LG Unveils Prada Phone With Touch Screen
Top message: I'll take "Things that are almost certain to break"... by muchdrama
Replying to: Re: Why? by Rich Brome
Rich Brome said:
I wouldn't think either of those would be an issue, since it's solid-state. Even standard resistive touch-screens like on today's PDA-phones seem to hold up pretty well to repeated use. This is far more durable than those, so I don't see how it would be any kind of major issue.
That's true. And I see these phones holding up better in the hands of more responsible users (and at current prices, it's only older users who'll be able to afford them).
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