A couple pretty interesting reviews popped up today on Engadget and CrunchGear, covering the HTC Desire and Entourage eDGe, respectively. We thought you’d like to hear the scoop so we’ve provided a summarizing snippet of each with links to the full reviews.
HTC Desire Review
The Desire is yet another fine piece of work from HTC – build quality is top notch as usual, and there’s little to complain about the software except for the Flash performance. Some may argue that the Desire lacks freshness since the Nexus One’s already shown it all, but we’d disagree – at the end of the day it’s mainly about the software and service, plus the Desire is available from more carriers to begin with (outside the US, anyway). [Read the full review]
Entourage eDGe Dualbook Review
The enTourage eDGe is a functional, easy-to-use device that currently defies formal classification. It’s primarily going to be useful to academics and people who spend a lot of time in books, but need more convenience than that offered by separate e-book reader and laptop. It has some warts, but offers surprising value in a first-generation device. [Read the full review]
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- Check out the HTC Desire forums, see the specs, or find news and reviews.
- Check out the Entourage eDGe forums, see the specs, or find news and reviews.
TAGS: Entourage Edge, HTC Desire