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

iPads May Help Those With 'Low Vision' Read Better

Whether you have diagnosed 'low vision' or simply poor vision of one kind or another, have you found that tablets and eReaders have helped you? I know they've helped me more easily enjoy my favorite books and I'm a huge fan now.
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