Stuff Magazine Review The Sony Ericsson Vivaz Pro

27. February 2010 at 04:28

Stuff Magazine Review The Sony Ericsson Vivaz Pro

The guys over at Stuff Magazine have got their hands on the Sony Ericsson Vivas and Vivas Pro. The Vivaz Pro is the QWERTY keyboard version of the Vivaz and it still retains all the features of its sibling, barring a few key differences. The Vivas has an 8.1MP camera whereas the Vivaz Pro packs in 5.1MPs and therefore a smaller sensor to make way for it’s slide out keyboard. The Vivaz Pro is also 2mm thicker, but the best part however, is they both pack 720p HD video mode, putting it up against the likes of Samsung’s i8910 HD. Julian Whitehorn gives a quick overview of the Vivas Pro in his hands-on demo after the break.

OtterBox Commuter Series for the Nokia E71

6. November 2009 at 15:00

As some of you are probably aware, I currently use the Nokia E71 and its slim design is one of the key aspects that’s kept me clutching on to it. Recently I’ve been searching for a decent case to protect my device but have been worried that it may add too much bulk and therefore ruin the aesthetics of the device. I looked at quite a few but one that caught my eye was the OtterBox Commuter Series for the Nokia E71. Now although it’s quite rugged for my needs, I thought it was pretty cool and thought I’d give it a mention. Check out my thoughts after the break…

The Atomic Pico Bluetooth Dongle Review

1. November 2009 at 15:08

Going a little off topic, I wanted to take a look at some connectivity tools and the best solutions out there. Connecting your device to a PC or laptop is an essential aspect for mobile users, whether its to back up your data, or simply send content to or from your PC. Most computers offer built in bluetooth technologies, however its usually at an extra cost or in a higher spec model, which again means more cost. So the other option is to buy a USB bluetooth adapter or dongle to enable this connectivity measure on your computer.

Nokia N86 8MP Review – Part 3 – Camera

25. September 2009 at 19:40

It may have taken a while, but its finally here, the third and final part of my epic Nokia N86 8MP Review. This review will focus on the hardware, software and experience of using the 8MP camera this flagship is renowned for. So without further ado, let’s get started…

Nokia E75 vs N86 8MP

8. September 2009 at 07:00

Recently I was lucky enough to receive a trial for the Nokia E75 messaging device, so I thought I’d share some of my thoughts, along with a few comparison shots with the Nokia N86 8MP. The Nokia E-series range is slowly becoming more and more popular, with recent figures demonstrating more sales in comparison to the N-series, an iconic achievement indeed.