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Thursday, July 7, 2011

Fastest in the world alphabet typer on iPad lives in Georgia

Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili's son, Eduard, 15, holds a Guinness World Records certificate that he received for setting a new world record for printing the English Alphabet on an iPad in 5,26 seconds with his right hand only. The previous record set up by British Charlie Mcdonnell in 2010 was 6,31 seconds. (AP Photo/Irakli Gedenidze, Pool)
Eduard Saakashvili, son of the President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili broke the record for the English alphabet speed typing with his right hand on iPad. Representatives of the Guinness Book of Records, which for this occasion arrived in Batumi, Georgia the officially recorded a new record - 5.26 seconds, which is one and a half seconds faster than the previously set records.

As a Guinness Book of Records representative told reporters, Eduard Saakashvili had three attempts, but he broke the record on his first. Saakashvili Jr., who is now 15 years old, said that it did not take long to train, and promised in the future to break his new record using Chinese characters.

Check out a video of the event below. He breaks the record in the first 30 seconds:

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