(Re-blogged for research) Hand Gestures for Tablets

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Tablets are mostly controllable by various hand gestures. The hand gestures themselves are relatively easy to memorise and perform (for example, to move a page, you merely swipe your finger across the screen) and can also preserve a tablet’s lifespan by eliminating the possibility of faulty or broken navigational buttons. 


The earlier Kindle models lacked touch screen technology and can be controlled by four buttons on either side of the screen and by navigational buttons under the screen. 

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