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July 19, 2023
Rapid technology advances have resulted in radical changes in the products we use in our daily business and personal lives. And, we’re no longer talking about black-and-white TVs or even film cameras. Nowadays, many digital products we may have used even two decades ago are collecting dust in storage, as devices such as smartphones have become indispensable, multi-purpose devices in our daily lives.
While some of these products can still be found online or in discount stores, they are becoming obsolete thanks to better alternatives, and in the case of incandescent bulbs, legislation is phasing them out.
Check out the gallery below to see the obsolete technology that might be collecting dust in your storage cabinets or basement.
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