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TwitterPeek: A Twitter-Only Device

maker Peek has partnered
with Twitter to make the
world’s R rst dedicated Twitter
device. TwitterPeek lets
you send and receive tweets
and direct messages, follow
new users, and view images
sent via Twitpic. It has a
2.7-by-4-inch color screen,a
full QWERTY keyboard, and
no-contract, nationwide un -
limited wireless coverage.
Available now from Amazon
or, the
handset sells for $100. Y at
price includes six months of
wireless service; monthly
access will set you back $8
per month a] er that. Big
spenders can pay $200 up
front for the device and get
lifetime wireless coverage.
Missing Features
From the sound of it, however,
TwitterPeek leaves a lot
to be desired. For one, it
lacks a search function, so if
you plan on using it to track,
say, tweets about your business,
you’ll miss conversations
that use hashtags—a
user-created system of cataloging
tweets by subject—or
other conversations that
don’t have an @reply to your
company’s Twitter account.
It also has no Web browser,
so you can’t enjoy conversations focused on a blog
post or news item. Plans are
in the works to allow you to
preview Web pages within
TwitterPeek, but that will
still leave the device crippled
if you won’t be able to get a
complete view of what other
people are looking at.
I have to wonder about
TwitterPeek’s appeal. You
can already get Twitter on
any smartphone or feature
phone with Internet access,
and you can also send and
receive tweets by SMS.
If you want to avoid the
high data fees typical of
most phone plans, you could
try a cheaper Peek device,such as the $60 Pronto; that
unit will also let you send
text, and access Twitter via It’s still stripped
down, but at least you can
use it for three di_ erent
functions, all at a lower price.

article source : pc world .Ian Paul
—Ian Paul


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New Archos 5 Internet Tablet Does Media, Web

THE ARCHOS 5 Internet
Tablet—sporting Google’s
Android mobile operating
system—is a touchscreen
media player that stands out
from the crowd. (It comes in
various capacities. A 160GB
hard-drive model is $430; an
8GB P ash-drive one is $250.)
S e Web-centric Android
OS includes a powerful
Flash Lite browser that
will default to a Website’s
mobile version if one is
available. S e Internet Tablet
also comes with free apps
for IM, Twitter, Wikipedia,
and other online services.
S e Android interface
shines on this device, and
the generous (4.8 inches),
800-by-480-pixel display is
well suited to navigating an
assortment of apps.
S e player supports 720p
MPEG-4 HD video, among
other formats; footage looks
beautiful on the unit’s glossy
display. S e on-screen controls
make it easy to pause,rewind, or jump forward.
You can download media
from the Archos Media Club
store over the built-in Wi-Fi,
or sync the device to your
libraries with Windows
Media Player 11 or higher.
S e unit has a DVR capability,
but using it requires a
DVR kit that sells for $140.
Another option (costing
$50) lets you play content
from the Archos on your TV.
S e built-in GPS ob en
failed to pinpoint my location
well, and the feature
requires a subscription.
S e cost of such useful
add-ons may discourage
some potential buyers, but
the unit remains an intriguing
choice as a media player
and mobile browsing device.

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Acer’s New Aspire One Comes With Two OSs

THE LATEST in the Aspire
One netbook line,
the D250-1613 has
a 1.6GHz Intel
Atom CPU, 1GB of
RAM, a 160GB hard drive, a
tiny keyboard, and a microscopic
multitouch pad. It’s a
dual-boot system, with both
Windows XP and Android.
But Google’s OS isn’t suacient to make it a winner.
Upon your 2 rst boot-up of
the D250-1613, it goes into
Windows XP. Once you 2 nd
and use the Android con2 guration
tool, and re boot, it
loads the Acer H avor of An -
droid in about 18 seconds.
K e main interface is clean.
By default, a few apps line
the bottom; you can drag
and drop others from a pullout
menu that sits on the
right side of the screen. Of
course, it has hooks into
Gmail, so you have access to
all your contacts, calendaring,
and e-mail oO ine.
Change any information
locally, and the next time
you’re online, it syncs up
with your Google account.
A big disappointment is
the lack of useful preinstalled
soS ware such as a
word processor. K e ability
to browse a USB thumbdrive
would be nice, too, as
would printer support.
K is Aspire is a little smaller
than earlier models (10.2by 8.0 by 1.0 inches and a
light 2.7 pounds). K e keyboard
is a bit cramped even
by netbook standards. And
the touchpad is tiny.
At least the display is reasonably
big and colorful.
With brightness cranked up,
test videos ran nicely.
In subjective tests, battery
life was a little over 6 hours.

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Darren Gladstone

GPS: More Screen

GPS: More Screen for Less Money

devices had 3.5-inch
screens. Today, a
4.3-inch screen is
standard, and some
displays are even bigger—
4.7 inches (Magellan’s Road-
Mate 1470), 5.0 inches (Tom-
Tom’s XXL 540S), and even
7.0 inches (Magellan’s Road-
Mate 1700), for instance.
M e devices are getting less
expensive, too. You can Q nd
full-featured portable units
with text-to-speech, lane
assist, and big screens for
not much more than $100.
And they’re getting more
connected. Both Garmin and TomTom released Internetconnected
devices in 2009. A
GPS device with a live Net
connection lets you search
for fuel prices, weather data,
airport departure/arrival info,
and points of interest (POIs),
using Google’s Live search.
Still, smartphones continue
to grab the lion’s share of
the connected GPS market.
AZ er changing how people
think about smartphones,
can Apple’s iPhone do the
same for the portable gps market? New iPhone GPS
apps from TomTom, Navigon,
and others have
changed the GPS landscape.
M ese apps cost from $35 to
$100—cheap enough to convince
people that they don’t
need a dedicated GPS.
Google’s recent announcement
of a full-featured free
navigation application could
disrupt the GPS market even
more as additional Android
phones start to ship.
M ough 2010 is likely to be
tough for manufacturers of
dedicated GPS devices, some
excellent personal navigators
are on the market today.
TomTom XXL 540S
If a 4.3-inch screen feels too
small, you’ll love the TomTom
XXL 540’s 5-inch display.
M e XXL 540S uses Tom-
Tom’s IQ Routes feature to
calculate routes and estimate
time of arrival based on historical
tra] c data rather than
on speed limits. In my testing,
the routes it generated
were the ones I’d normally
take. And ETA projections
were fairly accurate, even without a live tra- c receiver
(a $60 extra; that price in -
cludes a year’s subscription
to tra- c data, which costs
$60 per year therea> er).
A> er generating a route,
the 540S provides excellent
route-viewing options, in -
cluding browsing a turn-byturn
list of directions, viewing
maneuvers as images,
showing a route summary,
and demonstrating the trip.
H e 540S was a bit slow at
initially calculating routes
for longer trips, but recalculations
a> er missed turns
were I ne. H e device pronounced
street names clearly
and at a volume adjusted
to the vehicle’s speed.
Garmin Nuvi 1690
H e Nuvi 1690, Garmin’s I rst
connected GPS device, is a
good start but has room to
improve. It oQ ers Bluetooth
phone connectivity, text-tospeech
conversion, a built-in
cellular radio, lane assist with
junction view (showing simulated
highway signs), a 4.3-
inch screen, and optimized
multisegment routing.
H e 1690’s menu structure
matches that on other Nuvi
models, but with connected
services sprinkled throughout
the menus in (for the
most part) appropriate locations.
For example,
the connected services
in the tools menu are
Flight Status, Weather,
Ciao, and Currency.
Other connected
services appear in the
Where To menu. H e
I rst screen oQ ers
Google Local search
and White pages as
options. Google Local
provides online access
to the same 13 POI
categories as does the
‘Points of Interest’ icon. Just
as when you’re searching the
POI database, you can use
Google Local to search areas
nearby, in a diQ erent city,
close to a recent or a favorite
destination, or (if you have
an active route) along the
route you’re currently on।

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