It looks like the uber-slim Inbrics M1 Android slider took some styling cues from the slim Windows Mobile Toshiba TG01, especially at the sides (in landscape mode) on the Inbrics–the sides resemble the design style of the top and bottom on the TG01.
The device has 16 GB of built-in storage and all the usual connectivity options along with Android 1.5, a useable hardware keyboard, and a pleasant Android skin/theme. It also uses an 800 MHz Samsung processor, like the Sprint Samsung Moment, which debuted in October at CTIA. It looks like between all the various Android sliders, the Inbrics M1 is the thinnest of them all, and Engadget seemed to like the device.
According to Engadget, “the most interesting part is what they’re doing with video calling and beaming media from handset to videophone to TV to laptop over DLNA or through an access point device that plugs into the TV over HDMI.”
Looks like Inbrics is looking to get some carriers to bring the M1 to the market.