NEW YORK – A study of tablet PC users reveal that they better remember details of a story when reading it in a real newspaper instead of via tablets.
Studies conducted by the French company Miratech it found that the reader is more often just to read a brief article on the tablet than when read in newspapers. Similarly, as reported by Cellular News, on Saturday (05/21/2011).
In this study, participants were asked to read the same information from newspapers and digital versions of the tablet, respectively. Participants This is indeed a tablet user, so the study results did not result in bias-related difficulties in learning how to work the reader device that smart.
Parties Miratech using eye tracking technology to follow the participants’ eye movements when reading. After they finished reading, the research team then measured how well participants’ memories of the articles and advertisements that read.
Although there were no significant differences from time to read the participants, the team found that more newspaper format ensures the reader to concentrate and remember the article read.
After reading, the researchers noted, only 70 percent of the tablet are able to remember the article. Meanwhile, the number of newspaper readers who remember the article reached 90 percent.