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I am developing an application to be used in Dentists' waiting rooms.  It will basically replace the forms that people have to fill out.  It's going to be written in ASP.NET.  Since there will be no user training, it needs to be a touch sensitive screen with buttons for answers.  I've looked at two options, handhelds and tablets.  Handhelds did not test out well.  Many people could not read the words.  Tablets worked out great, but they're a little expensive.

Does anyone make a product that's somewhere in between?  A touch sensitive screen on a system that could run a web browser for under $1000?  Preferably in the $500-$600 range.
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Here is a smaller one.


http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=626351&Sku=F356-3000&CatId=219


I don't know how much storage you need b/c that one does not have that much.


As for the cheaper price.  $500-$600 is out of the question.  
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That looks like exactly what I need.  Any other suggestions from anyone else?  I'll give the points to buckeyes33, but I'll give points to someone for other options too.
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was that one going to have enough storage for you?   Also did you note the size?
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The physical size looks fine.  It's big enough to display what I need to display.  Also, since it's an ASP.NET application, it will run on the browser and require minimum hard drive space.
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