What is a multi-touch keyboard?

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    How does it differ from the stock keyboard shipped with other Droid phones? How exactly is it MT? Please explain
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    means you can press two keys at once and both will register as input...the stock droid if you press two keys at once only one will register.
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    It's a marketing scheme, don't stress it. All it means is that it can deal with two inputs at once (which all properly coded capacitive screens can).
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    and yeah its a marketing scheme...who really tries to press two keys simultaneously?
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    What? It's not a marketing scheme.. not by a long shot.

    You can type faster on multi touch keyboards because your 2nd finger doesn't have to wait for the 1st finger to fully release a key press for its touch to register.
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    i've tried both and really never noticed a difference in speed...but i guess for some people it works
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