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As people have gotten used to the virtual keyboard on the iPhone, most of the complaints about it's general quirkiness compared to physical keyboards have died down. It's efficiency is still an issue, though, and person has decided to put it to the test once again. This time they're seeing how it stacks up to a full-size laptop keyboard, the Newton MessagePad, Palm Graffiti, Treo's physical keyboard, and good old pen and paper. Given all the complaints from early iPhone adopters, the results may surprise you.