Last time we touched base with the g-Smart i120, the Windows Mobile 5 candybar was making waves
over at Taiwan's Computex shindig; this time around, the news is of a slightly more official nature, with Gigabyte triumphantly announcing the TV-friendly Pocket PC in a press release. Though we'd have to put that tricky keypad through its paces ourselves before signing off on its goodness, the specs don't lie: you get a 2.1 megapixel cam, 256MB of ROM with miniSD expansion, Bluetooth, FM radio, 64MB of RAM, 802.11b / g (for when the GPRS data speeds don't quite cut it) -- and perhaps most notably, a TV tuner capable of pulling in NTSC, PAL, and SECAM with recording capability. As is too often the case, North America is left in the lurch without GSM 850 (come on
, Gigabyte!) but we're counting on our global readers to let us know how that offset keypad pans out, y'hear?