I agree. CNET is near useless when rating technology. I don't think they actually spend more than an hour or two with a device before writing about it. They certainly don't put any "real world usage" feedback into the review. Many times they penalize the device for not having features that in fact, it does have.
Originally Posted by saa001
Also, take the user feedback with a grain of salt. You'll really have to use your judgment to find useful feedback sometimes. Many of the posts are from people that have never used the device. I've seen users give a device a 2 because it was "fugly" or not "pimped out" enough. You get my drift. However, you can get some good info from real world users if you read enough of the posts.
Just because I don't care doesn't mean I don't understand. -Homer