Asus already has a full stable of Windows Mobile phones, but this flip-open QWERTY-enabled candybar seems like one we can get behind. Not only does it have a screen underneath for typing (in addition to the outside screen), it's powered by a 520MHz CPU, has Tri-band GSM, 3G, 256MB ROM and 128MB RAM, not to mention Wi-fi and Bluetooth. As long as that keyboard underneath feels as good as it looks, this could be a killer communicator.
I like the look, but there appears to be a lost of wasted real estate on either side of the internal screen. I am not saying every inch has to be jammed with stickers or screen, but at least make it look like you intended to have that design layout, and didn't just run out of bigger screens.