iPads and Other Tablets May Help Those With 'Low Vision' Read Better

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iPads and other tablets with backlit screens may allow millions of people with "low vision" to read faster and easier, a new study suggests.

Low vision is an umbrella term for people who still have trouble reading, watching TV, or performing other daily activities despite glasses, contact lenses, medication, or even surgery. For people in this situation, the only options left are often magnifying glasses and low-vision aids, many of which are bulky and not that easy to use.

Enter iPads, Kindles, and other backlit tablets.

The new study shows that these devices may allow some people to read faster and more comfortably.

The findings will be presented at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Ophthalmology in Chicago.

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SOURCE: WebMD Health News
Denise Mann
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