Every generation has its own “in our day” rant, and that’s fine. The trouble starts when an age group starts believing their own hype about how much better it was in their time. Many people who grew up with these fifteen contraptions, of course, do the same. Since professing their superiority on any level would defy logic and reason, the arguments often try to prove that it was, in fact, their inferiority compared with the technology of today that made a superior childhood possible. And although the members of Generation Z, the demographic cohort born between the mid-90s and early noughties would surely disagree, it doesn’t mean such a view is entirely implausible. From our angle, of course – the post-millennials would have no idea what are we even talking about.
Check out these fifteen half-forgotten relics from the past for an almost certain pang of nostalgia.