Nokia N900 Keyboard Gets Compared to the HTC HD2

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The Linux-Maemo OS Nokia N900‘s keyboard got compared to the HTC HD2 and SlashGear finds that the on-screen software keyboard does a better job than most hardware keyboards on the market today. In part, this is due to the HTC HD’s large capacitive touchscreen. However, as I found in my keyboard comparison with some HTC devices, HTC also implements a great auto-correction and predictive input mechanism making the on-screen keyboard great to use.

According to SlashGear, “Even in the short time we’ve had the HD2, we’re already faster at typing on it in than we are with most hardware keyboards on smartphones.” This should be welcomed news for those who are anxiously, eagerly, and impatiently awaiting for the HTC HD2 to hit the market.

(via: SlashGear)

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