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Sony PlayStation 3 review

Dennis Hissink : 2007-06-25 22:10:00
Sony PlayStation 3 review : Those who grew up in the time of the Sinclair, Atari and Commodore gaming consoles, where games were the order of the day, or those who entered the gaming world solo or online with their PC, but who chose digital photography as a ‘serious and responsible’ hobby, will reminisce, with melancholy, about last March 23rd 2007 when the Sony PS3 was introduced officially in Europe. Nevertheless, it doesn’t have to remain nostalgia. I found the perfect excuse to account for the purchase of a Sony PlayStation 3; the PS3 console has a few built-in card readers that make it possible to play your digital (family) photos in large format in a digital photo album.


LG Shine review

Ilse Jurriën : 2007-05-11 21:40:00
LG Shine review at LetsGoMobile : LG Electronics are currently market leader on the field of electronics in Korea and claim a considerable market share in Germany, France, Italy, Spain and England where they have been active for some years now. In January 2007 LG introduced the KE970 Shine. The slogan LG has brought into this world together with the LG Shine is: "Born to shine" which it certainly does! LG will undoubtedly try to make the LG Shine equally successful as the LG Chocolate or even to surpass the latter's success. The LG Shine surely has its appearance speaking for itself but what will we find in its interior? How the LG KE970 Shine performed in practice can be read in the following LG Shine review, tested by LetsGoMobile.


HTC P4350 review

Ilse Jurriën : 2007-05-08 18:10:00
HTC P4350 review at LetsGoMobile : HTC is a slowly but surely rising brand. The telephones they produce look professional, have a perfect hand fit and are stacked with handy Windows Mobile based functions. Also coming up lately are telephones equipped with a touch screen. On the one hand a touch screen is definitely a great surplus but on the other hand it is not handy when writing an SMS, MMS or an email. HTC has equipped the HTC Herald P4350 with the solution: sliding the telephone to open it, will give you an extended keyboard, small but useful. LetsGoMobile have had the HTC P4350 in their possession for a period of time to carry out some extensive tests. Noreve delivered an additional leather case of high quality to protect the HTC P4350.


Nokia N95 test photos

Dennis Hissink : 2007-05-04 23:00:00
Nokia N95 test photos at LetsGoMobile : The Nokia N95 multimedia computer has been introduced during the Photokina 2006 show, held in Cologne (Germany). Nokia have succeeded in realizing mobile communication for images as well as sound by creating a traditionally designed mobile phone with dual-slide mechanism. Besides mobile telephone traffic, the high-end Nokia N95 is capable of taking high resolution images. The new Nokia N95 mobile phone, or multimedia computer, is equipped with a 5 Megapixel image sensor, auto focus, various photographic scenes and a 20x digital zoom among other things. We have published some test photos to see how good the image quality really is.


HTC Trinity P3600 review at LetsGoMobile

Ilse Jurriën : 2007-04-26 12:09:00
HTC Trinity P3600 review : Recently the trend of making telephones increasingly minuscule has been slowing grinding down to halt. Telephones are getting bigger again and luckily, the number of functions is increasing along with the format. LCD Touch screens are becoming more common and a good MP3 player and digital camera are now ordinary extras that everyone takes for granted. When the HTC P3600 was introduced a while ago, it was ahead of its time. It is a candy bar phone with only a few keys on the bottom for taking and ending calls and operating and scrolling in the menu. The HTC Trinity P3600 also has a touch screen which can be operated with a pen and your finger. LetsGoMobile has been able to review the HTC P3600 PDA.


Parrot Photo Viewer review at LetsGoMobile

Ilse Jurriën : 2007-04-26 12:04:00
Parrot photo viewer review : In the year 1994 Henri Seydoux founded Parrot in Paris. Parrot's complete assortment consists of products that fully aim at the cell phone and Bluetooth market. They manufacture products such as loudspeakers you can connect to your cell phone or computer via Bluetooth and Bluetooth hands-free sets. Monitoring the Parrot assortment for a while we found out that their products have become more innovative and more beautiful in a short period of time. The Parrot 7-inch digital photo frame lets you transfer your pictures to the internal memory through Bluetooth. Parrot has send LetsGoMobile a sample to test the Parrot Photo Viewer 7".


Motorola KRZR K1 review at LetsGoMobile

Ilse Jurriën : 2007-03-09 23:16:00
Motorola KRZR K1 review at LetsGoMobile : LetsGoMobile published the Motorola K1 review. The Motorola K1 mobile cell phone is a rather striking blue colour and it shines and glistens. You can flip open the Motorola KRZR K1. When the phone is closed, the time, date, status indicators and announcements about incoming calls and other matters are given on the external screen. On the one hand, the Motorola KRZR K1 looks professional, but on the other, its shiny appearance makes a rather kitsch impression. The back of the KRZR K1 is plastic with a sort of rubber layer. This in combination with the silver Motorola logo gives it a unified appearance.


Samsung K5 review at LetsGoMobile

Ilse Jurriën : 2007-03-09 23:14:00
Samsung K5 review at LetsGoMobile : LetsGoMobile reviewed the YP-K5 MP3 player from Samsung. Samsung's designers know how to make an attractive device, and thanks to the Samsung K5 that came out quite recently we again acknowledge the designers' skill. At first, this modern MP3 player looks like an ordinary MP3 player, but if you take a closer look, you will see that it has no buttons. A quick look at the products they are currently launching is enough to tell us that Samsung is on the up and up. They know how to strike the right balance between style and elegance, user friendliness and innovation, to give products just that little extra. All this, is of course, a matter of personal taste.






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