When you look at your mobile phone
you will see on button '2' the following letters 'a,b and c'. When sending a
message on the phone if you press the '2' button once it will produce an 'a'. On
the Prismiq even though you are using a text screen, it will
produce '2', you have to push it twice to get to 'a'.
By comparison to a mobile
phone in a text mode:
Now while this isn't really a problem is does reduce productivity, after all, to
enter the website http://www.the-brit.com
adds 23 button pushes! Now consider that in a chat client or in a web based mail
client - phew!
The other thing I found myself doing
is pressing the tab button instead of the '#1' button (the dot used in the web
addresses is gained by pressing the '1' button twice). It would have helped if
these control keys looked different than the alphanumeric keys, either by shape
or by colour of the rubber membrane.