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2-17-2011 @ 7:54PM
I had the exact opposite experience described in the article: I saw the thing, thought "holy nuts that's awesome!" and bought one and then was supremely disappointment at how difficult I found it to get used to and how uncomfortable it was. I gave it to my girlfriend and she absolutely loves the thing.You know what I think would be cool--have the number pad on TOP instead of on the side. I noticed that, unless I used the keyboard to turn (ew), my pinky and ring finger and associated areas of the wrist really got uncomfortable as that side of my hand fought to stablize against my thumb pushing buttons toward them. Thing just didn't work for me. /mourn
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