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Old 05-17-2005, 01:59 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Anyone know of an external keyboard that works with the 7100t?
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No I don't. But if you pardon this stupid question, why would you need one?
Doesn't the keypad work?
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I think it is a dumb question too.... a fellow employee wants the keypad. He doesnt have the phone yet and is a bit worried about the learning curve of the 7100t keypad. I know older RIMs have keypads but have yet to find one for the 7100. Maybe Ill just tell him to quit being a sissy and deal with the 7100 keypad.
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Man, I don't even look when I type anymore. After just a month, I would say I have 98.5% recognition. With about 100 email responses a day, I can live with that. Plus, I find that IM sessions (RAMBLE!!!) are an excellent way to train the device. I usually have less errors that the other conversation! Of course, YMMV, I think I'm an addict.
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There are no external keyboard at this time for the 7100.
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a fellow employee wants the keypad. He doesnt have the phone yet and is a bit worried about the learning curve of the 7100t keypad.
My buddy has the 7100t and really it only took him about 3-4 days to feel comfortable with the keypad layout, now that he has had it a few months he is hammering messages out like nothing. As with anything, the length of the learning curve is in direct correlation with the amount of time spent practicing.
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