Tuesday, 14 April 2009

14. Keep taking the tablets - from Motion

Although sold as a workhorse for rugged environments, this tablet PC appealed to me as a viable alternative for those who may have difficulties with the mouse, and coordinating between what they are looking at on the screen and what their hand is doing with the mouse. It is a standard tablet, but build for the more rugged environment. This may be useful for the dyspraxic individual, as well as those who take their frustration out on the technology. By using the stylus pen, the user can achieve hand-eye coordination more easily. There are many learning activities where this approach could be used. An external keyboard could be attached for more traditional typing.

Motion Tablet

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