RIM's smallest BlackBerry with a full QWERTY keyboard hooks up with Sprint's Music Store and TV, making this a great smart phone for work and play.
Samsung's first haptic touchscreen phone for Verizon Wireless has a comfortable keyboard, but it's limited by a poor UI and unreliable performance.
This space-age mouse is more portable than its predecessor and gives professionals an easy way to navigate around 3D environments.
Laptop Magazine reviews Systemax Medallion XVII, this middle-of-the-road desktop replacement offers too little bang for your buck.
AT&T's first touchscreen Mobile TV phone is lightweight and easy to use but can't touch the iPhone when it comes to Web browsing or music.
Laptop Magazine reviews LG enV2, this messaging phone sequel offers a slimmer design and bigger display while still including a comfy keyboard, GPS, and plenty of multimedia amenities.
Laptop Magazine reviews ASUS P527, this Windows Mobile 6 smart phone offers impressive GPS capabilities, but it falls short in too many other areas.
This business-savvy smart phone delivers landline-quality calls over Wi-Fi, but its cellular performance could be better.
Laptop Magazine reviews Chembook Z7-1719, this big-screen notebook offers pretty good performance for the price, but there's too many weaknesses for us to recommend it.
Laptop Magazine reviews SyncTV Private Beta, another Internet TV company aims to bring DVD-quality content to your computer la carte, but content is lacking.
Windows Mobile 6.1 is a refreshing, consumer-friendly update to a mobile operating system that has frustrated for ages.
PCMobilizr brings your desktop to your mobile phone, but its slow speeds and high price give us pause.
The Toshiba Satellite X205-SLi4 rig has some gaming gusto but is priced too high for the performance it offers.
review of SugarSync - Sharpcast's sweet service makes syncing files among multiple computers and mobile phones
Laptop Magazine reviews Raketu iPhone, with Raketu's Web application, you can make international VoIP calls right from your iPhone or iPod touch--sort of.
The Nokia N82 is a powerful camera phone with built-in GPS that's good enough to replace your digicam. Just bring money.
Review of the Nokia 6555 - For 50 bucks, the Nokia 6555 is a capable multimedia phone for your listening pleasure.
Review of the Samsung Juke - The Samsung Juke lacks 3G data support but the Samsung Juke has other features you'll enjoy.