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Seems to me that's all it would be good for. Unless you have all the character strokes memorized, the cheat sheet takes up almost the whole screen (Palms had them on the unfolding flap of the case) and isn't it easier and quicker to just press a button than draw out the lines?
Well, i bet you would really only use letter styles that you always use when writing. its just really so it can recognize your messy hand writing kind of app.
Oh boy, we can write in Martian. Release the doves.
Once Newton Handwriting Recognition comes to any of these devices, drop me a memo. It's a little wearying, carrying both my MP2100 and iPod Touch.
"I didn't cry when Bambi's mother was shot... but I cried when HAL was turned off."
Typing is faster than writing... so I would still rather type.
But this seems like a nice alternative. Especially if your on screen keyboard is pretty horrible.
Using Graffiti on my D704 and it actually rocks - way faster and easier than hunt/peck on the onscreen keyboard, and it took me less than two days of using it to get up to speed. (Hint to the "cheat sheet" hater: print one from off the Internet at a size that'll fit behind your device, after the second day you'll only be looking at it for rare punctuation.)
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