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>Whether we’ll ever type as much on the iPad as on a PC, it seems obvious to me that some refinement is needed in managing how ‘touchable’ the iPad’s screen is while entering text.

Odd. I don't find this at all. I type a great deal in the Notes application and I find I'm nearly as fast on the screen as a real keyboard. Of course this is only possible because the iPad manages to correct most of my "fingers walking all over the screen" mistakes. I really didn't expect it to be as good as it has been and figured the lack of typing feedback would be a huge problem.




I hate to just say "me too", but, me too.

I've found I can really crank along on my iPads keyboard (in landscape mode) and can touch-type almost as efficiently as on a real keyboard. Overall I'd probably say I have no realistic complaints or suggestions in regards to the iPad soft keyboard.

The portrait mode is a touch cramped, IMO, but still very usable.

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Yea, I should have mentioned that this is only the case in landscape. I don't bother trying with portrait, it's definitely too cramped as you say.

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