Conclusion: Although Acer seems to have produced a slightly disappointing phone in many ways, it was never destined to be a high-flying, cutting-edge, do-it-all device. It is a budget smartphone and it certainly feels like one, but for the price, you’d be hard pressed to find a better alternative. If you have the cash, I would recommend something along the lines of the HTC Touch Pro2, as it’s generally better in every way, but at the cost of added bulk.
Excerpt: The P300 certainly looks the business, with a polished body and a solid build. Despite some improvements to the Windows interface, some of the menu setting are still fiddly, and the touch-screen doesn’t really work effectively unless you use the stylus.
Summary: As a swansong for Microsoft's Windows Mobile 6.5 operating system, the Acer neoTouch P300 isn't particularly impressive, despite its robust construction and eminently useable slide-out keyboard
Pros: Slide-out Qwerty keyboard, Solid design, Microsoft Exchange support
Cons: Slow CPU and operating system, Windows Mobile 6.5 is a mess, Weak battery, Resistive touchscreen
Excerpt: L’ Acer neoTouch P300 è uno smartphone consumer ideale per chi necessita di combinare vita privata e vita professionale. La sua particolarità è quella di essere provvisto sia di una tastiera qwerty a scomparsa sia un display touchscreen, da 3,2 pollici, con una risoluzione di 240x400 pixel e da 65 mila colori, in modo da offrire diversi metodi di utilizzo.