The Olympus FE-110 is budget priced for a 5-megapixel compact model, but its average picture quality and lack of features make it an entry-level choice only.
With poor indoor white balance, soft images, and sluggish performance, it's best to give this camera a pass.
The Olympus FE 170's price is hard to beat; its performance, not so much.
If you care about seeing only photos and other graphics in all their glorious color, you'll like the FE991SB. But if you work with written documents, be prepared for blurry text.
The Olympus FE-140 is a fine selection if you don't want to make decisions, but it doesn't offer many choices either.
The Olympus FE-130 is a decent choice if you want a camera that doesn't ask too many questions.
If you really want a camera that does the thinking for you, this is a good choice. Otherwise, look for faster, more reliable models.
The Olympus FE-250 is a little slow and has few manual settings, but at least it takes good pictures.
Has Asus taken the whole phablet concept overboard with the 8-inch Intel-powered FonePad 8? Perhaps.
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This reasonably priced jumbo CRT performs well, but it's hard to adjust and lacking in pizzazz.