But while businesses are typically mostly interested in maximizing profits, us, the consumer base, are more about siphoning the most value out of a product. In other words, it's easy to see why a manufacturer's decision to skip on hardware or capacitive keys may not align with our own demands. Certainly, software navigation keys come at the expense of screen real estate – a highly-valuable asset for many of us. And yet despite this, it isn't uncommon for us to come across folks who seemingly shun physical or capacitive buttons in favor of a software implementation.
Which group do you fall into? Let us know why!