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    Samsung Mythic SGH-A897 Cell Phone Review

    Overview What’s Good: TouchWiz 2.0 offers improvements over previous versions.   What’s Bad: Battery life not great, and coverage is spotty at times. Introduction Despite the smartphone push by carriers, featurephones remain an important element in the wireless industry. To that end, the Samsung Mythic is a great addition to the field,...

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    Samsung Memoir T929 Cell Phone Review

    Up until recently, the highest megapixel camera phones to grace U.S. carriers have been 5-megapixel shooters like the Motorola Zine ZN5. If we wanted to play around with higher-performance camera phones, we had to get our hands on unlocked versions like the 8-megapixel Samsung Innov8 from our friends in Europe. But that...

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    Samsung Strive Cell Phone Review

    Introduction It’s rare to find a phone with a screen this size (2.6 inches) and it not be a touchscreen device; however, the Strive is packed with other standard features, including a camera, music player, a full QWERTY keyboard, and AT&T navigator. Samsung and AT&T have also added some new features to...

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    Samsung Reality Cell Phone Review

    The Reality is packed with features that you don’t always see on a basic messaging phone these days, though most people wouldn’t mind having them – features like a 3.5mm headphone jack, miscroSD card slot, and a self-portrait mirror for the camera. Samsung also added a few fun design features, including a...

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    Samsung SyncMaster XL2370 LCD Monitor Review

    The 23-inch Samsung SyncMaster XL2370 is thin, sleek, and light. It’s as if Samsung’s own P2370 had a thinner, prettier sister. In addition, the XL also has an LED backlight that lets it perform better in movies and games. The monitor won’t be available in the U.S. until October 12, 2009, but...

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    Samsung ML-2525W Wireless Laser Printer Review

    The Samsung ML-2525W is simple by nature: it only prints black, but offers the advantages of manual double-sided printing, a single-sheet tray, and wireless networking. For all that, its biggest boon for home offices, students, and small businesses (especially in this post-recession economy) is its $150 price tag, making it one of...

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    Samsung UN55B8500 55 Inch Television Review

    If you watch football or read CNET, chances are you’ve noticed ads for Samsung’s so-called LED TVs. The company has released three series of these super-thin LED-based LCDs so far this year, the 6000, the 7000, and the 8000 models, but it’s saved the best for last. The fourth series is dubbed...

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    Samsung PN50B860 50 Inch Television Review

    In the battle between plasma and LCD, the former generally comes out ahead in most areas of our picture quality tests, while the latter has dominated the less-important, but somehow costlier, dimension of depth. LCDs like the Samsung and Sony edge-lit models, and the Hitachi UT37X902 cost a hefty premium for their...

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