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Re: Gadget Ogling: Wrist-Saving Keyboards, Resource-Saving Smartphones and New Angles on Reality
Posted by XB70 on 2015-06-21 16:09:22
In reply to Kris Holt
This seems like an appropriate venue to raise my complaint. Why do no portable devices capable of two-handed touch typing (w/out an external keyboard), for example tablets w/ virtual keyboards, or laptops, or hybrids, have full cell phone functionality--VOICE and data, built in? Sure you can get cell data access, but no voice. I am waiting for a "smartphone" which allows two-handed touch typing, on the device. I know, don't hold your breath for waiting for your "12-inch cell phone."




 * Topic  Author  Date
Re: Gadget Ogling: Wrist-Saving Keyboards, Resource-Saving Smartphones and New Angles on Reality  Kris Holt  2015-06-20 14:52:50
Re: Gadget Ogling: Wrist-Saving Keyboards, Resource-Saving Smartphones and New Angles on Reality  XB70  2015-06-21 16:09:22
Re: Gadget Ogling: Wrist-Saving Keyboards, Resource-Saving Smartphones and New Angles on Reality  josephmartins  2015-06-20 15:13:31
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