While technology is usually designed for the more youthful in mind, the elderly haven’t been completely forgotten about, as evident by the recently released Telikin Touchscreen PC. Designed for (but not limited to) less tech savvy seniors, the Telikin Touchscreen PC is basically an all-in-one touchscreen computer loaded with a customized operating system that isn’t Windows.
Built to work right out of the box, the Telikin comes preloaded with easy to use software so that folks will have no trouble using it. The Telikin comes with Video Chat, Photo Sharing, Email, Calendar, News, Weather, Address Book, Web Browsing software and even a number of games like solitaire, blackjack, memory and more. With a neat and uncluttered user interface, users will have no trouble finding their way through the system.
If users are having trouble, the Telikin even has a feature called “Tech Buddy” which allows another friend or family member access the computer to guide its users from a distance. The specs of the Telikin include: a 18.6″ display (20″ also available), a dual-core 1.8GHz processor, 2GB of RAM, a 320GB HDD, 1.3-megapixel web cam, four USB ports, and a memory card reader. Prices for the Telikin Touchscreen PC start at $699.
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