13 Results for

x500

Review

Posh Orion Pro X500

The Orion Pro's disappointing features completely overshadow its low price and dual-SIM setup.

By December 9, 2014

2 stars Editors' rating December 9, 2014
Video

GE Power Pro X500

The GE X500 megazoom is a very good value as long as you understand its photo and performance limitations.

By October 4, 2011

Article

GE Power Pro X500 review: Second verse, same as the first (almost)

Successor to the popular GE X5 megazoom, the X500 gets little more than a megapixel bump, but remains a decent budget-friendly compact with several sought-after features.

By July 26, 2011

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GE Power Pro X500 sample photos

Check out an examination of the GE Power Pro X500, a budget-friendly 16-megapixel 15x wide-angle megazoom with an electronic viewfinder, manual controls, and powered by AA batteries.

10 Images By July 21, 2011

Review

Lexmark X500n color laser MFP

Although it's missing some fax features that many small offices and work groups find useful, the Lexmark X502n produces fast, high-quality prints. This is one laser multifunction that has a lot going for it.

By July 3, 2007

3.5 stars Editors' rating July 3, 2007

MSRP: $879.00

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Asus P535 vs E-TEN glofiish X500: GPS smart phones

The GPS smart phone era is upon us and soon everyone will have a phone that can tell you how to get home. Here are two of the latest offerings that feature Windows Mobile 5.0, 2-megapixel cameras and GPS receivers

By November 6, 2006

Video

Canon's 30x zoom PowerShot SX500 IS

Though good and reasonably priced, the PowerShot X500 IS is not without sacrifice.

By February 1, 2013

Article

Best digital cameras for under $150 (roundup)

Not all cheaper point-and-shoots are crap, and here are six cameras that prove it.

By November 21, 2011

Review

GE Power Pro

The GE X500 megazoom is a very good value as long as you understand its photo and performance limitations.

By July 22, 2011

3.5 stars Editors' rating July 22, 2011
Article

Reality check on Intel Sandy Bridge laptops

Systems using Intel's new "Sandy Bridge" chip are available from top-tier vendors--but they're not cheap. Less-expensive dual-core Sandy Bridge systems are due in the spring.

By January 26, 2011