Which Outdated Object Are You?

Which piece of obsolete technology could you be?

Question 1/10
If you had to write a letter, which of the following methods would you use?
Cell phone
By pen

Question 2/10
How highly do you think of yourself?
Very highly
Pretty highly
Not too highly

Question 3/10
Are you a fan of dancing?
Of course
Not really

Question 4/10
Do you own a cell phone?
Of course
I use to but not anymore
No I don't

Question 5/10
What's your favorite piece of technology?
Video games
Cell phones
I'm not sure

Question 6/10
Would you consider yourself old-fashioned or modern?

Question 7/10
Do you prefer to blend in with crowd or stand out?
Blend in
Stand out

Question 8/10
What is the first kind of cell phone you owned?
Flip phone
Classic Nokia
Slide phone
Smart phone

Question 9/10
Which would you rather have?
A laptop
A smartphone
A record player

Question 10/10
Are you a fan of video games?
Yes I am
Not really
Not at all
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.

Atari 2600
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.

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 While there has been a recent resurgence of popularity, they're still pretty outdated compared to cell phones and newer models of cameras.

Polaroid Camera
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.

Slide Projectors
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.