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Lexony for Pocket PC
Posted on 6-Sep-2004 22:08 | Tags Filed under: Software


Lexony for Pocket PC
Lexony Keyboard is a predictive Keyboard with large dictionary and large keys for Pocket PC.

  • Predictive Input
  • Large dictionary
  • Three quarters the height of the standard keyboard
  • Six large square dictionary keys
  • Based around a QWERTY layout
  • Easy to learn and fast to use

    To input a word tap in the key containing the first letter of the word, followed by the key containing the next letter. Continue until the word appears in the suggestion area. If there is more than one suggestion, simply tap on the word within the suggestion area. Lexony is 60 pixels high, which is 3/4 the size of the standard keyboard.

    Lexony's dictionary holds over 50,000 words. You may add or delete words once you register the product.






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