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This week on the Naked Geeks, we’ll fill you in on what you missed from the Mobile World Congress, as well as some news, and a review of Nokia’s mid-range phablet, the Lumia 1320. Listen in!
Not everyone is after a phone small enough to fit in your pocket, and some of us want to take the web with us in a big way. But if this is your goal and you don’t want to spend a lot, you might find it hard to buy a new phone, and that’s where Nokia is stepping in.
Even though cyclists probably don’t need an excuse to take a long Sunday trek, Magellan may have given them some encouragement to get lost and ride their way back, with a trio of GPS units built for Australian bike tracks hitting stores shortly.
If there’s one company that hasn’t made much of a deal about the whole tablet-sized phone area called “phablets,” it’s Nokia, which has been pretty resistant, at least until now. Enter the Lumia 1520, a 6 inch Windows-based phone that brings a whole lot of promise in a phone made for big hands.
Riders looks for a way to stay connected when travelling together may now have an option outside of waving to each other, and all they need to do is attach it to the outside of the helmet.
We haven’t seen much in the way of tablets from Lenovo for some time, but the company has something new up its sleeve, with a set of moves that few tablets can do with an accessory in the form of the Yoga tablet.
If the idea of a tablet with its own internet connection anywhere gets your attention, but the price of other 3G tablets turns you off, Kogan may soon have something to grab your interest.
Australia’s first curved smartphone is here, hugging your face better than any phone before it. But is LG’s G Flex a game changer and worth your dime and time?
The new Garmin VIRB action camera brings something new to the table this year, with connectivity between the camera, and other Garmin GPS and fitness devices. But how does the VIRB handle a hard week with the average Aussie adventurer?