Can't wait to see this one in production units!
Fascinating article in online verson of PC Magazine yesterday about the phone that has no keys. Yes, that's right -- a touchscreen instead of a keypad (dial pad -- hey, how about a rotary dialer like in the '60s?).
According to the piece, the phone, known as the Onyx, is a touch pad prototype of what developers Synaptics and Pilotfish call a "mobile phone concept," meaning this actual phone will probably never hit the market. You see, it's more of a general suggestion for Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) to develop similar phones using this technology.
But let's ask ourselves, why not? Why not a touchscreen? Is that concept that far-fetched? It would certainly get the early adopters all up a lather, won't it?
Anybody have any thoughts in this area?