Review: Pantech Ease
The touch screen on the Pantech Ease was not the most responsive, not even as finger friendly as the Pantech Pursuit. However, Pantech has wisely played to the strengths of the resistive touch technology. Resistive screens are pressure sensitive, so they respond well to hard taps, not so much to light touches. There is no swiping required on the home screen or in the main menu. Most menu lists keep themselves limited to the screen size. The buttons are large and easy for poking. When I did have to swipe through a list, I noticed some lagging response times, and the phone could incorrectly register a swipe as a simple tap. But in a casual day's use, you might never come across such problems, especially if you won't be using the music player or the Web browser often.
Review: Pantech Pursuit
AT&T's new quick messaging phone, the Pantech Pursuit, is an adorable little feature phone with a few cool gimmicks on board to set it apart.
Review: Lenovo Moto G4 Play
The Moto G4 Play takes up residence at the bottom of Lenovo's U.S. lineup of Android handsets.
Hands On with the Doro 7050
Doro has long made a name for itself as a purveyor of simple phones for older folks. Their latest entry is a super-basic, old-school flip phone with classic, easy-to-use design, Doro's special easy interface, and unique software powering it.
Review: Olloclip Pivot
The Pivot from Olloclip is a simple pistol grip for smartphones. It is meant to help when capturing video and/or photos with your mobile device.
Review: Edifer MP200 Bluetooth Speaker
If you want a Bluetooth speaker that's small, portable, powerful, and fun, the Edifer MP200 may fit the bill. This simple compact music maker includes a few unique features that set it apart from other inexpensive offerings.