A quick blog from the Galaxy Tab

Posted on 18 October 2010, Last updated on 18 October 2010 by

There’s only omen way to test the on-screen-keyboard on the Galaxy Tab and that’s to use it!

Im currently lying down with the Galaxy Tab in portrait mode, a small amount of haptic applied to the keyboard and I’ve enabled error correction and word prediction. It’s working amazingly well.

The weight is good in portrait Moses and i guess im running at about 60%of my normal typing speed. Numeric slow the process down though.

I’ve tried Swype but can’t really get over the learning curve needed there. To be honest, with this keyboard working so well why would i need another?

Oh and to time the post im recording this on video. It will be the most boring video I’ve ever published!

Update: It took 6 minutes to write the text and another 5 minutes to correct and post.

Update: Auto-correction errors left in the post.

Update: Video of the post being made on the Galaxy Tab. (Be warned, this is boring!)

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