We've rounded up the 15 most highly anticipated mobile technologies set to appear later this year.
Garmin Nuvifone A50
The Android-based A50 includes Garmin navigation software with turn-by-turn voice directions for walking or driving.
Because the maps are stored on the device, you can navigate even while roaming out of the country or if you lose your signal.
The A50 has a crisp, bright 3.5in HVGA capacitive touchscreen (perfect for map reading), a touch qwerty keyboard, a 3Mp camera with geotagging, and 4GB of memory, as well as an expandable microSD slot.
The nuvifone A50 will be available in Europe in the first half of 2010, but pricing has not yet been announced.
HP Compaq AirLife 100
The HP Compaq AirLife 100 melds smartphone technology with netbook usability. Powered by a 1GHz Snapdragon processor, this super-portable smartbook boasts a 10.1in AMOLED touchscreen, an almost full-size keyboard, and version 1.6 of the Android OS.
It also has 3G, Wi-Fi, and GPS connectivity, as well as a front-facing 0.3Mp VGA webcam.
I had some hands-on time with the AirLife at the show and was impressed by its ease of use and responsiveness.
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