Touch-screen smartphones have dominated the charts for our most popular reviews of the year, with the launch of Research In Motion's BlackBerry Storm proving of most interest to readers, along with the first Google Android phone and Samsung's Omnia.
Laptops also piqued readers' interests, with models by Asus, Apple and Dell all making the top 10, as did an early look at Microsoft's next Windows update and Google's entry into the web browser space.
Review: BlackBerry Storm
The first touch-screen BlackBerry looks like a hit for consumers, but business users may be less keen
BlackBerry Bold and Storm: Head to head
A try out with the BlackBerry Storm, RIM's first touch-screen device
First Look: Google Android G1 phone
Can T-Mobile's Android-based phone measure up against rivals such as the iPhone?
First Look: BlackBerry Storm
RIM's first touch-phone is impressive, but will traditional BlackBerry users take to an on-screen keyboard?
First Look: Microsoft Windows 7
Pre-release version of the next Windows shows improvements over Vista
First Look: Asus Eee PC 901
The 901 is great when things are working, but Linux users may be in trouble when things go wrong
First Look: Samsung Omnia - vnunet.com
Samsung's touch-screen smartphone is no rival for the iPhone
First Look: Google Chrome
The new browser impresses, but not for business use
Review: Windows on Apple MacBook Pro
We find out how Microsoft's flagship operating system performs on the latest MacBook Pro
Review: Dell Inspiron Mini 9
Dell's mini laptop is smaller than most, but still a cut above many others
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