[clug] EeePC 1000 coming..
grail at goldweb.com.au
Mon Jan 12 03:02:41 GMT 2009
On 12/01/2009, at 11:32 , Ben wrote:
> Looks sweet, but I think I'd prefer real keys - although maybe not.
> certainly take a bit of getting used to.
From experience using the iPhone, you won't miss keys and keypresses
so much as you'll miss the little bumps on the home keys, and the
little tactile hints that "there's a key here". Other than that,
touching a glass screen to interact with the computer is only hobbled
by the UI design.
Like most novel input devices (Dvorak keyboard, Nostromo SpeedPad, for
example) it should only take you a couple of weeks to get used to it,
after which you'll be able to hold your nose a little higher as the
great unwashed masses complain about how your preferred input device
can't possibly work...
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