QWERTY keyboard

NOUN
  1. the standard typewriter keyboard; the keys for Q, W, E, R, T, and Y are the first six from the left on the top row of letter keys
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  • Whilst I liked the touch screen, I was extremely grateful that there was a QWERTY keyboard; the inexactness of my stubby fingers would have soon led me to behanding myself! Archive 2009-01-01
  • At some point my lustful desire must have conflated with the love of the letterforms laid prostrate on the Qwerty keyboard.
  • Whilst I momentarily contemplated exchanging my Xda Serra for a Nokia 5800 I still have a few days to return the phone, the truth is that I am the sort of user who will take advantage of the Xda Serra's qwerty keyboard and the included Microsoft Office. Archive 2009-02-01
  • The raised back-lit keys of the physical QWERTY keyboard, which included three programmable shortcuts, were well spaced and easy to find in dim light. T-Mobile G2: A compelling though possibly unhinged Android phone
  • This compromise will be the more telling one for those looking for a device with a proper qwerty keyboard. Times, Sunday Times
  • One handset boasts a touchscreen and the other will have its familiar qwerty keyboard. Times, Sunday Times
  • The cheapest phone on test has a slidedown qwerty keyboard. Times, Sunday Times
  • You type out texts on a proper qwerty keyboard, and even if you make a mistake it uses witchcraft to correct the error. Times, Sunday Times
  • It has a flip-top display - which doesn't swivel around - and a built-in QWERTY keyboard.
  • We're predicting Apple will incorporate new multitouch gestures, and maybe even the accelerometer, to trigger functions of the traditional QWERTY keyboard.
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