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What is your most outdated piece of technology?
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23 / M / Kaguya's Panties
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Strong, aren't they? dropped mine at least a dozen times onto asphalt, not even a crack.
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25 / F / New Jersey, USA
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saksiss wrote:



Strong, aren't they? dropped mine at least a dozen times onto asphalt, not even a crack.


I don't remember if I ever dropped mine, strangely.
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22 / M / A Forest
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would have to be my gameboy advance SP, or Ps2. but sadly my ps2 died not too long ago ):
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37 / New York
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I have this crazy old piece of information technology called a book. Oldest one in my collection is a reprint of Robert Boyle's Chymico-Physical Doubts & Paradoxes (1661).

If you just mean electronic tech, I still have my Commodore 64.
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25 / F / New Jersey, USA
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SalemKFox wrote:

would have to be my gameboy advance SP, or Ps2. but sadly my ps2 died not too long ago ):


I'm sorry for your lost.
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29 / M / Onmarus
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My turntables I guess...I still listen to vinyl. If not that then my little flip phone. I like to keep it simple, I have no use for all those new smartphones.
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A Corono manual (and portable) typewriter. Circa 1908.

It still works. For kicks, I actually typed a couple of papers on this back when I was in college.

It has hinges on the side that allow the top to be folded over onto the bottom, and it fits into a little wooden box. I now fondly refer to it as my "Original MacBook Air."

If you've ever been on the Indiana Jones ride at one of the Disney theme parks (there's one here in Tokyo), you'll see this very same typewriter in Indiana Jones' "office" that you walk by while waiting in line for the ride.
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22 / M / San Antonio, TX,...
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Posted 9/19/13 , edited 9/19/13
I also still have my Duke Nukem Atomic Edition inside it's original CD case. Granted it's a little broken, the case.
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25 / F / New Jersey, USA
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mangauniversity wrote:



A Corono manual (and portable) typewriter. Circa 1908.

It still works. For kicks, I actually typed a couple of papers on this back when I was in college.

It has hinges on the side that allow the top to be folded over onto the bottom, and it fits into a little wooden box. I now fondly refer to it as my "Original MacBook Air."

If you've ever been on the Indiana Jones ride at one of the Disney theme parks (there's one here in Tokyo), you'll see this very same typewriter in Indiana Jones' "office" that you walk by while waiting in line for the ride.


My mom had one when I was little but it was the more updated version. I want to use one of those again.
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52 / M / In
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Posted 9/19/13
My beloved 8 track tape player I got when I was 10 I just can't bring myself to get rid of it
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18 / M / Summoners Rift
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A ps one
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M / United States
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I used to have a SNES till it died :(. Now i guess the oldest electronic I have is a original Xbox and couple of 512 mb DDR 1 memory that I have laying around the house.
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27 / M / Dallas, Texas
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My Kenwood stereo amplifier, it was probably made 94-96 maybe at the latest. My speakers and record player are only a few years old however (Vinyl for when you absolutely have to blow some conformist minds.). When I know I have the money I'll probably go about looking for a new Amp, but that will probably be a while (college student).
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19 / M / The Sarlacc Pit
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Wrist watch. I don't need it, it is hundreds of years old (the tech, that is), but I like the way it looks.
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24 / F / Iowa
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Posted 9/19/13 , edited 9/19/13
Probably some old VHS tapes, freaking VHS players cost way more than DVD players, too expensive just to buy one for giggles to watch those old Disney movies.
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