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ElderGadget's Top 10 Boomer & Senior Friendly Tech Gadget Gifts for 2010

LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwire - 12/09/10) - ElderGadget.com a leading, trusted technology review and news site geared toward the dynamic aging boomer and senior, has released its Top 10 Gadget Gifts for the 2010 holiday season.The list was compiled by assessing each product based on two fundamental aspects:First the ElderGadget.com team tested each product with the ElderGadget Seal of Approval criteria, determining if it is: Easy to See. Easy to Hear. Easy to Use. And/Or Easy to Understand. This allows each person to find the product that meets their individual needs. ElderGadget.com knows that not all seniors are the same.Second, does the product help the individual maintain their competitive edge? ElderGadget.com is founded on the mandate of competitive functional aging as opposed to chronological aging. In essence, individuals are assessed based on their ability to successfully compete at whatever they do or want to do (compete), whatever age they are. Is a lawyer less effective because he is 75? Not likely; however, a gymnast cannot compete after the age of 18, nor could a professional basketball player play after the age of 37 or 38. On the other hand, a grandparent wanting to see more of their family may use a program such as Skype, which enables them to stay in touch, to stay competitive.ElderGadget.com founder Elie Gindi, a frequent "elder expert" guest to television shows nationwide and himself a boomer is redefining our understanding of what the words "boomer" and "senior" really are. "I wouldn't give Mick Jagger (The Rolling Stones) a remote control with massive keys, but he's a "senior citizen" (67) -- so that leaves us to fundamentally reset our thinking. Certainly some people may prefer bigger keys, or something a little louder, but today's aging boomer and senior is active, dynamic and they want to be cool."Here is the cream of the crop in digital goodies that everyone is going to want! Get your browser warmed up; let's do some shopping.Full details & purchasing links for ElderGadet.com Top 10 Gadget Gifts may be found by going to http://www.eldergadget.com/top-tens/eldergadget-coms-top-ten-gadget-gifts-for-the-holidays-20101. Samsung Galaxy Tab by T-Mobile. From $399.00 (with contract), from $599.00 (without contract)
http://www.eldergadget.com/top-tens/eldergadget-coms-top-ten-gadget-gifts-for-the-holidays-2010/attachment/samsung-galaxy-tab-uk-32. Apple TV. From $95.00
http://www.eldergadget.com/top-tens/eldergadget-coms-top-ten-gadget-gifts-for-the-holidays-2010/attachment/apple-tv-23. Sprint HTC EVO. From $149.00 (with contract), from $380.00 (without contract)
http://www.eldergadget.com/top-tens/eldergadget-coms-top-ten-gadget-gifts-for-the-holidays-2010/attachment/htc-evo-sprint-hero-sm4. Cisco Flip UltraHD. From $170.00
http://www.eldergadget.com/top-tens/eldergadget-coms-top-ten-gadget-gifts-for-the-holidays-2010/attachment/cisco-flip-ultrahd5. Microsoft Kinect. From $150.00 (without console), from $379.00 (with console)
http://www.eldergadget.com/top-tens/eldergadget-coms-top-ten-gadget-gifts-for-the-holidays-2010/attachment/kinect_11-26. The Nook (Color). From $249.00
http://www.eldergadget.com/top-tens/eldergadget-coms-top-ten-gadget-gifts-for-the-holidays-2010/attachment/nook-color-official-47. Panasonic Viera Plasma 3D TV. From $1099.00
http://www.eldergadget.com/top-tens/eldergadget-coms-top-ten-gadget-gifts-for-the-holidays-2010/attachment/viera-gt258. HP Touchsmart Desktop Computer. From $995.00
http://www.eldergadget.com/top-tens/eldergadget-coms-top-ten-gadget-gifts-for-the-holidays-2010/attachment/hptouchsmart9. Canon Rebel T2i SLR Camera. From $799.00
http://www.eldergadget.com/top-tens/eldergadget-coms-top-ten-gadget-gifts-for-the-holidays-2010/attachment/rebelt2i-210. CBTL (Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf) Kaldi. From $149.95
http://www.eldergadget.com/top-tens/eldergadget-coms-top-ten-gadget-gifts-for-the-holidays-2010/attachment/kaldi_blue_medium-2Media and Product Inquiries and to schedule an interview with ElderGadget.com Founder Elie Gindi, please contact Popular Press Media Group (PPMG), +1-310-860-7774, ElderGadget@ppmg.info