iPad Speed Typing World Record Set by Georgian President’s Son

Wednesday, July 6, 2011
By OP Editor

First son of Georgia sets new Guinness world records for speed typing on iPad.

Eduard Saakashvili iPad Speed Typing Guinness World Records

Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili’s son Eduard’s achievement is recorded by Guinness at Black Sea resort of Batumi:

“Eduard Saakashvili achieved a world record for typing the English alphabet on an iPad in 5.26 seconds — an improvement of 1.05 seconds on the previous record set by British teenager Charlie Joseph McDonnell in 2010.”

The iPad speed typing record was achieved with just one hand, typing with his right hand only. Wow.

Meanwhile, HP TouchPad is still booting, and BlackBerry maker RIM is busy firing employees.

[foxnews via cult of mac]


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2 Responses to “iPad Speed Typing World Record Set by Georgian President’s Son”

  1. Hannah Yardley

    my friend beat his record she got 5.16, yerh she’s 14 :D


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