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Hands-on Round-up of the Top Five Phablets of the Season

There's no shortage of phablets out on the market now, so we're here to help you figure out which of these super-sized devices is best for you.

Brighthand Reviews the Sony Clie TH55

The Clie TH55 is Sony's first model that offers a HVGA screen in a handheld with the traditional tablet design. It also includes a camera and Wi-Fi, though[...]

Sony Vaio UX180P Micro PC Review

The Sony UX180P is the latest in the string of UMPC releases, or as Sony calls it, the Micro PC. Is the $1800 price tag justified though? Brian Beeler weighs[...]

Brighthand Reviews the Sony Clie TJ37

Sony's latest mid-range model is the first handheld with built-in Wi-Fi to debut at just $300. It also has a camera and a faster processor than many other Clies.

Brighthand Reviews the Sony Clie TJ35

Brighthand's Editor-in-Chief took Sony's latest Clie for a test drive and found that it has been designed for the budget-conscious executive. It has less of an emphasis on entertainment than[...]

Sony PSP First Thoughts Review (pics)

Ok, so it's not a PDA, notebook or a perfect fit for any of our family of sites, but the Sony PSP is a mobile device that is extremely popular,[...]

Brighthand Reviews the Sony PEG-UX50

Brighthand's Editor-in-Chief finds a lot to like in Sony's latest high-end handheld... but a lot to dislike as well.

Sony Exits U.S. Handheld Market

Sony announces that it will no longer market Clie handhelds in United States, at least for the foreseeable future.

Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 First Thoughts Preview

Sony Ericsson made headlines earlier this week by announcing its first Windows Mobile smartphone. The Xperia X1 is on display now at at tradeshow in Spain, and Brighthand's Kevin O'Brien[...]

Why the Playstation Portable Isn’t Going to Replace Your Handheld

The Playstation Portable is a very impressive device with plenty of features any Palm OS or Pocket PC user would envy. But Brighthand's Ed Hardy says it isn't going[...]

Why Sony’s PDAs Failed in the U.S., but Not in Japan

According to contributing writer Larry Becker, there's a lot more to the Sony story than just a major electronics player exiting the PDA market.

CeBIT 2003 – Sony Memory Stick TV Tuner on Display (picture)

Sony has been toying with television technology in tiny form factors for a while now. There was even some speculation that the Clie NZ90 would have a TV tuner built[...]

Brighthand Reviews the Sony Clie TG50

The new Sony Clie PEG-TG50 is the company's latest Palm OS 5 model. It includes a high-resolution screen, an integrated keyboard, and Bluetooth wireless networking.

Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Review

The Android-based Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 has attracted a great deal of attention with its very large, high-resolution display and 1 GHz processor. Dragan Petric brings us a review of[...]

In depth – Palm Tungsten T3

It never rains, but it pours. Hot on the heels of Sony's wireless clamshell, Palm appears to be planning the Holy Grail of Palm-powered PDAs: a single piece tablet with[...]

Brighthand Reviews Hagiwara Sys-Com’s Wi-Fi Memory Stick

Brighthand gave the first ever Wi-Fi Memory Stick a thorough test and found that it offers a wide range and an access point sniffer, though it does have a major[...]

palmOne Treo 650 Revealed (pics, specs)

We initially called it the Treo 610, well add 40 to that number and what do you get?  The Treo 650 and that's the name we're sticking with for the[...]

Some Handheld Makers Snub the U.S.

Sony, Toshiba, and Fujitsu-Siemens have all recently announced new models that won't be available in the U.S. There are several theories why, but no one knows for sure.

Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 Preview 2

When Sony Ericsson first unveiled the Xperia X1, the company was somewhat hampered by the fact that this smartphone will run a version of Windows Mobile that had not yet[...]

Review – Sony Clie NX80

Sony's new NX80 handheld sports a number of improvements over it's predecessor, the NX70. However, is it worth the money for a generational upgrade?