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Reviewer:
FerrariEnzo
 
Top 10 Mobile Reviewer
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  1.  Fantastic!!!

    Posted: 

    To start of with, I've owned many different phones in the past couple of years. I've had the N95, N95 Black, N96, E90, Tocco, iPhone (which I lost) and others before that.

    At first I wasn't sure about Blackberry handsets but I actually wish I got one sooner.

    The best feature about the Blackberry to me is that you can use instant messenger's like MSN, AIM, Yahoo Messenger, MySpace, Blackberry Messenger and most importantly Facebook. The phone is like a mini PC, 2G internet (really fast, like 3G), the internet is really simple to use too.

    Blackberry messenger is really good, you will also get to choose a Blackberry email address.

    Blackberry has a website accessible from your handset where you can download new applications like Facebook, Games etc....

    Because you can do so much on the phone you will find that you use it a lot so it is handy that the battery life will last 3 days (on average).

    It has a 3.2MP camera which is okay, it has video capture too.

  2.  Best phone I had to date! Well done Nokia N96!

    Posted: 

    I've owned quite a few phones in recent times including iPhone, N95, N95 Black, W890i, W880, U600 and the list goes on and on...

    I've still got my iPhone which I thought nothing could compare until now! The Nokia N96 is the best phone I've had so far.

    The Nokia N96 has everything, I don't know any other mobile phone that offers so much.

    - 5MP Camera with flash
    - Video Recorder
    - Video Calling
    - Sat Nav
    - Bluetooth and Wi-Fi
    - 3G Web
    - Email
    - Office applications
    - Java Games-

    To be honest, I could list a hundreds more functions but we'll be here forever!

    One thing I use to hate about Nokia N-Series was the very poor battery consumption, but YIPEE! N96 has a much better battery!

    iPhone Vs N96 - Well as I own both these handsets I can honest say I much prefer the Nokia N96! The iPhone is great but I can't hardly do anything on it! With the Nokia N96 I can personalize it and make it all mine.

  3.  Sony Ericsson W890i

    Posted: 

    I received my Sony Ericsson within a few days of ordering from Play.com! Speedy service as usual, thanks.

    I previously owned the W880i which I wasn't too happy with as it developed some problems.

    I'm glad to say that the W890i does not have to same issues so thats good. However, depending on where you live, the signal strength can be pretty poor! So at home I only have 1 or 2 bars, but this may not be the case for you.

    The W890i is a good slick little phone, the buttons can be a bit tricky so if you have big fingers, forget it!

    The music player, movie player are good. 3.2 camera is good.

    Battery is brilliant so charge about once a week for casual users.

  4.  Surprisingly Good!

    Posted: 

    When this phone first come onto the market I didn't actually think anything of it as it seemed pretty average. In the last year I have had the Nokia N95, Sony Ericsson W880i, Sony Ericsson W580i, Sony Ericsson K550i, LG Chocolate and a Samsung U600. Why have I had so many handsets??? I get bored easy!!!

    Anyway, the Nokia 6300 is probably the most basic of all the phones I've had but is certainly my favourite. I don't know what but theres something about this phone that makes me want to hang onto it. It could be the simplicity itself!!!

    The Nokia 6300 is packed full of the lastest technology: Camera, Bluetooth, Radio, MP3, Email, Calendar, Internet...

    I use an Apple Mac so didn't know if the Nokia would be able to sync with my .mail account. But it does!!! Most Samsung & Sony Ericssons also sync with .mail.

    Although it seems I have had more expensive phones, I prefer something that doesn't make a fuss and is discreet without having to pay silly money for. At under £80.00 it is certainly a good buy.

    The Nokia 6300 is a good size, when I had the N95 it was always a problem with having it in my pocket.

    With all the previously hansets I've always had small issues - Nokia N95: Loss Slider & Big - W880i: Poor Signal Strength - W580i: Chunky & Plastic - Samsung U600: Looks Girly - LG Chocolate: Buttons Too Sensitive.

  5.  Surprisingly Good!

    Posted: 

    When this phone first come onto the market I didn't actually think anything of it as it seemed pretty average. In the last year I have had the Nokia N95, Sony Ericsson W880i, Sony Ericsson W580i, Sony Ericsson K550i, LG Chocolate and a Samsung U600. Why have I had so many handsets??? I get bored easy!!!

    Anyway, the Nokia 6300 is probably the most basic of all the phones I've had but is certainly my favourite. I don't know what but theres something about this phone that makes me want to hang onto it. It could be the simplicity itself!!!

    The Nokia 6300 is packed full of the lastest technology: Camera, Bluetooth, Radio, MP3, Email, Calendar, Internet...

    I use an Apple Mac so didn't know if the Nokia would be able to sync with my .mail account. But it does!!! Most Samsung & Sony Ericssons also sync with .mail.

    Although it seems I have had more expensive phones, I prefer something that doesn't make a fuss and is discreet without having to pay silly money for. At under £80.00 it is certainly a good buy.

    The Nokia 6300 is a good size, when I had the N95 it was always a problem with having it in my pocket.

    With all the previously hansets I've always had small issues - Nokia N95: Loss Slider & Big - W880i: Poor Signal Strength - W580i: Chunky & Plastic - Samsung U600: Looks Girly - LG Chocolate: Buttons Too Sensitive.

  6.  Best Phone Ever!!!

    Posted: 

    I have had many other phones in the past year like the Samusung U600, Nokia N95, Sony Ericsson W810i, Compact 3, Samsung X630 but at last I believe I've found the best phone yet!

    I needed a phone for personal and business use. Originally, when the W880i came out I didn't even think about buying it because I didn't believe it had what I need but I was wrong.

    The W880i is the slimmest handset I've ever had, it looks quite stylish and fits into any pocket. Unlike the N95 which was quite big, I enjoy the compact W880i.

    The W880i can hold upto a 4GB memory card so plenty of storage for music, files, etc...

    Im sure you all know that Sony Ericsson's are great for their battery life, the W880i is very good. On average, I charge my phone up ever 7 days and talktime of around 8 hours!!! Compared to the N95 where I had to charge it up every 2 days if not less!!!

    Great email function, receive and send email within seconds!!! The W880i retreives the newest emails only where as some phones would retrieve every email in your account - even ones in the trash!!!

    Overall, great phone. Meets my business needs during the day, and a stylish and elegant handset in the evenings.

  7.  Great Phone! Great Battery! Great Torch!

    Posted: 

    I bought the w880i recently and knew it would be a great phone. Sony Ericsson are great for their batteries as they seem to last for ages.

    The w880i standby time is said to be about 16 days - ofcourse this wouldn't happen as Im sure you will make calls, send texts etc. So really I would say on average you will need to charge it up every 5-7 days.

    The talktime is an amazing 8 hours from fully charged, ideal for businessmen who use their phones a lot.

    The torch is really powerful and will easily light up a room when pitch black. Handy if you should every need light.

    Has all the usual stuff like bluetooth, music player, camera, video, etc.

    Brilliant phone and would recommend to anyone. However, Im not keeping it as I have just ordered the w880i from Play as it looks great and is really thin.

    I will leave a review for the w880i when I receive it so have a read if your interested!

  8.  Great Phone! Great Battery! Great Torch!

    Posted: 

    I bought the w880i recently and knew it would be a great phone. Sony Ericsson are great for their batteries as they seem to last for ages.

    The w880i standby time is said to be about 16 days - ofcourse this wouldn't happen as Im sure you will make calls, send texts etc. So really I would say on average you will need to charge it up every 5-7 days.

    The talktime is an amazing 8 hours from fully charged, ideal for businessmen who use their phones a lot.
    The torch is really powerful and will easily light up a room when pitch black. Handy if you should every need light.

    Has all the usual stuff like bluetooth, music player, camera, video, etc.

    Brilliant phone and would recommend to anyone. However, Im not keeping it as I have just ordered the w880i from Play as it looks great and is really thin. I will leave a review for the w880i when I receive it so have a read if your interested!

  9.  Great Piece!!! Looks & sounds great! Worth every penny!!!

    Posted: 

    I received my JBL today and within minutes had it plugged in and playing. Wow... the sound quality is great not to mention the brilliant subwoofer, very good overall package.

    The little speakers are so cute and on one of the speaker you have volume buttons to control the output of the music.

    I recently had the Harmon Kardon Soundstick 2 which was also a great piece, the JBL is equally as good if not better for its looks.

    I didn't know this at the start, but the covers on the subwoofer and two speakers are changable, it comes with black covers and white covers as standard. The black covers are standard and already on, but simply take it off and place the white ones on if desired plus JBL have other covers available like pink, brown, red, etc... visit their website for more info.

    If you are thinking about buying some speakers and subwoofer then look no further, at this low price you can't go wrong when you consider the Harmon Kardon Soundstick 2 is almost twice as much!!!

    I must compliment 'Play' for their low prices. I am extremely careful when it comes to money so I thoroughly shop around for the lowest prices.

    P.S. All the cables are very long (about 2-3 meters) so plenty of line to play with. Definately a plus point.

  10.  Wonderful!!!

    Posted: 

    I have had many other Apple products like iPod Nano's, iPod Shuffle and even the iPod Video. This 80GB Nano looks exactly the same as the iPod Video but this slightly thicker in width.

    It can do all the usual stuff like play music, videos etc. And play plenty of it too! 20,000 songs or 20 hours of video! WOW!!!

    I am a Graphic Designer so I use Apple Macs for my work, and I often need to download files from one computer to another. Not many people mention this but the iPod Nano is also a hard drive where you can drag and drop files so instead of buying an external hard drive why not use the iPod.

    The 80GB is massive! When you consider that an average MacBook Laptop is around 60GB!

    Although the iPod states 80GB of memory it never is - 75GB would be a better estimate, this is due to preloaded software on the iPod.

    Wouldn't it be great if iPods had built-in cameras and had bluetooth capabilities where people could share data??? If someone from Apple is reading this then perhapes you would like to mention this to Steve.