While we are on the subject of input, this link is interesting.
When computers become too small to be operated by buttons, how will we
control them? The only option will be to gently bend them, according to
engineers at Sony's Interaction Lab in Tokyo.
picked up off slashdot.org
> On my old N502is, to insert white space all I had to do was
> hit the "mail" button and it would insert a space. *Very* handy
> and easy to do. On my "new" AU A3012CA I have to hit
> "0" then the back key three times before I can insert a space.
> Definitely much more of a pain to do than on my old NEC.
> Does the N504 series not insert a space if you hit the mail
Received on Fri Jun 20 14:37:52 2003