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Walt Mossberg at The Wall Street Journal reviews the Lenovo ThinkPad X300. You get a feeling of a certain Apple preference; one would think there are more relevant comparisons to do though, like to the Sony Vaio TZ series. Nevertheless he recommends the X300 for its many features, connectivity options, thinness and ruggedness for those who like Windows and can afford the price tag, $2,476-$3,000 (€1,680-€2,040).

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Samsung just announced the G810, their new flagship S60 smartphone. Unlike Nokia’s phones it doesn’t really come bundled with navigation software for the GPS. Just a trial version of Navigon comes with the phone, but it can handle other third party navigation applications too. The camera pictures are comparable in quality to those of Nokia N95 and Sony Ericsson K850i. However, the G810 adds real optical zoom. Most smartphones in this range are large devices, and the G810 is no exception – with its up to 22 mm thickness it’s one of the heftiest.

Samsung G810

  • 3G, WiFi, GPS, Symbian S60, 84 Mb free RAM, microSD
  • Screen: 2.6″ 240×320
  • Camera: 5.0 Mpix AF, 3× optical zoom, large sliding cover, xenon flash, VGA video 30 FPS
  • Music: 3.5mm audio jack side mounted, dedicated audio chip
  • Size: 103 × 53 × 18-22 mm
  • Weight: 139 grams
  • Battery: 2-3 days standby in reality

Samsung G810 preview at MobileReview