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Discussion in 'General Discussions' started by NoKz, Feb 25, 2010.
mines flat = mines gay!
Mine is flat as well but I don't use it anyways so I don't mind. I used it a lot before I got swype but not anymore.
ya i use swype now so i dont use mines anymore either
I think I'm a little late to this, but whatever. 44/09 droid, raised keys and home marks on F and J keys. Having problems with my touchscreen, hoping my refurb is the model like this one. I think the flatter keys would drive me nuts.
I have had 5 Droids in the last 3 months and they have all been flat, a coworker of mine has raised keys
5 in the last 3, and ALL flat? Sounds like it really is a crapshoot when it comes to what you're gonna get.
Yeah, originally purchased my droid in January and had 4 refurb replacements since then. All flat
"What? There's a keyboard on the Droid??" hehe
I don't care if it's raised or flat. I'll type circles around you with Swype, and only use 1 hand.
Only use for the physical keyboard is booting to recovery and Nesoid.
I had no idea there were some that were flatter! :icon_eek:Mine says 39/09, I got mine the first morning when they opened. Mine are kinda bubbled as well. Thats so weird. NO wonder I thought the "keyboard blows" talk was a little out of porportion. I came from an Env Touch, so they keyboard took a bit of getting used to, but I love it.
hey guys, I think I have an accurate theory regarding the "raised" keys. Ive had two droids so far, and both HAD flat keys. I have noticed that the more Ive used them, the more raised they've become.
Some people nearly never use their physical keyboard. You'll notice that their keys will most surely stay flat. But once you start primarily using it you should notice them "evolving" into nicely rounded shape that allows for faster performance.
Droid continues to amaze
my keyboard is flat. no raised keys.