We hope you enjoyed the pilot episode of SlashGear TV week-in-review. This week, we are back with episode number 1. While we’re happy with the 25-minute clip, there’s still a lot of room for improvements. That being said, please submit your feed backs as to what you liked, didn’t like or want to see more of (within reasons of course). We’re striving to do our best to make each week entertaining as well as informative.
This week, we discussed in random order a number of different products ranging from the new Motorola ROKR E8 to a new screen cleaner called Surface. There’s a little bit of everything for everyone including a review of the ASUS Eee PC 901, Kyocera KR2/KPC 680, Toshiba Satellite Pro U400, and first look of the Samsung Z400 and T-Mobile @Home. We also discussed the purchase of Helio by Virgin Mobiles for $39M. This in my opinion is a sad thing because my friends will be out of a job soon.
Ashley was thrilled with the Voodoo laptop and really like the Wiimote concept. I on the other hand got an exclusive first hand look HTC Touch Pro, but am not too impressed with its thickness. It’s a big shame HTC ruined it by not slimming the handset down closer to the thickness of the HTC Diamond. And speaking of being impressed, I was totally blown away by awesomeness of the Sony Ericsson C905 8.1 Cybershot 8.1-megapixel camera phone, Blackberry Bold and Nokia E71.