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HTC Touch Review

Brighthand's Editor-In-Chief brings us a review of the HTC Touch, a new Windows Mobile 6 smartphone with an innovative fingertip-oriented control system. Read full article

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RIM BlackBerry 8830 World Edition Review

The BlackBerry 8830 is nearly unique in the smartphone world by virtue of its support for both CDMA and GSM cellular-wireless networks. Jerry Jackson brings us this review. *UPDATED* Read full article

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Palm Treo 755p Review

Palm has just announced that Sprint will begin offering the Treo 755p soon. Antoine Wright brings us a review of this Palm OS smartphone with 3G wireless networking. Read full article

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Palm Treo 700wx First Impressions Review

Sprint PCS has recently launched its first Windows Mobile Treo, and Ed Hardy brings us his thoughts after using this smartphone for a short time. Read full article

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Audiovox 6601 / Sprint PPC-6601 Pocket PC Phone Review

The Sprint PPC-6601 is the same as the Audiovox 6601 Pocket PC Phone branded under the Sprint PCS Wireless provider brand. Also sold in Europe as the XDA[...] Read full article

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Brighthand Reviews the HP iPAQ hx4700

HP's first Pocket PC with a VGA screen is big in every way. It has the biggest screen and the biggest battery of any of the VGA Pocket PCs.[...] Read full article

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Sony Vaio U50 Review

Sony's newest entry into their line of ultra-small PCs blurs the line between laptop and handheld computing, packing desktop processors and 20 GB of storage into a device the size[...] Read full article

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Brighthand Reviews the New Pocket PCs

Brighthand reviews three models from the recent crop of new Pocket PCs, including the Dell Axim X3i, HP iPAQ h4155 and Toshiba e405. Read full article

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Brighthand Reviews the Samsung i330

Brighthand's Ed Hardy recently took Samsung's i330 smart phone with him on vacation. Combining the features of a phone and a PDA, the i330 let Ed get email and browse[...] Read full article