Top rated products of July 2010

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Former editor of CNET Australia, Pam loves being in the thick of the ever-growing love affair (well addiction, really) that Australians have with their phones, digital cameras, flat screen TVs, and all things tech.

Cutting through the also rans, here's a round-up of the best products we reviewed in July.

The Samsung Galaxy S was the best of the smartphones we tested in July, and it's generating lots of comments from our readers too. Also on the list from last month are a Sony LCD TV, a Panasonic plasma, a Toyota hybrid, and our pick of laptops, headphones, speakers of all sizes, games and more.

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This would have to by far be one of the most amazing phones on the market! The AMOLED screen is absolutely stunning, not to mention paper thin if you pop the battery out, which you can, 'cos its not an iphone!

So it looks like an iPhone, as if anything with 'buttons' won't, it's pretty hard to avoid looking like an iPhone if you want to use thumb/finger sized buttons! That's where the similarities as far as looks end though!

Performance wise it's absolutely brilliant, Android really has come a LONG way, and even the Samsung apps run as smooth as ever!

I'm planning on buying at least three or four more of these phones for mum, dad, grandparents and friends!!!

They're just plain beautiful, only slight 'complaint' I'd have is that in my view it should have a 3000mh battery not a 1500, as if you're using it a lot (which not surprisingly you do tend to as it's such a pleasure to use!) then the battery does tend to not quite last a full work day!! Still, you can easily keep a spare battery in your pocket and just take five or ten seconds to swap it!

Well done Samsung!

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