SurePress technology. RIM has attempted to really give BlackBerry owners a touchscreen alternative without feeling frustrated by their keyboard.
By giving tactile feedback, you understand the timing for typing, and once you get rhythm, you get rhyme speed.
Its implementation works rather well for menu selections, the dialpad (it’s honestly fun to type numbers), and as mentioned, the media player.
Typing, even on a gigantic landscape keyboard, just doesn’t feel right. Because once you gain speed, you instantly hit an error due to the touchscreen not being able to recognize another finger while the button is being depressed.
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