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  • And the keypad's tiny nubs aggravate even the most petite-thumbed.

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  • The keypad's buttons are a little too close together unlike the 9700's so typing will take a bit of getting used to.

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  • The full QWERTY keypad's raised keys make typing as easy as it can be on a smartphone.


  • The keypad's bottom-left button shows which network is being used for calls; the iPhone can use cell networks and 3G in addition to Wi-Fi. Handheld News and Reviews

  • The Times' sources claim that at least one of the upcoming tablets - from Samsung - will boast a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, with the standard Windows 7 desktop when the keypad's out, and a "layered" touch interface when the QWERTY's stowed and the slate's in "portrait" mode.

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  • Apart from selecting either 12 or 16 keys, the customer can choose the material from which the keypad is made (plastic or metal); the keypad colour (black, white or silver); the key description (numeric or alphanumeric); a version that is resistant to weather conditions; the key actuating force and stroke; the keypad's overall dimensions; the mounting method; and illuminated keypads.

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  • The keypad's on-board memory allows settings to be adjusted to suit an array of functions so the unit can work in an

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  • The keypad's amp is rated at 2x15 watts into 8 ohms and are 4-ohm stable.

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  • For example, the keypad's size is very close to the normal notebook size.


  • By making five the keypad's centre number - as is the standard on most touchscreen mobiles

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