NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - Jun 29, 2011) - ElderGadget.com, a trusted leading technology review and news site geared toward the dynamic Boomer and senior, today announced the unveiling of its new and improved website designed to help visitors easily select gadgets that meet their individual needs. The new ElderGadget.com includes a "Cool Factor" ranking system, a five-star rating system and new color-coded badges denoting the existence of "Senior Friendly Features." To celebrate the redesign, ElderGadget.com is giving away a total of five items selected from its Top 10 Father's Day 2011 Gift Ideas for Seniors and Top Ten Last-Minute Affordable Fathers' Day Gifts.
"At ElderGadget.com, we know that no two people experience technology in the same way, and have therefore designed our website to showcase products that appeal to the broadest variety of users," said Elie Gindi, Founder of ElderGadget.com. "Using our new 'At-A-Glance' Senior Friendly Features badges and rankings system, we've highlighted product features that will help users select the items that best serve their unique needs."
All products reviewed on ElderGadget's site are tested against four Senior Friendly Features: Easy to Use, Easy to See, Easy to Hear and Easy to Understand. If a product has one or more features that are senior friendly, a small, colored badge is included in the product's review.
The giveaway will include reviewed samples of the Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf CBTL Kaldi single-serve beverage system, the latest Barnes & Noble Nook touch e-reader, the Kodak Pulse 7-inch Frame, the Kodak Easyshare C143 and the Oregon Scientific Talking Wireless BBQ/Oven Thermometer. Entries will be taken beginning today to visitors who register on ElderGadget.com. The winners will be chosen on July 28, 2011. To learn more about giveaway rules and regulations, please visit www.ElderGadget.com.
ElderGadget is the source for news and reviews about highly rated consumer electronics. By highlighting senior-friendly features, ElderGadget informs and inspires, creating a synergy between the product's technology and its user. www.ElderGadget.com.