Originally Posted by Mark Rejhon
However, other people have complained about the lower quality of the keys, and cannot type remotely nearly as fast.
I found this to be more of an issue with the 7100t with its rubbery keys than on a 7100v.
For me, the experience appears closer to normal thumbtyping than T9. I was never able to learn T9. But I am waiting for the 7290.
Have you managed to play around with a 7100 yet, as i seem to remember your initial impressions were based on air typing weren't they rather than actual useage?