Do your parents have a tablet?  If they feel that they're too techie, complicated, and expensive then they will want to check out AARP's new tablet, the "Real Pad," that will be available starting mid-October.

The tablet features oversized texts and icons, built-in tutorials, and easy to access 24/7 tech support.  It has a 7.85-inch screen (smaller than the average tablet, but larger than a smartphone), a 2.0 megapixel front-facing and 5.0 megapixel rear-facing cameras -- and 16GB of memory!  An exclusive feature of RealPad – and one which many of us with more complex tablets wish we had available – is a “RealQuickFix” button – which monitors the tablet’s performance and allow you to diagnose and fix problems on the fly!  The retail price of $189 makes very appealing and a great gift.

You can learn more about it now by clicking here--- It's available now for pre-order or you can wait until mid-October when they'll be sold exclusively at WalMart stores. 

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Ilene Kent

Ilene Kent is staff writer for Seniority Matters. You'll hear from her on topics such book reviews, new directory members, as well as resources and technology that we think you should know about.

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