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a) If you feel like spending then something like MIT's inFORM would be suitable for you (basically what you've asked for). b) Look at braille "monitors", but that's far from what you've asked. c) You could build one yourself if you have time but no money. About choice c: You can use standard (not LED) light bulbs (there are really small ones available ...


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I would recommend a resistive touch screen for outdoor/rugged devices. Resistive touch screens uses two sheets of non conductive material with conductive material in between the two sheets. When the sheet is pressed, a current is allowed through and a touch is registered. Unlike capacitive touch screens (found on most smartphones/tablets these days) it is ...


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I think your problem is probably more price range than anything else. The touchscreen monitor is the expense, and takes up a large portion of your budget. For instance, this one takes up half your budget, and it's an inexpensive option by your requirements. Another one takes up much more. Windows 8 - 10 has the ability to run as a Kiosk, and you can find ...


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I have Wacom Intuos CTL-4100 tablet. I am using this with Xournal++ software (on ubuntu), works pretty well. It has pressure sensitivity. The main downside in my opinion is that as it is not touchscreen but essentially a trackpad, you have to watch your screen, not your hand while writing, and handwriting is a bit worse than on paper. But good enough for ...


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Option 2 would be my choice - a drawing / graphics tablet something like this. This would provide a more natural drawing experience as it is a matt surface. It is also considerably cheaper than the other options due to the fact it does not display an image, (or allows an image to pass through in the case of the touch screen overlay) leaving plenty of ...


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Here's a few options for you, both Touchpads and Graphic Drawing Tablets. Perixx PERIPAD-501 Wired USB Touchpad VOGEK Trackpad Touchpad, JellyComb USB Wired Touchpad with Multi-Touch Navigation XP-Pen G430S Graphic Drawing Tablet XP-Pen StarG640 Graphic Drawing Tablet


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The best collection of words I can find appear to be "Drawing Monitor Tablets" which doesn't always exclude those without displays. Read carefully any you might select as they could be a high end digitizing tablet but no display. Having a display (monitor/screen) as part of the tablet makes graphics editing a bit easier, but the prices usually reflect this. ...


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A Surface Pro may be good. I cant say I've ever used one myself but they're full Windows 10 so I guess it'd be easier to integrate? Only issue if they're a tad expensive...


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You haven't mentioned which OS it is that you'd like to use so I'll split this up by operating systems. You did mention Windows Ink, so I presume Windows is your OS of choice but for the sake of completeness I'll offer the most popular options for both ecosystems. Windows: One of the most popular options of late is to use Microsoft's Surface tablet. This ...


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