Re: [NTLK] Pepper Linux OS and the Einstein project

From: dotline7 <>
Date: Thu Oct 25 2007 - 10:48:14 EDT

I saw photo of the PaperPad. No offence but where from comes idea of
dividing keyboard in 2 parts, left and right. We all, in fact, have brain
containing 2 halves but still it is impossible for me to follow, with my
right eye and left halve of my brain, the movements of my right thumb when
in the same time follow my left thumb with my left eye and the other halve
of my brain. What about following the screen? I think I have to practice

On 10/25/07 9:21 AM, "Joshua Cearley" <> wrote:

> I don't own a Pepperpad or an N770/N800/N830, but I've looked at them
> both quite a bit. To my knowledge, the pepper pad has a faster
> processor than the web tablets and also has a couple more media center
> extensions (like TV out, an IR setup to use as a TV remote) and it
> also has a split keyboard so you can type with your thumbs while
> holding the device and looking down at the screen. The nokia web
> tablets [to my knowledge] have a slower processor in them and do not
> have the keyboard, though Nokia added it in the new version that's
> coming out soon.

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