The Toshiba G450 is an odd conglomeration of different functions merged into a silver candy bar shell. It's not just a memory stick, or a memory stick / MP3 player, or a memory stick / MP3 player with built-in tri-band GSM cell phone. It's all of those things secondary, while primarily being an HSDPA USB modem capable of dropping back down to EDGE if 3G isn't available. That's a lot of gadget for £140, even if its usability as a memory stick or MP3 player is severely gimped by a measly 160MB of memory. Still, Gadget Lab's Charlie Sorrel defines the G450 best and puts it all in perspective: "a modem with benefits." Yeah.