The keyboard is $129 and runs over ultra wideband. The cheaper wireless version is in the $80 range. Touch to control volume, change the control pad, and icons that can be mapped to macros of your choice.
So their whole purpose in life is video over a phone, and your "blog" didn't even show that part at all! All I saw was "Android 1.6". Yawn.
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The VPhone won best handset of the year at CES 2010, beating out major handset manufacturers. Chad Sayers, founder of Saygus and total Linux guy, provides mp3Car with a tour of the phone and tells us about how the lowest bandwith video calling software around was developed.