This section lists touch screen monitors. A touch screen provides an alternative method of interacting with a computer which can be useful if you have difficulty using a mouse or keyboard.1
With a touchscreen, selections and movements are made by pointing at the screen surface. Those listed here are built into the screen monitor.2
Touch screens may also be useful if you have difficulty associating the use of a mouse or switch with the resulting actions on a computer screen. This is because they provide a more direct connection between action and result. Touch screens can also enable better concentration on tasks because there are no intermediate steps or devices to interfere with your attention.1 & 3View references and sources of further information ›
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