The actual happening Consumer Electronics Show, short CES, simply overwhelms with several astonishing renewals and innovations. In the fiercely contested mobile phone fray, the Palm Pre is definitely at the run to the throne. Especially its uncluttered and smooth appearance convinces all along the line, even with a highly disputed slider joint. Coupled with an new CPU of the House TI, the phone is told to offer a tabbing-style application management with even simultaneous working apps. Alongside the curvy and undeniable elegant 3.1-inch touchscreen and the handy full QWERTY unit comes a 3mp camera, GPS, Bluetooth, 3,5mm jack and microUSB plugs, Palm’s much-anticipated webOS platform which strives to further connect user and net, and of course the ability to use wireless networks and an innovative wireless recharger ability.