Review Matrix: The Apple TV Dissected

Tech journalists are starting to receive their little black rental pucks, which means it's review time! Most critics seem generally pleased, but rather than wade through their judgments, check our handy comparison chart below and consume in dainty bites. (Updated!) » 10/01/10 6:20pm 10/01/10 6:20pm

Five Takes On the New Apple iPods

With the latest iPods shipping this week, you'll be wanting to know whether an upgrade is necessary—or whether to take the plunge into the wild world of iPoddery. So far, this is what the reviews are saying: » 9/08/10 5:40am 9/08/10 5:40am

iPad Mega Meta Review: Works Great, No Surprises

At least eight people got iPads from Apple pre-launch, three usual suspects plus some new faces. Their approaches are different, but the take-home remains the same: It's good. Here's the easiest way to digest all the iPad reviews at once: » 4/01/10 4:36am 4/01/10 4:36am

iPhone 3GS Review Matrix: What Everybody's Saying

It's time for another roundup of pundits espousing heartfelt admiration and none-too-bloody criticism of a pretty hot Apple product. How did they—I mean "it"—do this time around? Have a look-see... » 6/18/09 2:00am 6/18/09 2:00am

Gizmodo's Amazon Kindle 2 Review Matrix

You don't wanna wear out your eyes reading superlong Kindle 2 reviews before you get one, right? Well here's our review matrix for quick, easy-on-the-eyes digestion of reviews from tech's biggest names. » 2/24/09 4:50pm 2/24/09 4:50pm

Gizmodo's iPhone 3G Review Matrix

How do you read three lengthy reviews at the same time, really really fast? You jump to our review matrix of the iPhone 3G, first judged exclusively by the Three Amigos of Appledom: Ed Baig of USA Today, Walt Mossberg of the Wall Street Journal and David Pogue of the New York Times. » 7/09/08 9:00am 7/09/08 9:00am

Opinions Side-By-Side In Our iPhone Review Matrix



If you were too lazy to actually read the four iPhone reviews that came out last night, we've done the hard part and stuck the most salient tidbits into a chart, hoping to see both agreement and dissent among the elders: David Pogue of the New York Times, Walt Mossberg of the Wall Street Journal, Ed Baig of USA Today » 6/27/07 10:03am 6/27/07 10:03am