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Have a "g" with Tmo, tried out a friend's "c" with Cing, I think the buttons on the keyboard have better delineation and feel, which seemed easier to type more accurately with the letter you need. Also, the "c" seemed a bit thinner than the "g". Am thinking of getting an unlocked "c" to use on Tmo. Any opinions out there?
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Maybe, but the 8700g is prettier.
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Yeah I agree the 8700c keypad is easier to type on than the 8700g. I do remain in my stance that the g is better looking than the c over all.
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Yeah I agree the 8700c keypad is easier to type on than the 8700g. I do remain in my stance that the g is better looking than the c over all.
so just got an 8700g for my tmo number...is it pretty much assumed that all of the 8700g keyboards are wobby? i.e move around a tiny bit within the casing.
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