« Case study: T-Mobile Dash/HTC Excalibur | Main | Case Study: BlackBerry Pearl 8100 »

January 04, 2007


Bill Pena

You're right, it may be a generational thing; I've never owned a QWERTY keyboard phone, and I think at this point it would be a hindrance.

I've had my Blackberry Pearl for about 3 weeks now, and I've gotten really fast at typing with it. I think nothing of replying to email using the Suretype keyboard at this point. And, I think the Pearl cuts down on errors, believe it or not, because of the Auto-Correct feature; it can save you from all the common misspellings (teh/the, etc.) so you don't have to think about them, which just frees you up to type.

The comments to this entry are closed.

Web resources