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Old 02-09-2007, 08:48 AM   #14
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Neko! I think the #12 on the drawing refers to the number of programmable buttons. It's a 6 incher.

If you look at the basic disposition of controls, the unit can be turned 180degrees, permitting left or right handed controls. Brilliant design. An other feature, the "bulge", permits holding with a wider part of the hand instead of finger tips; longer read time without discomfort.
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