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Samsung Vibrant (T-Mobile)

Here's our weekly roundup of the new products CNET reviewers liked best.

Samsung Vibrant (T-Mobile)

Editors' rating: 4 out of 5

The good: The Samsung Vibrant boasts a brilliant Super AMOLED touch screen and comes preloaded with a number of entertainment goodies, including a full-length copy of "Avatar." The Android-based smartphone also offers 16GB of internal memory, full wireless options, and great call quality.

The bad: The phone feels plasticky and slick. Battery life isn't the greatest. There's no camera flash.

The bottom line: Sleek and fast, the Samsung Vibrant is one of T-Mobile's top smartphones for entertainment, but its feature set takes a toll on the battery life.

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Samsung PN50C7000

Samsung PN50C7000

Editors' rating: 4 out of 5

The good: Excellent black-level performance; accurate color overall; numerous picture controls and tweaks; sleek styling with inch-deep panel; superb streaming and widget content via well-integrated Apps platform; solid 3D picture quality.

The bad: Cannot properly handle 1080p/24 sources; less efficient than LCD models; duplication of Apps and widgets can be confusing; does not include 3D glasses.

The bottom line: Among the better 2D performers available, the Samsung PNC7000 series plasma also delivers 3D for less than the competition.

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Price range: $1,469.00 - $2,699.98

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Motorola i1 (Boost Mobile)

Motorola i1 (Boost Mobile)

Editors' rating: 3.5 out of 5

The good: The Motorola i1 has a responsive and intuitive capacitive touch screen, a rugged construction, and has decent call quality.

The bad: The Motorola i1 currently only has Android OS 1.5. Also, its photo quality is mediocre for a 5-megapixel camera.

The bottom line: Though it's far from the best Android phone, the Motorola i1 is a decent touch-screen smartphone for Boost Mobile customers.

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Price range: $399.99

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Samsung HZ35W

Samsung HZ35W

Editors' rating: 3.5 out of 5

The good: Overall good features, design, performance, and photos for its price.

The bad: Mediocre low-light photos; confusing GPS setup; using ASM mode is a pain.

The bottom line: Samsung's HZ35W is pretty much an across-the-board improvement from its predecessor resulting in a GPS-enabled compact megazoom worth considering.

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Price range: $319.00-319.99

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Asus Eee PC 1018PB-BK801

Asus Eee PC 1018PB-BK801

Editors' rating: 4 out of 5

The good: New slim, brushed-metal design; excellent touch pad.

The bad: Some annoying keyboard concessions.

The bottom line: Asus reboots the Eee PC series (at least aesthetically) with this slick-looking metallic Netbook, the Eee PC 1018.

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Price range: $349.99

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Samsung Captivate (AT&T)

Samsung Captivate (AT&T)

Editors' rating: 4 out of 5

The good: The Samsung Captivate features a gorgeous Super AMOLED screen, a 1GHz processor, and 16GB of onboard memory plus an expansion slot. The Android 2.1 device also offers great call quality, full wireless options, and a HD video capture.

The bad: AT&T won't let you sideload apps. Camera lacks flash.

The bottom line: The Samsung Captivate is easily AT&T's best Android offering to date, delivering great performance, tons of features, and an easy-to-use interface.

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HP Mini 210-1199DX

HP Mini 210-1199DX

Editors' rating: 3.5 out of 5

The good: Slick design; excellent keyboard and touch pad.

The bad: More expensive than comparable Netbooks; bulky battery.

The bottom line: It has one of the best keyboard and touch pad combos we've seen on a 10-inch Netbook, but HP's pink-hued Mini 210 is still a little pricey for what you get.

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Price range: $379.99

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Samsung :) Smiley - black (T-Mobile)

Samsung :) Smiley - black (T-Mobile)

Editors' rating: 3.5 out of 5

The good: The Samsung Smiley has a functional midrange feature set and respectable call quality.

The bad: The Samsung Smiley's keyboard is a tad cramped and offers few shortcut keys. Some messaging options require use of the browser.

The bottom line: If you don't mind the small keyboard and can get past the cringe-inducing name, T-Mobile's Samsung Smiley is a user-friendly messaging phone.

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Samsung Acclaim (U.S. Cellular)

Samsung Acclaim (U.S. Cellular)

Editors' rating: 3.5 out of 5

The good: The Samsung Acclaim has a great 3.2-inch HVGA touch-screen display, a responsive optical sensor, and it comes with Android 2.1. We also like that it has a 3.5mm headset jack, and it's affordable as well.

The bad: The Samsung Acclaim doesn't have a great physical keyboard, and call quality could be improved.

The bottom line: The Samsung Acclaim is a pretty good Android phone for those on a budget, but we were disappointed with the keyboard and call quality.

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Cambridge SoundWorks i525

Cambridge SoundWorks i525

Editors' rating: 3.5 out of 5

The good: Dual alarm clock; AM/FM radio; iPod dock; works with iPhone, too (unofficially); full iPod navigation via remote; can control some iPhone/iPod Touch apps; Creative X-Fi sound-processing technology presets.

The bad: Not portable; remote feels a bit flimsy.

The bottom line: Though its $150 price tag places it among the more-expensive devices on the market, its great sound, feature set, and comprehensive iPod control make the i525 a worthy AM/FM iPod alarm clock radio.

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Price range: $149.99

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