Faster to read a book than on an iPad, study finds

By Andy Rice 6 July 2010

Reading on an iPad or Kindle is as much as 10.7% slower than reading a good, old-fashioned book, according to a study by Dr Jakob Nielson. But don't throw out your eReader just yet - the test group comprised only 24 members, which is way too small a number to produce conclusive results. Read more: PC World


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Marianne Thamm 11 hours ago

Don't believe Han Solo's evasion of Empire TIE Fighters. There are many miles of vacuum space between each asteroid in a field.