By Brandon Miniman | February 20, 2006 9:02 AM
There are a lot of text entry tools designed to make your “screen pecking” on the on-screen keyboard a bit more efficient. TenGO is one of them, which we reviewed when it was in version 1.22. Version 2.0 builds on the previous version’s feature set by adding full WM 5.0 support, a new look, a built in tutorial, and many other new additions
Though I myself don’t use TenGO, the upgrades seem compelling enough to get me to at least try it.
For a good look at the potential speed that you could achieve with this input method, check out the video from the TenGO website. The software is available in a thumb and regular entry versions. Click here to check out the new website and for more product information.