Push-To telescopes have a computer install in telescope mount, but no motor drive. This means that the user needs to move the telescope by hand, while the computer gives the instructions.
The Push-To telescopes operate on the same principle as the Go-To telescopes; the only difference is in the drive.
Some Push-To telescopes mounts feature a special slow-motion controllers in the form of rods and cables. The computer helps the user to align the telescopes and contains a database with coordinates of many celestial objects (such as stars, planets, nebulas, star clusters, double stars, galaxies).