Thread: 8700 or 8100
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Old 01-28-2007, 06:25 PM   #16
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Join Date: Apr 2006
Model: 8700G
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Originally Posted by Beef
I dumped my SureType unit because it was driving me nuts. It seemed to confuse the silliest words (it would type "tea" instead of "yes", "hey" instead of "get", etc).

In my opinion, the x100 models (8100, 7100) are for prosumers, and the x700 models are for power users who really want an effective messaging tool.
Very well stated!

Unless you're using email as a quasi - text/sms messaging service [meaning: keeping messages very short and casual in content], a full QWERTY is a necessity. If your emails are a matter of company record and are necessary for documentation purposes, again, full QWERTY is the only realistic option.