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So I'm interested in hearing what everyone's first ever piece of tech they ever used was no I'm going back quite a long time for a lot of us but this could be a mobile phone to be a games console to be a laptop or computer or any other Visa take actually that you came across was the first time you ever interacted with technology for me it was a Nokia three 310 break I'm going to go with that as my first of a piece of tech still counts so what was Yours
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For me the first device of technology was a cassette player and I used to listen to this like weird stories on there. sometimes some songs and I'd do that while I was like painting or just chilling in my room.
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Love this. I think that was what I'm trying to think which one was my first so I'm responding to people's comments before the actual question to get some inspiration. But I also had a, a set player was early on, a green and pink one.
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I actually needed to think really hard as well. I don't know if the cassette player was like the first one but it's the first I can remember at least. A A green and a pink one sounds very stylish indeed.
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Yeah, it was a, it was a, and it was that, you know, that old version of green and pink as well. Not, not nice flashy, sharp green and pink. It was like that old faded, like green and pink walkman with the shittiest earphones ever.
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Do you know bro thinking as far back as I can it was the doors that Sega console I forgot what it was we had to put like the cassettes into play the games at the time it was cutting it honestly life changing but yeah that'll be it
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Oh bro, this Sega! I always loved it because you had the cassette, but you could also just play without the cassette There was this built-in Sonic game or something. It was... oh, that was brilliant.
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I mean you could be talking about the genesis the mega drive or the Dreamcast most likely the dream cast in a sense because it's but yeah all that all of those condos amazing
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Very bold of you to assume that these things that you mentioned were in existence when I was that young. And yeah, 3310, I remember that. I had the 3210 before that as well.
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But if we're going for any kind of technology, however primitive it was actually a stereo System that my mom had because I was born and raised in country music and I loved it and that was the one thing, that in the TV I could work from, you know, I was two years old.
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Listen a stereo system as where everyone's love of music originated from so you know you're not going as far back as having a vinyl player supreme more than actually innocence but yeah great he's attack
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Mind you, the stereo and the TV in its most primitive form probably weighed about a half a ton combined.
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What I remember the first tech I got was Nintendo Gameboy where I used to play games on that.
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The Nintendo Game Boy is a classic console, one of the best out there and I think privileged to have that as your first.
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A iPad.
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For me it was basically a disc man remember when you put the CDs in the played but I I feel before that was the cassette I think it was called we had a lot of meat
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Beside music there were also like tales for kids.
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One of the first that I used was a phone I think the brand was Nokia where you got this game which was a snake and I don't remember the name
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Yeah I think a lot of it was first piece of tape would either be like a vinyl player cassette or CD so that's a great show and yeah the Nokia is a classic with a snake game I am so thanks for sharing that too
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I would say the cell phone obviously those old Nokia they had no screen color they were only like black and white.
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Yeah the Nokia 3310 and three 120 I think both really really awesome devices and I've Gotta say I have big fan of the game is the head on there as well
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I think mine was probably either I think it was an iPod nano would be considered as tech armour haven't done really tiny one that was revolution LOL
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Do you know the iPod nano as well was one of the most like weirdly cool like small cheap tech devices that I've never seen as a point that blew the cassette player everything else out the water I thought is it this time Ashley
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Atari. Yep. Atari.
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Atari is awesome though. I mean their games consoles were some of the best. It's a shame that I don't know I don't even know what happened to them but it's that they're not around as much anymore. lot of great memories there.
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