What's the oldest piece of technology that you still use?
keithshaw 1 year ago
We now live in an upgrade society - with smartphones that are obsolete within weeks, gone are the days where a piece of technology lasts more than 10 years.
What's the oldest piece of technology (it should at least run on batteries or electric power - furniture, utensils, clothing and hardware don't count) that you own? How old is it? Can it be upgraded? Why haven't you upgraded it?
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