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How Many Of These Do You Remember? Get A Blast From The Past From These 30 Devices

APRIL 16, 2017  —  By Matt Davidson  
Matt Davidson

Matt Davidson

Writer and sassy ginger currently residing in central Pennsylvania. Matt spends most of his free time online shopping for clothing that he doesn't need, perfecting the art of eye-rolling, and indulging in all forms of pop culture.

19. Before you could customize playlists on iTunes or Spotify, it was all the rage to record your favorite songs on cassette and make your own mix tapes.

20. The Talkboy originated as a fictional toy in the second "Home Alone" movie, but retailers quickly started stocking this voice recorder for all children to enjoy.

21. iPods have gone through a lot of changes over the years, but the original design is just too good.

22. I remember being envious of anyone in middle school whose parents bought them a Motorola RAZR.

23. Say cheese! Instant cameras like this and the Polaroid were all the rage and they're even making a comeback.

24. If you didn't have your favorite song lyrics set as your AIM away message, were you really, truly living?

25. In the '80s and '90s, some cars were sold with their very own phones. Sure the reception wasn't very good, but these worked wonders in case of an emergency.

26. Before smart watches tracked our steps and told us when to take a moment to breathe, these bad boys came equipped with our favorite video games, like Tetris.

27. Apparently, '90s kids couldn't be trusted with their own pets, so Sony released a robot dog to teach the youths some responsibility.

28. Today we know iBooks as an app on our Apple devices, but back in the day, iBooks were their very first laptops!

29. VideoNow was to TV what a CD player was to music. You could enjoy up to 30 minutes of your favorite shows anywhere you went.

30. And finally, before Millennials found it necessary to talk back to their parents, the Yak Bak did all the hard work for you.

Which of these throwbacks were your favorites? Let us know in the comments and be sure to share this with all your techie friends who could use a blast from the past. Nostalgia is just the best.


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