Sony Ericsson's M600 QWERTY keypad rocks

Marc Perton
M. Perton|02.15.06

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Marc Perton
February 15th, 2006
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Sony Ericsson's M600 QWERTY keypad rocks

With its 2.6-inch 240x320 touchscreen display,  Bluetooth with A2DP stereo support, 80MB of internal memory, BlackBerry Connect and Memory Stick Micro slot, there's a lot to like about the Sony Ericsson M600 (well, OK, maybe we're not too crazy about the Memory Stick Micro slot). And it turns out there's one more thing to like about it: the keypad. While it has two letters per key, it functions as a full QWERTY keypad, rather than as a predictive-text input system, a la the BlackBerry 7100. The keys are actually slightly concave rockers, meaning each one is capable of two characters. Rock the 1 to the left, and it's an E; to the right, it's an R. Word out of 3GSM is that it's actually pretty usable, though we imagine the big-fingered among us may still have some problems missives any longer than an address-book entry.
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