Telikin Computer – NewsWatch with Scott Steinberg


Scott Steinberg, a technology and business expert, reviews the Telikin Senior Friendly Computers. Visit or call 800-230-3881 to learn more.

Telikin is a simple and easy to use touchscreen computer that combines video chat, photo sharing, email and many more popular features into a sleek, touchscreen device.

Originally designed as a “senior computer” (a computer for seniors and baby boomers), the Telikin has also proved popular with families, children and individuals looking for an easy to use computer or PC or Mac alternative.

The Telikin Computer’s easy to use interface, large touchscreen (LCD), and features like video chat, email, safe web browsing, games and more make it a great senior friendly computer and popular PC alternative for baby boomers, families and children.

Features like easy to use video chat, photo sharing, email, contact and calendar syncing, a word processor, games, Facebook syncing and much more make a Telikin Computer an excellent family communication center as well as a great computer for mom or dad.

Photo albums automatically sync with Facebook accounts to display photos on your wall right within the built-in photo viewer! No need to login and go to the wall to share and view photos of loved ones, just touch the screen and view Facebook photos right from the albums screen!

The easy to use video chat, like all the Telikin’s features, are easliy accessible by the click of a mouse or single touch of the beautiful widescreen LCD touch display. Simply touch a contact, tap video or audio chat on screen button and get connected to anyone, anytime, anywhere!

Telikin touchscreen computers have been featured on The Rachael Ray Show, CBS, NBC, CBS Talk Philly, KFOR TV, AARP Events and Reviews, AMAC, Retirement Living TV, Jim Miller – the Savvy Senior tech for seniors and much more.

Learn more about Telikin – currently available as either an 18″ or 20″ touchscreen desktop models – at or call 888-230-3881.

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  1. Brenda Breeding says

    I whould love to have one whould make a big difference

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