As I stated when [reviewing the Minisuit 3-in-1 Folio Case](http://www.daniweb.com/hardware-and-software/tablets-and-mobile-devices/reviews/477039/review-minisuit-3-in-1-keyboard-folio-case-nexus-7-2013#) for the Nexus 7 2013, the most important things a writer looks for in any keyboard are key travel, spacing and feedback. Obviously a travel keyboard throws some additional requirements into the mix such as weight, size and battery life. However, when it comes to the single most important factor for me personally, and that's key spacing, the Minisuit Ultra-Thin Aluminium Bluetooth Keyboard Cover falls flat. There is simply no spacing at all, the keys just seem to merge together and it is very hard indeed not to hit the …

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For a professional writer of any description, there are three things that matter when it comes to the keyboard that they are using: key spacing, key travel and key feedback. The Minisuit 3-in-1 Folio manages, as far as any such small keyboard is ever going to achieve, to get the key spacing and feedback right. The scrabble tile keys are far enough part, in that there is sufficient gap between them and above/below them to prevent too much mis-keying. This is the bane of most travel keyboards, the keys are badly spaced and you end up making so many typos …

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I'm interested in the HTC One. It is reported to have a 'hard to damage' polycarbonate case and seems to have great user reviews. My issue is with AT&T selling this phone for $549.00 without contract (* $199.00 with a 2 Year - which I do not want!*) when it appears to be the same as the HTC Google Nexus One phone which is selling online for much less. After a little research I found the HTC One and the Google Nexus both came out at the same time in 2010. Google was selling this phone direct to customers for …

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[URL="http://www.nokia.com"]Nokia[/URL]'s decision to back the [URL="http://www.symbian.org"]Symbian[/URL] operating system with its new [URL="http://europe.nokia.com/find-products/devices/nokia-n8"]N8[/URL] smartphone, which we can expect to see in Q3, could prove more important that you'd have thought initially. There are a number of reasons for this. First, it's the first phone based on the system since the code went open. This puts it in a different category to the iPhone, Blackberry and Google's [URL="http://www.google.com/phone"]Nexus One[/URL]. The market will decide whether this actually matters very much. Second, it's a substantial phone company making this statement. This isn't a little business like some of the competition saying it's going to …

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So I read all this news about Google's new phone - Nexus. I do wonder if users will sign up so they cna be more connected to their social communities?[url]http://www.google.com/phone[/url]

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Well, this looks like it - all the reports are in place. I think we can safely say it's Googlephone day, particularly when there are bloggers around who've [URL="http://www.avc.com/a_vc/2010/01/the-google-phone.html"]already received a Nexus[/URL]. This only leaves one question unanswered. If the Nexus is going to be the Google phone, what are all these other things on the market? I walk down a High Street in the UK. I walk into a phone store and I ask, do you have any phones based on the Android operating system from Google. And they say yes. But today is Google phone day. Maybe this …

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The End.