navigation key


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navigation key

A keyboard key used to move the pointer (cursor) around on the screen. They include the four Arrow keys, PageUp, PageDown, Home and End keys. See modifier key.
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There is also a four-way, navigation key with "joy-stick" functionality that lets users easily steer through menu options.
The 12 keys on the device are big and strong plus a navigation key. The battery case is protected by two screws and Caterpillar gives a screw driver to open it and it is in the form of a keychain.
The display is contoured with silver metal to highlight the navigation key for better a grip and sleek feel.
The structured menu is controlled by a 5-way navigation key. A large illuminated TFT display with 65,000 colours with the display showing the names of callers stored in the address book in large font.
Operation of the Merlin E-Book is simple, thanks to its five-way navigation key and well-placed menu buttons on the side.
The only design flaw is the slim, five-way navigation key above the keypad, which is hard to use.
*Talk time: up to eight hours (four hours typical) *Standby time: Up to 204 hours *AMR: Enhanced voice channel support (increases system's voice capacity on network) *Unique, clean and sophisticated design *Handy four-way navigation key with one-button mMode access *Built-in Web browser *TXT messaging capable (with graphics and sound) *Personal organizer with calendar and phone book *Phone book for 100 contacts, each with multiple entries *Speed dialing for eight numbers *Calculator, world clock and unit converter *Integrated headset jack *T9 text input *Download graphics and polyphonic ring tones *Customize with five wallpapers or download up to ten more *Customize with ten ring tones *Black Jack Game
The Nokia 3650 features a large, high resolution, active matrix color display (176 x 208 pixels) with 4096 colors and a 5-way rocker navigation key. It supports J2ME/MIDP, Symbian OS, and WAP 2.0/XHTML, and inter-device communications via Bluetooth or Infra-red (IR).
Other features include turn-by-turn driving navigation with full voice guidance, which recalibrates routes depending on the driver's current GPS location, all accessed with a convenient dedicated navigation key.
The VX4500 also features English and Spanish language options, T9 text input, five-way navigation key, TTY/TDD, SMS capabilities and is E911 capable.
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