You sir, is that really a PDA? It's so small!
Huge big gadgets always make an impact at trade shows, but let's not overlook the small and quaint devices - of which CeBIT has thousands.
Hot on ASUS' stand today was its P320 Windows Mobile handset. This small-but-sleek handset features Windows Mobile 6 and claims to be the "smallest Windows Mobile GPS PDA phone".
The device measures just 99 x 55 x 13.35mm and weighs only 105g, that's pretty light considering this is a GPRS packing, Wi-Fi handset with a 2.6-inch LCD touch screen.
The device, seen before but only now official, takes ASUS on a new path. Its usual business-orientated handsets will soon have a consumer-orientated partner when the P320 launches in June 2008 at a retail price of approximately €400.
The handset's other features include a 2.0 mega-pixel camera, complete with auto focus. Four hours of talk time, 128MBs of Flash memory and Bluetooth. Whilst using the device however, it felt a bit too small. In an odd sort of way, you come to expect a big chunky handset to tap with the stylus. Still, the size-conscious should have no trouble getting accustomed to it.