Physically, the flip-out LCD feels solid and springy. Keyboard keys are small, spongy and a bit recessed, so it’s hard to touch type right off by the feel of the keys. The touchscreen is better than we had hoped—far better than the HTC Touch’s slow-to-respond screen. Scrolling is smooth at times, clunky at others, depending on the app. It’s not multitouch, so it uses a “long press” UI element quite a bit—like to drag an app from the pop-out menu to the desktop—but since the touch is fairly responsive, it works pretty well.