Take a slide-out QWERTY keyboard and add GPS and WiFi, and you have the way-cool Eten glofiish M700 smartphone, the next high-end quad-band GSM/EDGE trinket from the Taiwanese phonemeisters. Satisfy that entertainment jones with its FM radio and take pictures of it all with a 2-megapixel camera, and then store all that on a microSD flash drive.
Although it inherits the GPS and WiFi from its X500 predecessor, it's the first from Eten to have that snazzy sliding QWERTY keyboard. What more could you ask for? Less weight, for one thing, and it's fat, too. This paperweight tips the scales at 5.8 ounces, and although it's only about as long as a 100mm cigarette, its 3/4" thickness could use a bit of Slimfast. Neat-looking phone, though. Maybe we'll see one around here sometime.