1. f12's Avatar
    Since theres no hardware touch sensitive buttons anymore, will there still be haptic feedback? Seeing as the on screen buttons don't move around other than changing it's rotation, I'm curious to see if it's still there.
    10-21-2011 03:16 PM
  2. th0r615's Avatar
    I had haptic feedback on my Galaxy Tab 10.1 which had software buttons, I think its a sure bet.
    10-21-2011 03:19 PM
  3. ManBearPig618's Avatar
    On a related note, how much does haptic feedback affect battery life? I enjoyed it, but disabled it to conserve power. Is it a big killer if you type a lot?
    10-21-2011 04:47 PM
  4. stargazer418's Avatar
    On a related note, how much does haptic feedback affect battery life? I enjoyed it, but disabled it to conserve power. Is it a big killer if you type a lot?
    Not really, considering that the keyboard has haptic feedback disabled by default.
    10-21-2011 09:27 PM
  5. ManBearPig618's Avatar
    Not really, considering that the keyboard has haptic feedback disabled by default.
    So does it or does it not consume a lot of battery? Your answer was contradictory.
    10-21-2011 09:56 PM
  6. Mr. Poppalopolis's Avatar
    I always have haptic feedback turned on, and generally get pretty good battery life on my Incredible. Most people say the DI gets terrible battery life, but with a good kernel I can get at least a full day or maybe two.
    10-22-2011 03:49 PM
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