There were several hands-on reports from Mobile World Congress 2009 on the Garmin-ASUS nuvifone G60. It was generally well received along with some uncertainty about it being a must-have product. With GPS built into everything from phones to cameras it's no wonder that Garmin was feeling a little nervous about the stand-alone GPS market. Teaming up with Asus they built an impressive phone with large attractive buttons on the screen (almost no buttons on the phone itself) and enough information management functions i.e. calendar, contacts, media player to make it feel like a phone. Whether or not consumers feel a need for this device remains a big question.