I can’t exactly say that I stand corrected because I never explicitly stated that the Inbrics M1 would not be found at CES. I just pointed out that one of the company’s promotional videos seemed to be intentionally vague and ambiguous about the most fundamental aspects of their QWERTY-packing Android slider.
While I didn’t get a chance to go hands on with the M1 last week in Vegas, I am glad to report that Engadget did get an up-close look at the device, which features a 3.7″ WVGA AMOLED display, 3 MP, a secondary VGA camera, and 16 Gigs of internal storage. Check it out in the video below. Nifty dock Inbrics has on the home screen there.