In order, there is the G910, G710, and G450. Sure, the 910 and 710 have keyboards which clearly mean they are smartphones, and thus interesting, but I kind of like the 450 the most out of all of them.
The G910 has an 800×480 screen, Windows Mobile 6.0 Pro, GSM/EDGE, GPS, and a 2MP camera and should be available in Europe sometime in April for 600 euros. The G710 is more of the same but with a different form factor, a lower res screen, and it has quad-band GSM instead of the Tri-Band of the G910, oh, and it’s also have the price of the G910.
The G450 on the other hand is a USB HSDPA modem that just so happens to have a couple number pads and a screen barely big enough to dial a number, with a 96×39 resolution OLED screen, so it’s a USB WWAN modem that you just so happen to be able to make calls with if you were ever to need to. The G450 is a bit steep though at 200 euros, it had better come with free service or something for such a basic device and such a high price.
Three impending phone-like devices from Toshiba [via crunchgear]