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IN Science & Technology ON 12 Oct, 2014
Remember those walkman with cassettes in it or the game boy which everyone loved to play? Remember how many nights have you spent playing on the Sega Games console? This story is about the nostalgic kid living inside you. These gadgets were more than loved by us. Although, looking back these gadgets we feel so great.
Sony released an addictive game console which worked on CD rom and replaced the cartridges, it led to 100 million sales.
This Sega Mega Drive is the fourth generation of the video game consoles developed by Sega Games. It came to North America in 98s and became a sensational hit.
The Motorola StarTAC was the first ever flip mobile phone. It became literally viral in the market when it was launched.
There was no ipod back then, it was this walkman which we carried and it did the job. The cassette walkman has been retired long time back but it was really awesome at that time.
They were greatly famous computers in 1990s, it helped us in managing our work efficiently. The touch screen technology simplified user interaction.
The Video cassette recorder is a type of video tape recorder which uses magnetic tape to record audio and video from a television broadcast.
Game boy's second edition was released in 1980s. Originally it had the game called tetris and it sold 118 million units worldwide in very short period of time.
Camcorder is an electronic device which combines a video recorder and a video camera. It was made for creating personal videos but due to it's bigger size the videos weren't created properly and it took a lot of time to transfer the video to VHS.
DVD player just started in 90s and they revolutionized the entertainment industry. There was no need of rewinding or fast forwarding for some time but then the compact disk would have many scratches. It was voted as number one gadget in UK invented in 90s.
Tamagotchi is hand-held digital pet created in Japan in 90s, since then 70,000,000 units of the device has been sold.
This single game device provided an alternative if you didn't have game boy. It kept us entertained as long as it worked.