NICE!, T-Mobile Dash is one of PC World's "The 20 Most Innovative Products of the Year" amidst others such as Office 2007, Dell XPS2010 and the Nintendo Wii. Here's what PC World has to say:
The slim Motorola Q brought a usable QWERTY keyboard to Windows Mobile smart phones--and then the T-Mobile Dash came along and got the rest of the package right. Combining a stylish, superthin design with sculpted keys that correct the deficiencies we found on the Q, and offering both cellular service and integrated wireless capabilities, the Dash makes a great impression. You also get a 1.3-megapixel camera and a miniSD slot for expansion in this 4.2-ounce handset, and it's an affordable $250 with a two-year contract. Our minor pet peeves: The device's software bundle isn't as robust as that of some of its competitors, and its built-in user-accessible memory is a paltry 23MB.
You can read the rest of the list here: http://www.pcworld.com/article/id,128176-page,4-c,electronics/article.html
Notice how that picture's JOGGR is replaced with what looks like buttons?