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Perfect for Father's Day - WikiReader makes Dad an instant expert - Wordulator : Wordulator

Ever wonder how Dad could answer all your questions?  And then you grew up and got smarter.  Now you can give him a Father’s Day gift that fits in a shirt pocket and help him reclaim his place as the smartest guy on earth:  The WikiReader is a small handheld device powered by two AAA batteries and displays more than three million Wikipedia articles on an easy-to-use touchscreen.  And what’s best, you don’t need the Internet to use it.

While it’s not a flashy or colorful as an iPhone, boomer Dads will enjoy the simplicity of the WikiReader.  Priced at under $100 and with two fully loaded microchips per year for an additional $29 (download updates are free), this is a great device for staying inquisitive and getting immensely satisfying answers.  Dad, Mom or the kids can use the WikiReader for specific searches or just press the Random search button and see what comes up.  Parental controls are built in, so youngsters won’t be exposed to some of the adult content you can find on Wikipedia.

The WikiReader won’t give you the latest sports scores, but it’s a fine traveling companion overseas where a smart phone could rack up expensive data roaming charges.  It’s also ideal on hikes or sailing where there’s no connectivity or as a companion for junior’s homework or looking up articles for business.

WikiReader is available on Amazon.com and on the WikiReader site.  The company says they will have WikiReaders in Best Buy and BJ’s by this summer.

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