Grampy Aught-Six

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Because Piccadilly's not open 24 hours.

The Grampy Aught-Six is a computer targeted at the elderly market, for those who have problems opening digital images of their grandchildren or taking four consecutive steps. It features 400-point type, a meatloaf-sized cursor (also the shape of meatloaf), and a real mouse that will pre-chew your food for you (sold separately). There is a wooden frame around the monitor (which appears to be made of cross-stitch).

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