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Sunday, November 16th 2008 - 10:35 CET
The BlackBerry Bold 9000 is an elegant addition to the BlackBerry range. Thanks to its beautiful design, the full QWERTY keyboard, built-in GPS receiver, 3G browsing speed, WiFi and a large clear screen, this BlackBerry phone does not solely appeal to the enterprise user. You can read our findings about the BlackBerry Bold 9000 in the full LetsGoMobile product review.
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Wednesday, November 12th 2008 - 08:41 CET
The Archos 405 is a portable media player of the Archos Generation 5 series. This version features a large 3.5" TFT LCD monitor with no less than 16 million colours, among other things. The Archos Media player offers a stunning 30GB of capacity which suffices for storage of approximately 12,250 songs. Archos's slogan says: "Entertainment your way!". Does Archos live up to this with the Archos 405? Read our review for a full overview and conclusion of the Archos 405.
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Sunday, November 9th 2008 - 18:04 CET
The N96 is a long-awaited promising mobile phone of the Nokia brand. The internal memory of 16GB, the 5.0 Megapixel digital camera, FM radio, GPS receiver, HSDPA and of course, the mobile television function, make the Nokia N96 a fully equipped device. Just how well this cell phone functions in daily use can be read in the following LetsGoMobile full Nokia N96 product review.
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Friday, November 7th 2008 - 08:43 CET
Garmin is treading new ground with the Colorado series. An updated appearance and a more structured amount of buttons. The monitor has gained a higher resolution whilst the Rock 'n Roller makes its appearance. The main change is the introduction of Wherigo, an enhancement that is similar to geocaching, yet offers a lot more than just searching for caches. We have taken a closer look at the Colorado 300 and took the device with us into town and forests. Our experiences can be read in the following review,
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Monday, November 3rd 2008 - 11:58 CET
SanDisk was founded in 1988 by a gentleman named Eli Harari. SanDisk is the inventor of flash memory cards, and is today's largest supplier of flash memory products in the world. With in-house developed technologies, large amounts of files can be stored on USB sticks, mobile phones, digital cameras, camcorders and, the most recent addition, even on digital audio / video players. The Sansa View series is already the next generation of portable media players by SanDisk.
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Monday, November 3rd 2008 - 09:38 CET
The SanDisk Sansa Clip is an extremely small MP3 player, not much bigger than a matchbox, yet, it seems to house all the necessary functions. SanDisk comes with a bicoloured OLED monitor and 4GB memory to take on the battle with the Apple iPod Shuffle and the Creative Zen Stone. 'A remarkably small MP3 player with high quality sound' is what SanDisk says about it. Read our Sansa Clip review to find out our experiences with this music player.
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Monday, October 27th 2008 - 11:24 CET
The BlackBerry Pearl 8110 is a neat business all-rounder. The 2.0 Megapixel digital camera and built-in GPS receiver including the media player, make the BlackBerry suitable for versatile use. Packed with the BlackBerry features and carried out in the size of a standard mobile phone, the Pearl 8110 is absolutely a welcome addition to the BlackBerry series. Our findings with the Blackberry Pearl 88110 can be read in the following full product review.
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Saturday, September 20th 2008 - 10:39 CEST
The Samsung Serenata not only is a mobile phone with MP3 player, in addition it is also an MP3 Player with phone function. Samsung and Bang & Olufsen have combined the best of two worlds; the original design of the device makes you catch jealous eyes, and the sound of the extendable speaker will pleasantly surprise you. Read more about our findings with this unique Samsung cell phone in the following review.
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Friday, September 19th 2008 - 09:02 CEST
The Samsung i550 features a 3.0 megapixel digital camera, built-in GPS receiver with navigation software, FM radio and excellent Internet and Email possibilities. The Samsung i550 runs on the Symbian operating system which makes it easy to install additional applications. This cell phone from Samsung's business i-series comes across as very solid. Our experiences with the Samsung i550 can be read in the following full review.
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Saturday, September 13th 2008 - 22:37 CEST
The Sansa e200 series is SanDisk's compact MP3 player line, and is ready to battle it out with, among others, the iPod. Thanks to the 8GB internal memory, which can even be enhanced, a large sized 1.8 inch TFT monitor and an exchangeable battery, the SanDisk Sansa e280 seems to keep pace with its rivals. The following review shows a closer look at this MP3 player, the SanDisk Sansa e280, and its competitive position compared to the Apple iPod.
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