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According to the research team, "two-thumb typing is ergonomically very different" from typing on physical Qwerty keyboards.
The researchers set out to create an alternative to QWERTY that offers substantial performance advantages for users.
Last summer, an amicus brief on the Microsoft consent decree used lock-in arguments, including the QWERTY story, and apparently prompted Judge Stanley Sporkin to refuse to ratify the decree.
Aqua Qwerty is one such product which offers the convenience of both touch and type features for users who are Qwerty lovers but wish to explore the touch experience at the same time.We have stepped into the qwerty keypad smartphone segment after a lot of market research, and we believe that the Aqua Qwerty will be a vehicle of smartphone adoption in the highly untapped segment of women smartphone users in India,also meeting the needs of professionals who want to send error-free texts, without stressing too much on switching the keypad between signs, symbols, numbers and alphabets"
The Qwerty layout was developed in the1800s to optimise
The full touch-screen device is expected to launch first, while the qwerty version will come "shortly after," the company has said.
The radical new design claims many advantages over the standard QWERTY keyboard that we use today.
A full Qwerty keypad is positioned under the 2.6-inch screen, with well-spaced keys that permit maximum ergonomics to ensure precise typing, it added.
a l for sm little model manag slide-out qwerty ke But this tasty little model manages to stash a slide-out qwerty keyboard beneath its 2.55-inch QVGA touchscreen.
According to the company, the Nokia E73 Mode is a Wi-Fi calling enabled smartphone with a full QWERTY keyboard.
The new LG-GW620 features a 3-inch full touch-screen and slide out QWERTY keypad to meet the growing needs of consumers who rely on their mobile phones for more than just making calls.
The HTC Touch Pro for Sprint features a five-row, slide-out QWERTY keyboard for data entry, expandable storage capabilities with a microSD card slot (1 GB card included) and a business card scanner application to capture and convert business card information to the contact list using the built-in 3.2 MP camera/camcorder.
It comes with a QWERTY keyboard, Tri-Band UMTS/HSDPA, Quad-Band GSM/GPRS/EDGE, Bluetooth 2.0, Wi-Fi, a 5" VGA touch display, 8GB hard drive, 256MB ROM, 128MB RAM, miniSD card slot, 3.5mm stereo audio jack and HTC VueFLO.
Now that smartphones are jam-packed with features such as MP3 players, QWERTY keypads, video and still cameras, and e-mail, it's tough to imagine what they could be lacking.