Technology is increasingly present in people’s lives. As the years go by, appliances become more and more technological and efficient. The fact is that although electronic gadgets have been updated, their presence has always been in many people’s homes.
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Examples of old and still known electronic devices
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Used to watch movies on TV, the VCR was present in people’s homes in the 80s and 90s. Later, it was replaced by the DVD.
Comparing with today’s computers, it seems that desktop computers existed a thousand years ago. Nowadays they are less and less used.
Launched in 1986, the Atari 7800 hit the market with Donkey Kong, Ice Hockey or Enduro games. Back then it was only in pixels.
Known in the 200s, the Blackberry was the sensation of the time. However, years later Apple came up with the iPhone line which made the device go out of line.
It was part of the lives of many people who did not have cell phones. Nowadays, their use is uncommon and they often serve only for urban decoration.
Launched in 1893 by Philips, it was widely used for three decades. After the arrival of DVD and CD, tapes began to occupy less and less space in people’s lives.
It was one of Sony’s best-selling devices due to the waklman concept. However, due to its size and quality, it ended up being replaced by the iPod.
Replaced by bluetooth and clouds, floppy disks were widely used in the past and appeared even before CDs.
Introduced by Steve Jobs in 2001, this device stores music in full quality. Record sales at the time with more than 150 million units.
“brick” cell phones
Technologically limited, they appeared in the 90s and were very useful at the time. They were mainly known for their resistance to drops and long-lasting battery life.