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Apple seems to like their click wheel..what a rigmarole to type anything :blink: Is it not quicker just to push `t` on a keyboard rather than having to go through all that?

I can`t see that catching on.

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"I will buy anything that's shiny and made by Apple".

Yes, there are several million like him, but this just has to be a spoof! :D

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I cant see this catching on, its a bit like returning to the days of the Daisey wheel printer and I do agree it would be easier to press t that going through all of that rigmarole.

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I thought something didn`t seem right there.

They don`t make comps like they used to

Thank god for that :lol:

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"I will buy anything that's shiny and made by Apple".

Yes, there are several million like him, but this just has to be a spoof! :D

sounds familiar! eeeh! in its own box :lol::lol::lol:

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:lol::lol::lol:

To be honest, I wouldnt put it past Apple to release something like this in the future.

It's true what the presenter said in the video "Everything is just a few hundred clicks away".

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:lol::lol::lol:

To be honest, I wouldnt put it past Apple to release something like this in the future.

It's true what the presenter said in the video "Everything is just a few hundred clicks away".

Theres a lot of truth in that statement Blank, I remember watching a TV program on the BBC, its got to be about 2,3 years ago, they were talking about 3D printers. They are using them now in the production of Prototypes but how long before the home user version is released?

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:lol::lol::lol:

To be honest, I wouldnt put it past Apple to release something like this in the future.

Just expect it to cost twice what a more functional equivalent costs, scratch badly on the first outing, and have to be returned to the factory to change the battery! ;)

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