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ZDNet's Patrick Houston takes a look at the newly updated Zire from Palm, which features more memory and the Palm 5 operating system.
ZDNet's Patrick Houston gets an early look at the newly released Motorola MPx200, the first GSM phone released in the United States that features Windows Mobile Software.
CNET's Patrick Houston takes a look at the new Sony Ericsson T630, which features still photos, video recording, Bluetooth connectivity and a 65K TFT (thin film transistor) color screen.
ZDNet's Patrick Houston tests out Sony's new DVD Dual RW Recorder, which lets people transfer their home videos to DVD. The recorder will be available in June for $1,000.
ZDNet's Patrick Houston checks out the Palm Tungsten T3 and E models, which tout more power, new display features and upgraded personal information management software for the business user.
ZDNet's Patrick Houston takes a look at Sony's new all-in-one desktop computer that has a keyboard that flips up to partially cover the computer's 15-inch screen while in storage.
CNET's Patrick Houston looks at the Sony Ericsson P900 smart phone, which features video recording, increased memory and a 65K color touch screen.
The Sony VAIO NR160 is a perfectly functional, budget 15-inch laptop--we just wish it didn't stray so far from the excellent industrial design of the company's more expensive systems.
ZDNet's Patrick Houston looks at the Linux-based iPronto digital display, which acts as a remote control and an Internet browser.
With a sleek design, HD-friendly display, and a Blu-ray drive, the 16-inch Sony Vaio FW270 is a near-ideal portable entertainment center.