Reviews & hands-on

  • Online 3.5 out of 5

    Getac PS535F GP PDA review

    By 5 May 2009

    Getac don't like to do things by halves, producing a range of devices for those who work in tough environments. The PS535F is a rugged PDA aimed at those who need a handheld device that can withstand the worst the environment can throw at it. Unlike the...

  • Phones 4 out of 5

    HP iPAQ 914c Business Messenger mobile phone review

    By 24 June 2008

    The iPAQ 914 may aimed at business users, but, with its ease of use and media features as well as the office tools that come with Windows Mobile 6.1, it’s perfectly suited to anyone who needs a feature-rich smartphone. On a basic level, the phone sound...

  • Online 4 out of 5

    HP iPAQ 214 Enterprise PDA review

    By 16 April 2008

    In this age where being able to communicate with others is often top of the list of priorities, it seems a little strange that HP should continue to roll out unconnected PDAs. However the HP iPAQ 214 Enterprise is the latest update of the line aimed at...

  • Phones 3.5 out of 5

    Nokia 770 Internet Tablet review

    By 24 August 2006

    With most of us now having wireless networks at home and the urge to be on the Internet more and more (hey your online reading this aren't you?) Nokia believes that its 770 Internet Tablet is the way that we will be viewing the web and emails in the future....

  • Phones 4 out of 5

    Fujitsu Siemens Pocket Loox c550 PDA review

    By 10 April 2006

    Sometimes you don't want an all singing all dancing PDA come Smartphone with its QWERTY keyboard and built-in mobile phone. You want to keep things simple. In steps the Loox c550 the latest PDA from Fujitsu-Siemens, a PDA that offers all the basics without...

  • Phones 4.5 out of 5

    HP hw6915 - EXCLUSIVE review

    By 31 March 2006

    HP�s latest PDA-come-Smartphone is the company�s answer to try and take on Research In Motion and its BlackBerry 8700 model, and with more features than you can count on your fingers it has got a very good chance of being crowned King. Pocket-lint...

  • Phones 4.5 out of 5

    Pocket LOOX N520 PDA review

    By 2 March 2006

    You can buy a N520 complete with bundled Navigon Mobile Navigator 5 satnav for £345, which is excellent value if you like that software solution. However, the four digit postcode entry and far too busy mapping interface mean that we don't. Buying the...

  • Phones 3.5 out of 5

    HP IPAQ HW6515 Mobile Messenger review

    By 15 September 2005

    Just as the great unwashed now think that all things MP3 is called an iPod, so there was a time when all handheld devices were simply known as iPAQs. This must have annoyed most vendors, especially Palm, but HP was never heard to complain. Now, the company...

  • Phones 3.5 out of 5

    PalmOne LifeDrive PDA review

    By 12 July 2005

    PalmOne may be responsible in recent years for developing and dominating the PDA market. Its operating system is easy to use, developers love creating applications and possibly the most important reason: it's stable. However, therein lies the problem,...

  • Phones 4 out of 5

    PalmOne Treo 650 review

    By 16 June 2005

    There was a time when the Palm operating system could do no wrong. The best handhelds ran the OS and all the cool, cutting-edge features you expected from a PDA could be found on all Palm devices. So it seems that a little strange that the changes PalmOne...

  • Phones 4 out of 5

    Fujitsu Siemens Pocket Loox 420 review

    By 14 April 2005

    When it comes to choosing a Pocket PC, most buyers will instantly think of HP and its range of iPAQs and who can blame them? However, there are an increasing number of manufacturers who are getting their act together and threatening the once all-dominant...

  • Phones 3.5 out of 5

    HP iPAQ HX2750 review

    By 31 March 2005

    When it comes to choosing a Pocket PC there is little or no need to look elsewhere than at the HP iPAQ line-up. The company has dominated the market since day one and now with its new range offering something for everyone, there are no visible gaps in...

  • Phones 4 out of 5

    Dell Axim X50v review

    By 24 January 2005

    When it comes to designing Pocket PC devices there are very few unique designs. All tend to follow the example of the market leading HP iPAQ. Not Dell. Since the introduction of its Axim line, Dell has ploughed its own, some would say ugly, furrow. Not...

  • Phones 4 out of 5

    Fujitsu Siemens LOOX 720 review

    By 23 December 2004

    Fujitsu Siemens may not be the first company you think of when deciding on a PDA but with the release of the LOOX 720 that may be about to change. We recently reviewed the HP iPAQ hx2410, which offers dual expansion and dual wireless connectivity - in...

  • Phones 4 out of 5

    HP IPAQ HX2410 pda review

    By 16 December 2004

    The HP iPAQ range has been given an overhaul in recent months. However, it has taken the company until now to change the design of its biggest selling handheld - the h2200 series - in favour of a more utilitarian design. The reason that its predecessor...