I'm a senior citizen. Do I really need to have a computer?

Absolutely! While you may not need a computer to get ahead in your career or to do research for a college paper, there are many other uses for computers that senior citizens enjoy. For example, a computer can help you stay in touch with friends and family, get more involved in a hobby or even provide you with a way to simply keep your mind sharp and alert. Read "5 Reasons Why Seniors Should Own a Computer" to learn more about how a computer can make your life even more fulfilling.
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