|Re: Market? -- Jean Ichbiah|
|Posted by Robert Carnegie , 06/22/2006, 17:23:45||Reply||Top||Forum|
Most of us understand that the size of the PalmOS market and the difficulty in supporting a series of different devices requiring alterations to the program every time, are the basis of Textware no longer leaping to support every new Palm device with another tuned-up Fitaly. And particularly the WristPDA, which is -absolutely- for enthusiasts.
If you -were- going to do -that-, I think it also would be a huge benefit to sacrifice some keys for a larger letter layout - the thing really is 2.5cm x 2.5cm. And I swore I'd never learn Grafitti 2 - well, no I didn't, I just guessed I probably wouldn't. Anyway, my next wrist-computer will definitely have a larger screen... if you recall, I wore a Palm Zire... that's for enthusiasts too ;-)
As for the Tungsten C - is this one actually going to be difficult? Or "just" a skinning job? The main problem with WristPDA is that you launch Fitaly from the Grafitti area and WristPDA doesn't -have- a Grafitti area. The other is that when you get around that, the giveaway Fitaly crashes at once. I presume the other fellows kept trying, although I haven't, yet.
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