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What is a qwerty board?

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A qwerty board is a keyboard that has the letters q, w, e, r, t, and y in the upper left hand corner. It is used on most electronic devices that require a keyboard.

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no, it is a candy bar. it has a qwerty key board but that comes up on the screen. ;)


I believe a qwerty keyboard is just a regular keyboard. It is only called this as the first letters in the first row of keys spells out the "word" qwerty.


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A standard keyboard,there have 104-key QWERTY..


Christopher Latham Sholes invented the QWERTY keyboard in 1875


Yes, it has a virtual QWERTY keyboard on the front touch screen and also flips open sideways to reveal a QWERTY keyboard.


You can do this in settings, under general, and then keyboard. If this doesn't work, bring your iphone 4 into an Apple store, and one of the Apple store employees can help you change the qwerty board to the 3x4 keyboard.


No.its is a regular touch screen with a slide out QWERTY key board.


It is called a QWERTY keyboard because of the first 6 letters on your keyboard. Look at your keyboard and look at the first six letters at the top. It will be 'qwerty' hence the name.


A key board is laid out the same as a typer writer. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/QWERTY http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AZERTY


Yes qwerty is an adjective.


Here are some examples of sentances with qwerty in them... -Go Qwerty your self -I'm going to stick my qwerty up your durkodermadong -Don't be such a qwerty -I'm not scared I'm just not ready to have qwerty with you -"That's one small step for man, one giant leap for Qwerty" Niel Armstrong


QWERTY is not an acronym for anything. QWERTY is part of the name of the "QWERTY Keyboard." It's is the first 6 letters on the QWERTY keboard. Typewriters used to have the letters in alphabetical order. It was changed to the QWERTY format to prevent jams. It is still used today, as you probally have noticed.


Look at the top row of letters on the keyboard. Starting from the left: "QWERTY".


I think you'll find that it became a qwerty layout after qwertyuiop was invented.


if you are on a computer you are using a qwerty keyboard


The qwerty keyboard was named after the first six letters of the keyboard (starting from the top left as you would normally read), which just happened to be QWERTY. Thus, the name 'qwerty keyboard'. The qwerty keyboard also greatly improved the typing speed of everyone who typed on it and was willing to learn the qwerty style of keyboarding.


No, they are not. I have a QWERTY phone that is NOT a smartphone.


the alternative to the qwerty keyboard is the AZERTY keyboard


No, Xperia X10 Mini has not a slide qwerty. But Xperia X10 Mini Pro has a slide qwerty


It used to be the original ABC keyboard but people started typing to fast so the made it harder to type with the QWERTY keyboard


well qwerty keyboards are different form abc keyboards to tell if the keyboard is qwerty or not look along the top row of letters abc keyboards will say abc at the top qwerty keyboards will say qwerty at the top sorry if this is not the answer you want wrong! The answer is, that QWERTY is the first Six letters of the keyboard on the top left side.


Touchscreen QWERTY is referring to the QWERTY keyboard on your touchscreen phone. A QWERTY keyboard is the one that is likely in front of your computer. It's not in alphabetical order like some keyboards.


It has a qwerty virtual keyboard but not a slider or anything.


No, it does not have a physical qwerty keyboard.



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