Be Dad’s Favorite: Gift Him The Right Technology This Father’s Day

  • Allows remote access software to take control from a trusted source
  • Large 6.3 inch display for easy viewing
  • Hearing aid compatible
  • 2 rear cameras
  • Includes a stylus for note writing
  • Featured among the 6 best smartphones for seniors at [1]
  • Large screen makes the phone heavier
  • Only a full day’s use between charges
  • Large display for easy reading with 6.1 inch LCD retina display
  • Lower price at $499 (compared to $999 for the new iPhone 12 Pro)
  • Available in an array of vivid colors that make finding it in a couch cushion or car seat that much easier
  • Does not allow remote access software to take control (this is a problem with all iOS devices)
  • Single camera
  • Decent sized 9.7 inch screen
  • 10 hours of battery life
  • Compatible with the Apple Pencil stylus (1st generation) [3]
  • Smaller screen is approximately 1lbs
  • Does not allow remote access from a trusted source
  • Display is on the smaller-side of tablet options.
  • 10 inch screen
  • Cost on Amazon: $400.00
  • Great for more of a desktop computer experience but don’t want to spend a great deal of money and want convenience
  • Fantastic screen and facial recognition for seniors that don’t want to repeatedly type or remember passwords
  • No accessories included
  • 9 hours of battery life
  • Allows remote access from a trusted source
  • Great value starting at $310 on Amazon [4]
  • Battery life up to 9 hours
  • Light and portable, weighing under 5 lbs.
  • Older processor (Intel i3), but will still get the job done
  • 32GB Hard drive and 4GB RAM (4GB is still enough to run Windows 10 and a few basic applications at a time)
  • Best keyboard: backlit, huge letters, great contrast, great tactile feedback, ultra responsive
  • Best displays: huge resolutions, great brightness levels, sizes vary
  • Battery life up to 11 hours
  • Easy operating system
  • 2.75 lbs. (1.25 kg)
  • Unnecessarily expensive ($715.00 — for a model 2 years old)



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Ryan Mitchell Greene

Ryan Mitchell Greene


Ryan’s passions are company culture at and aging in a digital world. He’s terrible at sports, lives in NYC, and dreams of owning a washer & dryer