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Qwerty for cell phones.


The folks at Eatoni (sounds like a pizza place, don’t it?) have come up with  the EQ3 QWERTY key pad for mobile phones. At the moment only available for free for the Nokia 668x range of phones if you buy their EQ3 Mail software for $13.50. Does this kind of product make sense? Bearing in mind that T9 predictive text is very very fast in most circumstances? Mmm…

 There is no need to buy a smart phone with a full qwerty keyboard if you have EQ3. EQ3 transforms any phone with a regular keypad into a smart phone, by squeezing a qwerty keyboard onto a regular mobile phone keypad. Eatoni does this compression very carefully to get the maximum value out of each of your keystrokes. The result is a huge improvement over the old-fashioned predictive text systems you’re used to.

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