Like me, Rich Finck is a Palm PDA veteran. We both love and miss Graffiti on devices.
He recently bought a 2013-edition Nexus 7 and decided to install Graffiti for Android on it.
This is the unhappy result:
It looks like ACCESS gave it a fixed height that’s tailored for phones, not optimized for tablets. Rich says that’s about three-quarters of an inch high — the usual height for Graffiti on Palm devices. I thought for a tablet it would be as tall as the keyboard it replaces. But it’s not.
Has anyone else installed Graffiti on a tablet? Is this the usual result?
All I know about it is its YouTube descriptions:
Multiwindow on Aosp ROM (OmniRom) for mako
Previewing OmniRoms MultiWindow feature, it’s not perfect yet obviously but already incredible useful – can’t wait to see final builds down the track.
This is more of a Split View than actual windows.
See the two videos after the break.
Filed under Android, Video
If I’m reading the Google Translate correctly, Tomato will introduce the 1.9GHz octa-core Exynos 5410-based T2 tablet on October 22 [Google Translate].
It will be double the price of most iPad Mini clones, 1,699 locally for the 16GB version — compared to ~799 for most iPad Mini clones. The price of the 32GB version will probably cause people to gasp.
That’s what it becomes in Google Translate: “Tyrant Gold.”
LuftCo has announced it will do a gold tablet too [Google English].
It’s bad enough companies copy Apple, but this gold thing is the worst possible move Apple has ever made. Whatever happened to the “rest of us” ethos from the 1980s?
IMP3Net has an interesting, if unscientific, post about the state of tablet sales in China [Google English]. It’s based solely on the sales chart from the large seller Taobao, for just one week, but I have a suspicion that it’s a good reflection of the overall tablet market too.
Despite pioneering the tablet market, the 9.7-inch size of the iPad is not the largest seller:
The 7.9-inch (classified as 8-inch) iPad Mini size dominates, with 38% of sales, followed by 7-inch tablets at 32%.