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Sharp Zaurus SL-C3000 Review

The new Zaurus SL-C3000 from Sharp is a linux-based PDA incorporating an Intel XScale PXA270 CPU at 416 MHz. It has a 640 by 480 pixel screen and is physically[...]

Apple iPhone User Review

Apple has finally introduced the iPhone, its long-awaited combination iPod and mobile phone. Nick Spohnholtz was one of the first to pick up this device, and shares with us this[...]

G.Mate YOPY YP-3700 Linux PDA Review (Pics, Specs)

Ian Giblin is a senior contributing editor to bargainPDA for all things Linux. In this latest review Ian brings an in depth look at the YOPY YP-3700, Ian informs[...]

HP 2133 Mini-Note Review

HP has just launched the HP 2133 Mini-Note, a mini-notebook that starts at $500. Jerry Jackson and Tiffany Boggs bring us this review.

Brighthand Reviews the Sharp Zaurus SL-C760

The Zaurus SL-C760 uses a clamshell design with a VGA color screen on one side and a keyboard on the other. Brighthand's Editor-in-Chief found it to be packed with[...]

iPhone vs. Android: a Study in Contrasts

Apple's iPhone OS and Google's Android OS have a great deal in common; both are Linux-based operating systems for smartphones. But Ed Hardy's latest editorial discusses the dramatic differences[...]

REVIEW: Sharp Zaurus SL-C750 from Dynamism

The new Zaurus SL-C750 from Sharp is a versatile, linux-based PDA incorporating an XScale (PXA255) CPU at 400 MHz. I admit that the other PDA designs have come a long[...]

Mini Review: Sharp Zaurus SL-C750 (Pictures)

The Sharp Zaurus SL-C750 is a PDA that offers:Portrait or landscape mode where the screen resolution is 640x480 SecureDigital slot + CompactFlash slot Clamshell design with a rotating[...]

Palm Foleo First Thoughts

Brighthand's Ed Hardy recently spent some time with a prototype of the Palm Foleo, and shares his first impressions and a video of this upcoming clamshell device with a 10-inch[...]

Sharp Unveils Zaurus Models with 4-Inch VGA Screens

Sharp has officially announced the Zaurus SL-6000 series. This will include three models, two of which will have built-in Wi-Fi and one with Bluetooth. All will have a built-in keyboard[...]

Asus Eee PC First Thoughts

The Asus Eee PC 701 notebook was officially announced at the beginning of June. Andrew Baxter recently met with Asus to get a close-up look at this upcoming low cost[...]

Asus Eee PC 701 4G Review

Many of those who were interested in the Palm Foleo before it was canceled have turned their attention to the Asus Eee PC, a similarly inexpensive Linux-based laptop. Jerry[...]

Apple iPod touch First Impressions Review

Kevin O'Brien was able to get his hands on Apple's just released iPod touch, and brings us his thoughts on this hot new model after spending a few hours with[...]

Palm OS for Linux — It’s a Good Thing

Brighthand's Ed Hardy says that PalmSource's plan to base a future version of the Palm OS on Linux is necessary to save the company, and the Palm platform.

Asus Announces Eee PC 900 with 9-Inch Screen

Asus has just announced a version of its low-cost micro laptop with a wider screen and a much larger hard drive. *UPDATED*

Asus Reveals Pricing for the Eee PC Mini Laptop

After months of anticipation and intense consumer interest, Asus has announced that its low-priced Eee PC ultra-portable notebook will be available for purchase in the United States "within a few[...]

Sharp Zaurus SL-6000 Linux PDA Review

The new Zaurus SL-6000 from Sharp is a versatile, linux-based PDA incorporating an Intel XScale (PXA255) CPU at 400 MHz. In some respects it is a hybrid of the Zaurus[...]

Asus Developing Small, Very Inexpensive Laptop

When the Asus Eee PC debuts later this summer, this easily portable laptop will cost less than many handhelds or smartphones.

Zaurus with VGA Screen, Wi-Fi Now Available in U.S.

An English version of the Zaurus SL-6000L is now available from several online retailers. This offers built-in Wi-Fi, a mini keyboard, and a 4-inch VGA screen.

Sony mylo Personal Communicator COM-2 Review

The mylo COM-2 isn't a PDA or smartphone, it's a device that uses a WVGA screen, Wi-Fi, and a built-in keyboard to enable mobile web access and VoIP calls. Antoine[...]