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    Unreal: http://crackberry.com/ryan-seacrest-...kberry-instead

    Bummer that it covers the button. But... wow. Extra points for the f'ugly backside.
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    Wow pricey!

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    would be nice to have it for the nexus 5....
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    Quote Originally Posted by ananimus View Post
    Bummer that it covers the button.
    Looks like that little button in the lower right corner is the center button. Good placement probably.

    No doubt in a few years Apple will release an iPhone with a physical keyboard, and they'll be hailed for bold innovation. Any other phone with a physical keyboard will be declared an imitator, knock-off, or infringer of some patent they'll somehow manage to get.
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnsonx42 View Post
    Looks like that little button in the lower right corner is the center button. Good placement probably.

    No doubt in a few years Apple will release an iPhone with a physical keyboard, and they'll be hailed for bold innovation. Any other phone with a physical keyboard will be declared an imitator, knock-off, or infringer of some patent they'll somehow manage to get.
    I'm pretty sure that won't happen.

    PS: The keyboard is not attractive. Can't see it performing well on the market.
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    Quote Originally Posted by i2y4n View Post
    I'm pretty sure that won't happen.

    PS: The keyboard is not attractive. Can't see it performing well on the market.
    Doesn't look bad up front, but oh that back... I didn't realize at first that the gaping slot in the back is for port access. Necessary I guess. Makes it look kind of wretched though. Wonder how comfortable it is to type on.

    Plus battery powered with connection by BT. Suspicious about how many charging cycles that 180 mAh battery will get. Longevity's not so good on dinky batts.

    Neat idea anyway. Can't imagine it's the first.
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    that's actually a good idea

    hmm, i'd try it if i could
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    For $50 I could just buy a Q10. I guess it all depends on what you like. I would like to pick up a Q10 off contract if I can find one cheap enough.

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    I'll probably get me a Q10. It seems like a great Treo 680 upgrade complete with many Palm innovations like "Just Type" but re-branded as "Instant Action" (or something like that) ..

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