Excerpt: The Taiwanese company E-Ten, a not so important Asian mobile manufacturer, has announced the G500+ in the second quarter of this year. The device wanted to be an updated version of the earlier G500 Pocket PC, featuring more internal memory (256 MB), and FM radio. Having a limited model line-up, determined E-Ten to produce only strong and reliable devices.
Pros: The device is good looking and it makes a great choice for those who need a PDA, phone and GPS, all in one single device. The GPS receiver is excellent, and the add of more internal memory allows users to think twice before buying a miniSD card for memory expansion. The 1440 mAh Lithium Ion lasts about 2 to 3 days on a charge (no GPS use), which is pretty good. The simplicity of the device can only be equaled by its fast working processor.
Cons: Probably, the most obvious would be the lack of WiFi for such a new device. But that wouldn't be such a tragedy, unless the device lacks also EDGE or UMTS. Only with GPRS connectivity, the device will just reach data speeds of 30kb the max. Other than that, no bad things about this one.