For today's round up of available gadgets, we've got two new phones and a sleek netbook. T-Mobile hits us twice with the highly anticipated MyTouch and a trackball-less Blackberry, while Asus began shipping out a new large screen Seashell.

• To many people's delight, T-Mobile launched their MyTouch 3G into stores today. If you got a chance to preorder one, let us know what you think when you receive yours. If you're not sure if you should get one, think about what Jason said in his review: "it's essentially better than the G1 in every way. It's lighter, faster, better and supposedly lasts longer on a charge." You can buy them online and in-store for $199.99 with a 2 years service contract. [Buisinesswire]

• T-Mobile also released their Blackberry Curve 8520 today. If you've been waiting to get your hands on an entry level Blackberry without the "gunk-loving" trackball, here's your chance. They're going for $130 at T-Mobile stores or you can pick one up for only $50 at Walmart. [BGR]


• Asus is finally shipping their Eee PC 1101HA. With an 11.6-inch screen (WXGA 1,366 x 768), it is one of their larger netbooks. It features an Atom Z520 processor, 1GB of RAM, GMA 500 integrated graphics, a 160GB hard drive, three USB 2.0 sockets, a 1.3 megapixel camera, WiFi, Ethernet, Bluetooth, and boasts 11 hours of battery life (basically the same hardware Mark reviewed). You can order one online for $430. [Engadget]