Guys over at TechRadar posted a review on the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini Android Touchscreen Mobile Phone. Their verdict was that usually you wouldn’t expect such a small mobile phone to be that good and quick. The Xperia X10 Mini is a joy to use with very smooth operating system. We guess it is that fast due to the small 2.5 inch touchscreen so there are less pixels to be processed then on it’s bigger brother the Xperia X10.
Rory Reid at Cnet posted a review on the freshly baked Apple Mac Mini unibody desktop. His verdict was that the new Apple Mac mini really is a great looking computer thanks to Apple’s unibody aluminium design.
HP announced refresh to its Pavilion models back in May 2010 and now Joanna Stern at Engadget got her hands on the 14 inch HP Pavilion dm4. Her conclusion was that overall it is a great notebook as it features the right balance between looks, performance and battery life but unfortunately it is let down by a very bad touchpad which in our opinion is not that big of a deal. After all most people use a mouse for extended use.
We have already seen Microsoft Office 2010 Technical Preview tested back in July 2009 and almost a year later we are able to see the final release. Andy Vandervell at TrustedReviews posted both full review and top 15 new features of the Microsoft Office 2010 and came to a conclusion that Office 2010 is worth to upgrade as it brings loads of new features that make it by far the most easy and useful office suite to use. But if you are not willing to pay for your office suite there always are free alternatives such as OpenOffice.
Jim Keenan at DigitalCameraReview tested the freshly baked Canon PowerShot SD4000 IS and found out that this camera features pieces hardware that sets it apart from other digital cameras in the up to 5x optical zoom market as it packs back-illuminated sensor and very fast zoom lens. On top of that it produces both good quality photos and good quality videos (720p) and above average noise performance. Looks like another winner from Canon to us.
With T-Mobile announcing that it will offer iPhone 4 3 was the last major provider in the UK without an iPhone deal. Not any more though as today it officially announced that it will offer iPhone 4 starting with June 15 pre-orders. Now that everyone is in it will be interesting to see how they will lay out the tariffs. Will we be facing iPhone tariff war or will we have a repeat of the iPhone 3GS deals where everyone just matched O2′s offers. We are especially curious about what 3 will come up with as it is known to usually have cheaper offers then others. Currently you can bag a free HTC Hero for £16/month including unlimited internet, skype and 3-to-3 calls.
First T3 served up a hands-on video review of the Dell ‘Streak’ Mini 5 and now they’ve just release a full review on this 5 inch tablet/smartphone that runs Google Android 1.6 (2.2 update to be released later this year). Overall they were very impressed with it and thought that it perfectly bridges the gap between a smartphone and a tablet. Read full story for more details.