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Lambie had been working on the alternative to what he calls the 'dysfunctional' QWERTY keyboard over 25 years ago.
That said, the N95 lacks a qwerty keyboard and is lousy for e-mailing and text messaging.
The QWERTY keyboard is designed for ten fingers not one stylus or finger.
The result of these efforts is the common QWERTY keyboard (named for the letters in the upper left hand row).
NEW YORK -- Snapkeys, the inventor of 2i technology, the invisible keyboard, a revolutionary answer to the cumbersome QWERTY keyboard for mobile devices, has released "World Record" on both the Android Marketplace and Apple's App Store.
The layout is essentially identical to the QWERTY keyboard, so users won't have to search for keys, and its software is compatible with other portable keyboards and handheld accessories.
A second model, the Treo 180g, trades the QWERTY keyboard for Graffiti text input.
The E75 also provides users with both a full QWERTY keyboard and a 12-key ABC keypad, which participants found useful.