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  1. Old_Cus's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by power5 View Post
    Not sure how that would work. Surface is big and needs to be set on a table to use the keyboard. How would that work with a phone? Not many people use their phone while its sitting on their desk in a cradle. Well not for more than basically skipping songs.

    Rather see an actual working laser kb.
    How about a BT keyboard thats doubles as a cover and fastens magnetly? We used to have flip phones that were horizontal. I'd like to see something like that, just detachable.
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    I have gone back and forth on physical keyboards. I really hated to see them go and wanted them back, but I think I have gotten faster typing on a virtual keyboard than I ever would having to physically press down on a key. My intent was to include a slideout keyboard in my wish design, but with the trend of making phones as thin as possible, I dont think they are comming back.

    However, a bluetooth cover keyboard that can support the phone when it is opened is a really idea. I would get that accessory. It seems every 3-4 months something new is announced or on the market. I had to update my dream phone..


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    A 5.5-inch 8x with more storage. That's all I've ever wanted.
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