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Which Outdated Object Are You?

Which piece of obsolete technology could you be?

Which piece of obsolete technology could you be?
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Question 1/10

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If you had to write a letter, which of the following methods would you use?
Typewriter
Cell phone
Computer
By pen

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How highly do you think of yourself?
Very highly
Pretty highly
Not too highly

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Are you a fan of dancing?
Of course
Not really

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Do you own a cell phone?
Of course
I use to but not anymore
No I don't

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What's your favorite piece of technology?
Video games
Cell phones
MP3
Laptops
I'm not sure

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Would you consider yourself old-fashioned or modern?
Old-fashioned
Modern

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Do you prefer to blend in with crowd or stand out?
Blend in
Stand out

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What is the first kind of cell phone you owned?
Flip phone
Classic Nokia
Slide phone
Smart phone

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Which would you rather have?
A laptop
A smartphone
A record player
Speakers

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Are you a fan of video games?
Yes I am
Not really
Not at all

Atari 2600

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The Atari 2600 was a game console that rose to popularity in the 60's and 70's. It allowed people to play a ton of interchangeable games. Nowadays with all the new consoles and other systems, this console is all but obsolete.

Boombox

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Very few people use this piece of technology nowadays but back in the 70's through the 90's, it was quite popular. It was a device that allowed you to listen to music portably. Nowadays it's pretty obsolete with the introduction of cell phones and other tiny music devices.

Polaroid Camera

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This was the most popular way to take photos back in the 70's. You would just snap a picture and the photo would appear right away without having to be developed. While there has been a recent resurgence of popularity, they're still pretty outdated compared to cell phones and newer models of cameras.

Slide Projectors

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This was a popular way to view photos and films during the 1950's to the 1980's. It was a pretty simple device to use and you could view it on a projection screen. Nowadays with all the recent technology, it's pretty obsolete.

8-track

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One of the most popular ways to listen to music back in the mid-1960's to the late-1970's was by using an 8-track. It was a plastic cartridge that you would listen to music from. It basically became obsolete with newer technology.
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