Good Morning America presented a special segment on "easy to use" gadgets and gizmos geared toward people over sixty years old.
The video (below) compares the two most popular e-readers--the iPad and Kindle DX--and suggests which would be better for consumers with failing eyesight. There is also a keyboard with large, easy-to-see keys and a yellow-on-black color scheme for ultimate viewing ease.
See what else is available, from telephones for the hearing impaired to an automatic corkscrew for those with limited dexterity.
Are there other gadgets you'd recommend for the elderly? Tell us in the comments below.