telewriter


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telewriter

[′tel·ə‚rīd·ər]
(communications)
System in which writing movement at the transmitting end causes corresponding movement of a writing instrument at the receiving end.
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The 4100 also incorporates the firm's Telewriter II multi-color graphics tablet, which allows participants to interact through real-time graphics and drawings.
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Classes in which graphics have been sent prior to class or do not require graphics beyond the ability to print and/or draw interactively, use Optel's Telewriter hardware and software system on a one-line option for more efficient class delivery.