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Kiwi PC launches a desktop PC for senior citizens

Though our current generation is technology-based, there is still an older generation that knows nothing about computers at all. If you didnít grow up with computers, it can be a little hard to just jump in. To them, a computer can seem to be a daunting challenge to learn, and if they’ve lived without it for so long, why get into it now?

Kiwi PC has launched a line of Linux Desktop PCs for the elderly loved ones in your life. This may be a bit patronizing for all the grandparents out there that know how the internet works, but itís a good start for those out there that donít know where to begin and have a hard time with normal computers. This Kiwi PC features large icons that make them easier to see, and a customizable ďme menuĒ that gives users access to their most viewed websites and programs directly from the desktop. It is an investment at $499.99, but if it can help your grandparents get more connected to their family, it could be worth it.

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  • it would have been even better if it had windows then linux.
    Linux is a bit difficult to use in my opinion

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