Learn 8pen via Silverlight Demo

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The 8pen is an innovative method to type fastly in handheld touch-screen devices, using simple gestures. It is introduced in Android smart phones. If you don't have access to an Android smart phone, you can learn how to use 8pen using this Silverlight app.

http://8pendemo.codeplex.com/

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