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Rich Cranney

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Hello,

I've seen a few videos scattered about for the HD2 and none of them seem to have gone through a few things that I was wondering about.

Is the Windows Calibration the same as normal Windows Mobile phones, the 4 dots in each corner at the beginning. Or does it have a really good calibration like my HTC Hero where you click every key on the keyboard?

Are there Visual Bookmarks? Handy if you have bookmarks with similar names

Can someone post a video of the Keyboard actually in use? I've had a few issues in the past with laggyness of WinMo keyboards and really wondered if it compares to the Hero which has a really quite nice keyboard to use.

Any help is much appriciated. Thanks

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Hello,

I've seen a few videos scattered about for the HD2 and none of them seem to have gone through a few things that I was wondering about.

Is the Windows Calibration the same as normal Windows Mobile phones, the 4 dots in each corner at the beginning. Or does it have a really good calibration like my HTC Hero where you click every key on the keyboard?

Are there Visual Bookmarks? Handy if you have bookmarks with similar names

Can someone post a video of the Keyboard actually in use? I've had a few issues in the past with laggyness of WinMo keyboards and really wondered if it compares to the Hero which has a really quite nice keyboard to use.

Any help is much appriciated. Thanks


Yes, you can still calibrate the screen in the regular way, though oddly the device doesn't ask you to calibrate the screen on first startup, like any other WM device would.


There is no lag in the keyboard, as expected with a processor like the HD2's. It does take some getting used to, though. The slightest touch is registered on a capacitive screen, so you have to be quite nimble when typing.

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