It's been a long, long time since Emblaze Mobile and ACCESS engaged in holy cellphone matrimony
, and the fruit of that relationship is finally coming to bear. It's called ELSE INTUTION, a Linux-based mobile platform that comes with such a hyperbolic press release that we can't help but think every other mobile manufacturer should just pack up and go home. It's said to match the functionality of "top ranked MP3 players, best-in-class GPS devices, and more, while maintaining an exceptional ease and simplicity of use." Golly. At this point we only have a few images to go by, and though they do look plenty nice, we wouldn't consider our minds blown just yet -- particularly those of us with a left-handed bias. Remember, ACCESS is the company that turned Palm OS into Garnet OS
and then failed to win anyone over with its Access Linux Platform
, so what could go wrong here? What's it going to be, readers: WebOS
Another right-handed pic (ironically taken on an iPhone) added after the break.