17 posts • joined Monday 14th May 2007 11:23 GMT
Re: Could actually be quite handy
Not true about not knowing someone well enough to know address. Actually, I've faced this problem with some people I know very well and been to their places countless number of times but do not know the postcode. Agreed not difficult to find out, but was just saying it's possible you could know someone without knowing their address.
I tried this over the weekend and absolutely loved it. works quite well as a controller but the advantage of a proper keyboard on text entry screens is simply takes the interaction to a different level.
I noticed a couple of seconds delay sometimes between going to a text field and keyboard opening up on the phone, but overall I'm well impresse.
No mention of VMWare?
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