Devices

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TurboLinux Wizpy Review

TurboLinux Wizpy Review

Though Linux in the mainstream has come a long way over the past few years, there is still this stigma of being difficult to install and use. The TurboLinux Wizpy is trying to sway consumer…

Trolltech Qtopia Greenphone and SDK Review

Trolltech Qtopia Greenphone and SDK Review

The Greenphone comes at a time when there are countless mobile Linux platforms, but not many of them are open for easy development.  This little device aims to fill a niche for a community-…

Neuros OSD Review

Neuros OSD Review

The Neuros OSD promises a lot - it claims to be the first open source Linux-based embedded media center and it "records video and links your PC, portables and entertainment center". Bold claims,…

LinuxCertified LC2430 Linux Laptop Review

LinuxCertified LC2430 Linux Laptop Review

The system I tested was powerful. It has a 3.06GHz processor (with Hyper Threading support), 1 Gigabyte of RAM, and an ATI Radeon Mobility 9000 with 64Mb VGA ram.

The screen is a 15" SXGA…

Sharp Zaurus SL-5600 PDA Review

Sharp Zaurus SL-5600 PDA Review

A long time ago, when I first heard about Sharp releasing the Linux based Zaurus 5500 PDA, my interest was peaked. I was just dying to see what it could do.

Alas, I never had a chance to…

Dell Dimension 4550 Review

One day I was surfing Dell's website to help a friend purchase a new computer and I stumbled across this baby. I know that I did not need a new computer. I had just built myself an Athlon 1700+ XP…

Dell Latitude C840 Mobile Workstation Review

For the last two years I have been using a notebook as my daily base of operations. As a "road warrior" I like to have all of my programs, files, etc on hand at all times. I love the freedom of…

Dell Inspiron 4000 C600GT Notebook Review

Recently, I was given the opportunity to get my hands on a brand new Dell Inspiron 4000. Can you guess what the first thing I did was?

If you guessed, "Format that filthy Windows partition…

PogoLinux Kona Workstation Review

It's not too often you hear of a pre-built Linux machine, right? Sure some major vendors (brand-name PC manufactures) are starting to jump on the Linux bandwagon to offer their own "Linux solution…

3com BigPicture Video Phone Camera & PCI Capture Card Review

3Com first released the Bigpicture Video Phone in 1999 to meet the demand for high-quality videoconferencing over PC's. The Bigpicture Video Phone (or Netcam as it is sometimes referred to) and…