|That's really unfortunate!|
Message #18 Posted by Gene on 4 Nov 2003, 11:33 p.m.,
in response to message #1 by Joe Edwards
I have a VERY early 49G+ and although I get some key presses that don't register, I have had no problems at all like you mention.
I have used it more than 99% of those who have it and have not found it hard to use at all.
Newer units than mine have been said to have much much better response with the keyboard.
I think perhaps you just got a lemon off the production line.
Why can't HP make a $150 calculator that won't do that?
Why do Macintosh computers sometimes arrive at customer's houses and don't turn on?
Why do Dell's have hardware problems at times that I read about?
Why can't Microsoft make an OS that has its security holes plugged?
Buying a TI is not the answer, IMO. The 49G+ has many features the 48GX and TI models do not have.
Hard to know too if any reports might be forged by TI users...think that's beyond the realm of possibility? Perhaps, perhaps not.
(Note: I'm not suggesting this post if forged...but some might be)
Gene (and slightly paranoid!)