Helio threw down the gaunlet this week with the introduction of the Drift. Sure, you can get a ton of work done with the Treo and Motorola Q, but you can't work all the time, and the folks at Helio know it.
Thanks to the new Drift, gone are the days of standing in front of a random bar, trying to coordinate your friends coming to meet you from different directions. Using the Buddy Beacon program built into the device, satellites will pinpoint your Helio Drift-toting friends on a Google map and display their position right on your phone.
The GPS-enabled Google map software isn't just for playing a sweet game of drunken hide and seek, it can also be used for real-time traffic reports, step-by-step directions to the location of your choice, and satellite imagery for a bird's eye view of a desired location.
The Drift is rounded out with high speed 3G network support, Bluetooth, 2.0 megapixel camera, mp3 player and mpeg support for VOD and videos you made of yourself during your last pub crawl. Combine all that with Helio's MySpace support and you have yourself the best party mobile device money can buy.