[NTLK] Two part question

robinson pereira gaudo1196 at gmail.com
Wed Feb 3 08:11:27 EST 2010

It is an old discussion.
HWR is very fast. If the HWR that Apple create on 1993 for Newton had a
continuous developement, imagina how fast it should be on an iPad with
I have a 2007´s Raon Everun running Pen Office and it is as fast as my
1997´s Newton MP2000.
And another issue: nobody can type on a keyboard without make mistakes.
Everytime you have to use the "DEL" key and go back and rewrite.
Besides, you can use HWR and sketch....



2010/2/3 Jim Lee <jimlee at centurytel.net>

> IMO, HWR input is very fast.  The key is to just continue writing -
> don't wait for the Newton to transform each word as you write it.
> I also have a couple of Newton keyboards, but rarely use them.
> -Jim
> On Feb 2, 2010, at 11:11 PM, Jeremy O'Brien wrote:
> > 1. I hear about a lot of people using their MP2x00's for note-taking
> > of
> > various sorts. Is it safe to assume that all of you use the external
> > newton keyboard? HWR is nice, but it isn't exactly the fastest input
> > method around...
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Robinson Pereira

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