Originally Posted by huy_lonewolf
The stock ASUS keyboard also has Swype-like feature, admittedly it is nowhere as good as Google's 4.2 keyboard. Nevertheless, I personally don't like swype on tablets, since it is a lot more tiring on tablets, I have to slide my fingers on a very big screen. To me swype makes a lot more sense on phones.
Swype beta is available for free.
It has a mode that displays a smaller version that floats so that problem is non-existing.
After handwriting with a pen this is the best way to type on a touch device! Unless you have the dock...
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