Boomers may stay connected, access information, and use health, communication, and entertainment apps on a smartphone with larger fonts, simplified interfaces, and accessible features.
iPads and e-readers offer larger screens for reading and browsing books, news, emails, and video calls.
Boomers may keep active and healthy with fitness trackers or smartwatches that track heart rate, steps, and sleep.
Voice-controlled assistants like Amazon Echo and Google Home, smart thermostats, and smart plugs can make home life easier.
Boomers living alone can rest easy by pressing a button to call for help in case of falls or emergencies.
Noise-canceling headphones or earbuds shut out background noise, making music, audiobooks, and calls more enjoyable and immersive.
Handheld magnifiers or electronic reading aids with adjustable magnification and lighting can help with small text, labels, and papers.
Boomer-friendly TV remotes with larger buttons, voice control, or programmed functionalities make TV navigation easier.
Wi-Fi-enabled security cameras with motion detection and smartphone integration provide remote home monitoring and peace of mind.
Portable chargers and power banks allow boomers to charge their important electronics on the road without worrying about running out of battery.