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keyboard

a typewriter-style COMPUTER data input device.
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In the list above, the two italicised words can also be typed on the top row (QWERTYUIOP) of the QWERTY keyboard.
The new keyboard design is suitable for integration with all mobile and non-mobile devices currently using the standard QWERTY keyboard design.
Dr Per Ola Kristensson, from St Andrews University, said traditional Qwerty keyboards had trapped users in "suboptimal text entry interfaces".
Lambie is targeting developing countries, such as India and the Philippines, where people have not grown up with QWERTY keyboards in their homes, but are buying up smartphones that have been made in countries such as China on the cheap.
With the combination of both a touchscreen and full QWERTY keyboard, Motorola EX119 users can choose their preferred input method to enhance work efficiency, keep in touch with friends and family, and carry your social network in the palm of your hand.
Christopher Sholes invented the Qwerty keyboard to replace the original alphabetical layout and lessen the chances of the keys jamming.
The Zipit has a full QWERTY keyboard, comes in seven colours, and can handle up to 99 conversations at once - question is, can you?
The dual-mode W-CDMA and GSM/GPRS handset will offer voice, video and packet communications compatible with Wireless LAN and will feature a QWERTY keyboard.
If your needs are too complicated for a mere mouse and qwerty keyboard, you need the Ergodex DX1 input system ($150), a customizable keyboard-like surface where you can arrange buttons and program them to optimize your editing, gaming, music-making, Photoshopping lifestyle.
In addition, the BlackBerry 7290 features 32 MB flash memory and 4 SRAM, a bright LED backlight, as well as an optimized QWERTY keyboard for easy dialing and typing.
It's a full QWERTY keyboard which links with Nokia phones using the Series 60 operating system, which includes the Nokia 7610, which began shipping last month, the 6630 and 6260.
Similar in size to a disposable cigarette lighter, the iBIZ Virtual Keyboard utilizes laser and infrared technology to project a full size QWERTY keyboard image onto any flat surface.