Review: Samsung Epix
The Epix has a touch screen and offers haptic feedback when touched. Combined with the stylus, you have plenty of options for interacting with the Epix. The screen is responsive to touch and registered input most of the time with having to double tap. The haptic feedback is not localized; the entire device vibrates when the screen is pressed. It probably provides more feedback than is necessary. In my opinion, the haptic vibrations are a little too harsh and last a little too long. But having the option to use the full QWERTY keyboard or the screen itself to interact with the Epix adds to its appeal.
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