I have vast memories of using technology starting at a young age.
I remember when my dad bought our first computer. It was a Compaq model that took forever to even set up (in hindsight). I was about 7 years old when he bought it, and I remember watching him use it for business and the internet. Meanwhile, in school, we were being taught the basic functions of computers, ie., paint, typing, basic games, etc. I took interest in computers and my dad taught me a lot on our home computer. I was fascinated that I could talk to someone across the country on this thing called, "instant messenger." The kids' chat rooms on AOL were a lot of fun, but since our internet was slow, we always had trouble logging me into one before it became full.
A lot of gifts from my dad growing up were computer related. He handed down the old PC to me when he got a new one, and bought lots of educational games, such as JumpStart 4th grade, and a exploratory game about dinosaurs. I can probably credit a lot of my educational success and computer literacy to my father.