Encrypting mails you send via webmail without having copy your keys on the server sounds like reasonable usecase.
"The Neo 1973 boasts the following hardware specifications
* 2.8" VGA TFT color display
* Touchscreen, usable with stylus or fingers
* 266HZ Samsung System on a Chip (SOC)
* USB 1.1, switchable between Client and Host (unpowered)
* Integrated AGPS
* 2.5G GSM — quad band, voice, CSD, GPRS
* Bluetooth 2.0
* Micro SD slot
* High Quality audio codec
Starting July 9th, we will launch openmoko.com and start taking orders.
We're going to sell the Neo Base for $300. The Neo Advanced will be $450.
Adding features does not necessarily increase functionality -- it just makes the manuals thicker.