When Toshiba announce their e800/e400 series, they touted these as devices made for VoIP. In their press releases wasn't clear how that could be - simply download and install a SIP phone software to any wi-fi enabled Pocket PC and that too is able to do VoIP.
It's now revealed that Toshiba is bundling VLI PocketGphone Wireless VoIP Software with these PDAs. Combined with VLI's service GphoneOnline.com, the Toshiba e800/805 becomes a device that can make calls from public hotspots and Wi-Fi environments worldwide.
VLI has announced the bundling of their Gphone Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) telephony software with Toshiba's e800/805 Series Pocket PC handhelds. Gphone adds the ability to place phone calls over IEEE 802.11 (Wi-Fi) wireless LANs reducing costs and adding convenience.