The recently concluded CeBIT 2008 event at Germany saw BenQ take the opportunity to parade its new 4.8" mobile Internet device at Intel's booth, bringing a handheld Internet-capable gadget that is powered by Intel's new Atom platform (also known as Silverthorne in the past). The machine was
powered by Linux OS, and this BenQ offering also comes with WiFi and HSDPA connectivity, VoIP capability and GPS navigation. Do we really need another device that is able to surf the Internet whenever you feel like it and wherever you are? My answer is a resounding yes - just make sure you're on
an unlimited data plan if you want to hit the World Wide Web using HSDPA.