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could you recommend somewhere I can get a touchscreen from?

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  • EmmaRiddellEmmaRiddell Member Posts: 2
    Hi Chris, I have a 4 year old daughter (with a condition called Smith Magenis Syndrome) she attends a special school and loves using the touch screen pc's.... we are looking to buy her one for home, could you recommend somewhere I can get one from? It would need to be robust as she isn't the gentlest of children!!
  • Chris2Chris2 Member Posts: 35 Listener
    Hi Emma

    Great to hear from you.
    Inclusive Technology has a great range of touch monitors and "all-in-one" devices such as the Inclusive One Touch. The One Touch is a very robust computer built for schools. It can be fixed to a desk and all the cables are hidden away at the back. The monitor is very hardwearing and can be easily wiped clean when necessary.
    I use Inclusive Technology a lot and have always been very happy with their products.
    If you already have a computer, the ELO touch monitor may be your best (and cheaper) option. I use the 15inch monitors and find these very good. There will be other touch monitors and devices on the market but the ones I have pointed out are built to be tough and to withstand a bit or rough play. I hope this helps.
  • Chris2Chris2 Member Posts: 35 Listener
    Hi Emma

    Here is the link to the touch monitors on Inclusive Technology's website.

    http://www.inclusive.co.uk/hardware/interactive-touch-screens-computers
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