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Plus Partners: Welcome Xrgomics / TenGo!

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I would like to welcome Xrgomics and Tengo to our 'Plus Partners' program!

In their own words...

About Us

Xrgomics is a privately held startup, founded in Dec 2002, specializing in human interface technology and interaction solutions.

TenGO input technology is the brainchild of Xrgomics. TenGO is an award winning and patent pending text-inputting solution developed primarily for mobile applications. Unlike other current text inputting solutions, TenGO is device agnostic and can be applied to various mobile applications such as PDAs/Pocket PCs, Wearable Computers, Assistive Devices, Web TV and Special Communicators. We believe TenGO will make text inputting on mobile devices simple, easy and fluid, fundamentally changing the way we work, communicate, and play.

Besides TenGO, Xrgomics is also into applied research and development, innovating next generation human input and interaction technology which befit our networked lifestyle vision.

Our Vision

Xrgomics’ vision lies in the fully networked world with mobility and communication being the crux of that vision. We believe that one of the keys for mobility applications to proliferate and be more useful, if not indispensable, would be to improve the usability of much of the existing devices especially in core and fundamental functions like text inputting.

I've been a fan of the TenGo input method for a while, and i'm delighted to have Xrgomics and TenGo on board!

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With the removal of 'Phone Pad' (T9) from the HTC Hermes based devices, there couldn't be a better time for this partnership to commence! You remember how impressed you were when you found you could type with only the 9 main buttons on the phone keypad? Try doing it with TenGo and SIX! :)

Under the terms of our 'Plus Partnership', MoDaCo Plus members can now benefit from a FREE copy of the fantastic TenGo 2.0 AND TenGo Thumb!

Tengo 2.0 - http://www.tengo.net/tengo_pocketpc.html

Tengo Thumb - http://www.tengo.net/tengo_thumb.html

MoDaCo Plus members, check out your dedicated area for this great benefit ;)

Enjoy!

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Click Here if you would like to learn more about joining MoDaCo Plus!

Would your company like to become a 'Plus Partner'? Click Here to contact us!

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Good timing my demo has just expired :)

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"Under the terms of our 'Plus Partnership', MoDaCo Plus members can now benefit from a FREE copy of the fantastic TenGo 2.0 *or* TenGo Thumb!"

Is that OR or AND?

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"Under the terms of our 'Plus Partnership', MoDaCo Plus members can now benefit from a FREE copy of the fantastic TenGo 2.0 *or* TenGo Thumb!"

is there also a smartphone version?

i couldn't find this info on the site

i'm assuming tengo thumb is the smartphone version, but i have been wrong in the past :)

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"Under the terms of our 'Plus Partnership', MoDaCo Plus members can now benefit from a FREE copy of the fantastic TenGo 2.0 *or* TenGo Thumb!"

Is that OR or AND?

I'm pleased to say AND! :) First post updated...

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is there also a smartphone version?

i couldn't find this info on the site

i'm assuming tengo thumb is the smartphone version, but i have been wrong in the past :)

It's a Pocket PC only app!

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I'm pleased to say AND! :) First post updated...

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I had a feeling it was! Sigh... time to sign up to Plus for the third time! ;)

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I just recently tried both Tengo Free and Thumb on my Blue Angel and found they dont really work too well with thumbs, very hard to hit individual keys if you want to bypass the auto-complete feature and type an unknown word. Just got my TyTN and havent tried it yet but i would think it would be just as difficult on the smaller screen. Anyone tried it and how did it work for you?

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