I had a RAZR and the earliest iPod Touch actually about the Aint No Woman Alive Could Take Wife Shirt time, I miss when new tech like that was so cool. People legitimately and at that iPod Touch and the PDA. Unlike a lot of things in this thread, these basically evolved into smartphones though. actually had a few smartphone versions, like the Treo. Unfortunately they died due to poor business management, but they were honestly probably doomed from the start – the iPhone was the final nail in their coffin, barely survived to see the rise of Android. CD players. I remember how much better these things were. It was amazing! Put the tape in the tape player, plug in the power to the cigarette lighter, gently set the CD player on a folded towel or pile of shirts, and listen to the cd skip every time you hit the tiniest of bumps. You could get an anti-skip platform for the car, it had a wee damper system that could deal with the bouncing for a couple of seconds. When we had a long bumpy stretch, one of us kids would hold the CD player out in the air and let our arm serve as a shock absorber so it wouldn’t skip.
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