まさに北斗神拳!16歳少年がスマホ激打でギネス世界記録を達成


16歳のブラジル人少年が驚くべきスピードでスマホを早打ち入力し、なんとギネス世界記録を樹立した。


マルセル・フェルナンデス君は4月25日、キーボードアプリ<Fleksy>を使用し、25ワードから成る文章を18.19秒で入力することに成功。シアトル在住のガウラヴ・シャルマさん(15歳)が持つ18.44秒の世界記録を更新した。なお彼女が使ったのは、マイクロソフトのモバイルOS、ウィンドウズフォン8.1だったとか。

また、文章は「The razor-toothed piranhas of the genera Serrasalmus and Pygocentrus are the most ferocious freshwater fish in the world. In reality they seldom attack a human.」(意訳:カミソリのような歯を持つセルサラムスとパイゴセントラス(共にピラニアの一種)は世界で最も凶暴な淡水魚だ。実際に人を襲うことは滅多にない)という、通常スマホのメールでは打たないような内容だった。

マルセル君の快挙を受け、<Fleksy>は記録樹立の瞬間を収めた動画をYouTubeにアップ。この模様だけでなく、「(画面を)見なくても打てる」「世界一速いキーボード」などと、<Fleksy>の優れた点を紹介したCM仕立てになっている。さらに無料お試し期間を2週間延長することも発表し、商品のアピールにも余念がない。

【動画】https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wpfbZcvPHoE


動画を見た人からは

「おめでとう!」
「すごいな」
「<Fleksy>は太っ腹だね。ありがとう!」
「よくできたアプリだね。アラビア語版も頼むよ!」
「オランダ語もなさそうだ...」

と、マルセル君への称賛とアプリへの期待の声が寄せられている。

幼い頃から電話に興味を示し、今ではスマートフォンがお気に入りだというマルセル君。だがメールにハマっているというわけではないそうだ。

【参照リンク】
・Teen Breaks Guinness World Record for Fastest Texting
http://mashable.com/2014/05/16/world-record-fastest-texting-fleksy/ 

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An image of Steve Jobs, the Apple founder and former CEO, is displayed on a laptop screen at a Barnes and Noble store selling Apple merchandise Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2011 in Atlanta. Jobs , who invented and masterfully marketed ever-sleeker gadgets that transformed everyday technology, from the personal computer to the iPod and iPhone, died Wednesday. He was 56.

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NEW YORK, NY - OCTOBER 05:  Steve Jobs is remembered outside the Fifth Avenue Apple Store on October 5, 2011 in New York City.

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HARROGAE, ENGLAND - JANUARY 28:  Mini Lop Eared Rabbits on the judging table on January 28, 2012 in Harrogate, England. Approximately 3,000 animals attend the annual show, which runs over two days and was first held in 1921. The Rabbit Grand National, attracts competitors from as far afield as Sweden to Yorkshire.

HARROGATE, ENGLAND - JANUARY 28:  White rabbits are judged on January 28, 2012 in Harrogate, England. Approximately 3,000 animals attend the annual show, which runs over two days and was first held in 1921. The Rabbit Grand National, attracts competitors from as far afield as Sweden to Yorkshire.

HARROGATE, ENGLAND - JANUARY 28: English Lop Eared Rabbits on the judging table on January 28, 2012 in Harrogate, England. Approximately 3,000 animals attend the annual show, which runs over two days and was first held in 1921. The Rabbit Grand National, attracts competitors from as far afield as Sweden to Yorkshire.

HARROGATE, ENGLAND - JANUARY 28: English Lop Eared Rabbits on the judging table on January 28, 2012 in Harrogate, England. Approximately 3,000 animals attend the annual show, which runs over two days and was first held in 1921. The Rabbit Grand National, attracts competitors from as far afield as Sweden to Yorkshire.

HARROGATE, ENGLAND - JANUARY 28:  White rabbits are judged on January 28, 2012 in Harrogate, England. Approximately 3,000 animals attend the annual show, which runs over two days and was first held in 1921. The Rabbit Grand National, attracts competitors from as far afield as Sweden to Yorkshire.  (Photo by Bethany Clarke/Getty Images)

HARROGATE, ENGLAND - JANUARY 28:  A Red Eyed White Polish rabbit on January 28, 2012 in Harrogate, England. Approximately 3,000 animals attend the annual show, which runs over two days and was first held in 1921. The Rabbit Grand National, attracts competitors from as far afield as Sweden to Yorkshire.

HARROGATE, ENGLAND - JANUARY 28:  Satin rabbits are judged on January 28, 2012 in Harrogate, England. Approximately 3,000 animals attend the annual show, which runs over two days and was first held in 1921. The Rabbit Grand National, attracts competitors from as far afield as Sweden to Yorkshire.

HARROGATE, ENGLAND - JANUARY 28:  White rabbits are judged on January 28, 2012 in Harrogate, England. Approximately 3,000 animals attend the annual show, which runs over two days and was first held in 1921. The Rabbit Grand National, attracts competitors from as far afield as Sweden to Yorkshire.

HARROGATE, ENGLAND - JANUARY 28:  Benjamin, from Sweden competes in the Rabbit Grand National on January 28, 2012 in Harrogate, England. Approximately 3,000 animals attend the annual show, which runs over two days and was first held in 1921. The Rabbit Grand National, attracts competitors from as far afield as Sweden to Yorkshire.

HARROGATE, ENGLAND - JANUARY 28:  A Satin rabbit is judged on January 28, 2012 in Harrogate, England. Approximately 3,000 animals attend the annual show, which runs over two days and was first held in 1921. The Rabbit Grand National, attracts competitors from as far afield as Sweden to Yorkshire.

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TELFORD, ENGLAND - JANUARY 29:  A competitor crawls under barbed wire during the Tough Guy Challenge endurance race on January 29, 2012 in Telford, England. Every year thousands of people run the 8 mile assault course which involves freezing temperatures, fire and ice.

TELFORD, ENGLAND - JANUARY 29:  Competitors tackle a rope bridge during the Tough Guy Challenge endurance race on January 29, 2012 in Telford, England. Every year thousands of people run the 8 mile assault course which involves freezing temperatures, fire and ice.

TELFORD, ENGLAND - JANUARY 29:  Competitors climb over tires during the Tough Guy Challenge endurance race on January 29, 2012 in Telford, England. Every year thousands of people run the 8 mile assault course which involves freezing temperatures, fire and ice.

TELFORD, ENGLAND - JANUARY 29:  Competitors tackle a rope bridge during the Tough Guy Challenge endurance race on January 29, 2012 in Telford, England. Every year thousands of people run the 8 mile assault course which involves freezing temperatures, fire and ice.

TELFORD, ENGLAND - JANUARY 29:  Competitors jump into the icy water during the Tough Guy Challenge endurance race on January 29, 2012 in Telford, England. Every year thousands of people run the 8 mile assault course which involves freezing temperatures, fire and ice.

TELFORD, ENGLAND - JANUARY 29:  Competitors tackle a rope bridge during the Tough Guy Challenge endurance race on January 29, 2012 in Telford, England. Every year thousands of people run the 8 mile assault course which involves freezing temperatures, fire and ice.

TELFORD, ENGLAND - JANUARY 29:  A competitor runs through fire during the Tough Guy Challenge endurance race on January 29, 2012 in Telford, England. Every year thousands of people run the 8 mile assault course which involves freezing temperatures, fire and ice.

TELFORD, ENGLAND - JANUARY 29:  A competitor is rescued by a crane during the Tough Guy Challenge endurance race on January 29, 2012 in Telford, England. Every year, thousands of people run the 8 mile assault course which involves freezing temperatures, fire and ice.

TELFORD, ENGLAND - JANUARY 29:  A competitor runs through fire during the Tough Guy Challenge endurance race on January 29, 2012 in Telford, England. Every year, thousands of people run the 8 mile assault course, which involves freezing temperatures, fire and ice.

TELFORD, ENGLAND - JANUARY 29: Competitors carry crucifixes as they wait for the start of the Tough Guy Challenge endurance race on January 29, 2012 in Telford, England. Every year, thousands of people run the 8 mile assault course, which involves freezing temperatures, fire and ice.

TELFORD, ENGLAND - JANUARY 29:  A competitor runs through fire during the Tough Guy Challenge endurance race on January 29, 2012 in Telford, England. Every year thousands of people run the 8 mile assault course which involves freezing temperatures, fire and ice.

TELFORD, ENGLAND - JANUARY 29:  A competitor in fancy dress emerges from muddy water during the Tough Guy Challenge endurance race on January 29, 2012 in Telford, England. Every year thousands of people run the 8 mile assault course which involves freezing temperatures, fire and ice.

TELFORD, ENGLAND - JANUARY 29:  A competitor emerges from muddy water during the Tough Guy Challenge endurance race on January 29, 2012 in Telford, England. Every year thousands of people run the 8 mile assault course which involves freezing temperatures, fire and ice.

TELFORD, ENGLAND - JANUARY 29:  A competitor runs through water during the Tough Guy Challenge endurance race on January 29, 2012 in Telford, England. Every year thousands of people run the 8 mile assault course which involves freezing temperatures, fire and ice.

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