS 850IS digital camera review

    By 24 January 2007

    The Canon IXUS 850IS follows the IXUS lineage; a very nicely made and nicely designed ultra-compact stainless steel bodied compact digital camera. Some signature features of the new camera include another million pixels over the 800IS, its predecessor...

  • Audio 0 out of 5

    Samsung YP-K3 - FIRST LOOK review

    By 23 January 2007

    Samsung, keen to unseat Creative and Apple in the MP3 player stakes, has released the K3 its latest MP3 player launched as a direct competitor to the iPod nano. Pocket-lint was given the opportunity to play with the new player before its launch in the...

  • Phones 0 out of 5

    LG Shine mobile phone - FIRST LOOK review

    By 19 January 2007

    Like Motorola with the RAZR, LG has managed to captivate the mobile phone masses with its Chocolate phone and Black Label series. Like the RAZR the phone didn't offer the latest cutting edge elements but as a fashion conscious mobile it quickly became...

  • Phones 0 out of 5

    Nokia N93i mobile phone - FIRST LOOK review

    By 17 January 2007

    Nokia has updated its camcorder-focused mobile phone with a new N93i version. Pocket-lint was given the chance to have a play with the new mobile phone at CES 2007. The good news is, from the offset that the N93i is considerably smaller than its predecessor...

  • Online 0 out of 5

    HP TouchSmart PC - FIRST LOOK review

    By 16 January 2007

    At CES 2007, Pocket-lint was given the chance to have a hands-on with the new touchscreen home PC from HP, the TouchSmartPC, but will the home computer based on a concept design for an interactive table it has been working on for the past couple of years...

  • Gadgets 4.5 out of 5

    The Beatles Revolution Bar - Las Vegas review

    By 10 January 2007

    When Arthur C Clarke said "Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic" in 1961 he probably had the Revolution Bar which opened 2 weeks ago in the Mirage hotel in Las Vegas in mind. Inspired by the spirit of The Beatles and created...

  • Laptops 0 out of 5

    CES 2007: One Laptop Per Child Project - FIRST LOOK review

    By 9 January 2007

    The One Laptop Per Child project made its physical début at CES 2007 in Las Vegas and Pocket-lint was there to snap some photos and have a go. Smaller than you would probably expect, the device is very lightweight and very plasticy - we aren't sure how...