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Drawing tablet versus Touch Screen

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#1 OzSleepingTiger


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Posted 31 August 2015 - 06:47 PM

Hi All


We are trying to move to reduce the amount of paper we use (some documents are printed 3 times are being thrown in the bin after approx 3 weeks).


To limit the number of print outs we are looking at marking a document up using a stylus (trying to increase productivity).


The document would be bought up on the screen (mostly using acrobat reader) and using the comments bar we can mark up the document (using the tools as required).


As the main action is a tick/cross, the older staff would prefer a pen like action (thus the stylus).


Looking at screen approximately 15 inches (A4 page size). Screen should be able to run flat on the desk.


Looking at our options.




1. Whether a drawing tablet (document displayable) or touch screen would work with this set-up? And which is the better option.


2. Suitable devices that may achieve what we need (links to manufacturers or suppliers) and approx cost (please indicate currency).





From Australia



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