I just dashed off this quick video for my Twitter followers to demonstrate that the DROID doesn’t have a multitouch soft keyboard, and pretty much instantly realized that I should probably share it with everyone else, since we’ve been getting a lot of questions about it. Long story short, while Android 2.0 and the DROID’s hardware support multitouch, the device itself doesn’t do multitouch out-of-the-box, and the soft keyboard suffers mightily for it. Why it’s missing is certainly open for debate, but for now just know that no amount of hoping, wishing, or booze is going to make the stock keyboard register more than one press at a time. Don’t despair, though — while I’m not a fan, Chris Ziegler absolutely flies on this same keyboard on his DROID. Videos after the break.Share on Facebook
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