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Asus A6NE
4.0 stars Asus A6NE By Stephen Patrick

Asus may not be a brand name that you are immediately aware of but if you’ve bought any form of computer equipment in the last five years then likely as not, Asus would have had some hand in either the designing or the building of it. The company makes... Read more

HP Pavilion DV1066
4.0 stars HP Pavilion DV1066 By Stephen Patrick

HP might be one of the leading notebook manufacturers, but is its latest model - the DV 1066 - up to scratch for the home user? We take a look to see if the Pavilion DV1066 aimed at those who are looking for something a little more media friendly than... Read more

Sanyo S750
3.5 stars Sanyo S750 By Stephen Patrick

We’ve come to believe that your choice of mobile phone says more about what you are than who you are. But one thing is clear; we all like to think we’re ahead of the technology curve. Sanyo may be a late entrant into the UK mobile phone market - this... Read more

Dell Axim X50v
4.0 stars Dell Axim X50v By Stephen Patrick

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... Read more

Packard Bell Easynote C3 laptop
3.0 stars Packard Bell Easynote C3 laptop By Stephen Patrick

Can you really get a notebook for under £600? We put the Packard Bell C3 through its paces. When it comes to choosing the right notebook, it seems that the old saying ‘you get what you pay for' can still be justified. If you want a notebook to match... Read more

Toshiba Qosmio G1
4.0 stars Toshiba Qosmio G1 By Stephen Patrick

There are few manufacturers who are willing to try and push the design of the average notebook than Toshiba. In the last two years, it has moved from a company that designs grey boring boxes to one of the most innovative designers around. The Qosmio G10... Read more

Sony Vaio PCG-K315Z
3.5 stars Sony Vaio PCG-K315Z By Stephen Patrick

When it comes to choosing the right notebook, it is often best to consider the most common situation it will be used in. There is little point in buying an ultraportable machine if it will spend most of its life being used on a desk. Which brings us to... Read more

Terratec Grabster AV 400 mobile
3.0 stars Terratec Grabster AV 400 mobile By Stephen Patrick

Video editing has come to the laptop, but can your humble laptop be turned into a video editing console just like that, without trading it in for a Vaio? We test the Grabster from Terratec to see if the promise lives up to the hype.For a long time, the... Read more

Fujitsu Siemens LOOX 720
4.0 stars Fujitsu Siemens LOOX 720 By Stephen Patrick

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... Read more

HP IPAQ HX2410 pda
4.0 stars HP IPAQ HX2410 pda By Stephen Patrick

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... Read more

Fujitsu Siemens Lifebook P7010
4.5 stars Fujitsu Siemens Lifebook P7010 By Stephen Patrick

We’re great fans of the Sony VAIO aesthetic - notebooks that look as good as they run. So it was something of a surprise when the Fujitsu Siemens LifeBook P7010 arrived as it screams Sony. So much so, that it feels as though the Fujitsu Siemens design... Read more

HP IPAQ HX4700
4.0 stars HP IPAQ HX4700 By Stephen Patrick

Your choice of PDA says as much about you as your mobile phone or your choice of notebook. Opt for something basic and the likelihood is that you'll use it for work but not show it off in the pub. It's a sad fact of life that choosing the wrong PDA will... Read more

Tapwave Zodiac 2
3.5 stars Tapwave Zodiac 2 By Stephen Patrick

When you are commuting to work in the morning, do you look around at the increasing number of PDAs that are being used on public transport? Chances are that only a small portion of them will be used for anything other than playing games. The Tapwave Zodiac... Read more

PalmOne Tungsten T5
3.5 stars PalmOne Tungsten T5 By Stephen Patrick

Is it an Indispensable business device or another tool to make you a slave to work? With the new T5 PDA from PalmOne we've given it to two of our reviewers, Stephen Patrick and our Gizmogirl Debbie Davies to find out.She said: Building a wall to wall... Read more

Asus MyPal A730
3.5 stars Asus MyPal A730 By Stephen Patrick

The competition is heating up in the mobile device market, as more multimedia punch is being packed into ever-smaller packages. To keep up with the times, PDA manufacturers are touting their latest models as all-in-one organisers and multimedia tools.... Read more

Packard Bell EASYNOTE R5175 laptop
3.5 stars Packard Bell EASYNOTE R5175 laptop By Stephen Patrick

For those not in the know, Packard Bell is the consumer arm of the multi-national computer company, NEC. Their range of desktop and notebook PCs are sold direct to the public through PC World. As you would expect, the focus with the entire range is on... Read more

Sony Vaio VGN-T1XP
3.5 stars Sony Vaio VGN-T1XP By Stephen Patrick

We’ve grown accustomed in the last twelve months to notebooks sporting widescreen displays. The Sony VAIO VGN-T1XP takes this concept and squeezes this concept into an ultraportable chassis that weighs in at a minimum weight of 1.4kg. The widescreen... Read more

Sony Vaio VGN-S2XP
4.5 stars Sony Vaio VGN-S2XP By Stephen Patrick

Sony is the king of the ultraportable notebook. Whether in the form of the design chic of the X505 or the all-in-one functionality of the TR2MP, the company has proven that the VAIO range has something to offer everyone, regardless of your portable needs.... Read more

Alienware Sentia
3.0 stars Alienware Sentia By Stephen Patrick

If you have any interest whatsoever in computer games, at one time or another you will have come across Alienware. They specialise in producing high-end machines with a distinctive look for the gaming enthusiast. Therefore, it comes as something of a... Read more

Toshiba Qosmio E10
4.0 stars Toshiba Qosmio E10 By Stephen Patrick

Toshiba isn't afraid to take a few chances with its notebook range. All you have to do is look back at last year's P20 - the first mobile Media Center in the UK. The P20 was a hulking silver and red machine designed to replace your living room's TV and... Read more

HP iPAQ rx3715
4.0 stars HP iPAQ rx3715 By Stephen Patrick

If you already own a PDA then there is little incentive upgrading. If all you want to do is keep track of your contacts and appointments, even the cheapest handheld will suffice. However, if you want to run the latest applications - such as MPEG video... Read more