Of course, this keyboard isn’t anything like full size and you can’t touch-type on it.
Without it, you still have to use the Graffiti version, which means getting out the stylus to do a single stroke, then put it away again to type some more.Another minor hassle is you have to hold the shift key down in order to write a capital letter.The camera is on the hinge and you can point it at yourself when you are holding the handheld or swivel it around at something in front of you. It can take still images as large as 640 by 480 and as small as 160 by 120 pixels.All videos are taken at 160 by 112 pixels and have audio.Speaking of which, the NX70V doesn’t just have a digital camera, it can also record MPEG movies.
Both NX series models have a slot that you can plug a wireless networking card into and a voice recorder.
Another facet of memory is ROM, which is where handhelds store their operating systems.
If a handheld has flash ROM, its operating system can be upgraded.
I know this is how full-sized keyboards work but it’s not the best solution on a keyboard this small.
Camera The only real difference between the NX70V and the NX60 is the NX70V has a built-in camera.
After using it for a while, I’ve become fairly proficient with this keyboard.