Kids of Today vs 1980’s Technology (HD)




Kids of today meet the toys of yesterday. Can today’s Kids figure out the Technology of the 1980’s? Audio is separated for Broadcast. Edited by Jeremy Auten …

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  1. Today's generations are the dumbest, without a touch phone, tablet or whatever is available they are nothing, all they know is to move their stupid fingers! Fucktards!

  2. Now don't hate me here but it makes me kinda jealous when I see young kids with phones, because when I was younger I was only able to play with flip phones instead of iphones or tablets. Nowadays, parents buy their kids $800 phones and most of the time, they drop it and the screen breaks… (Especially Apple from what I've seen)

  3. watching kids struggle with tech they have never used before, because, comedy. Ever consider why they never used it? Because we have better technology now. The same thing will happen with the next generation. I only hope that they don't have people breathing down their necks about how good they have it or how we had to deal with 20mbs download speeds.

  4. God this is cringy. It's not the fact that the kids can't use 80s technology, it's that they can barely use their own. ''I check my email and gossip sites''.

  5. This girl is 'good' with computers but can't even think "Hmm let's press the buttons to open the deck" especially when |> has universally been play and most of those buttons were also brought into MP3 players as well so that you'd at least know what play and pause where….thus eliminating those buttons and then testing the others….

  6. i think we 90s were the last people who knows whats its like without iphones or ipad or apps next generation gonna be so controlled by technology and thats a bad thing

  7. I've been growing through the early 2000s and although I didn't even realise the world around me much, the technology still changed a lot, nowadays you see those TVs with curved edges, one day it will be viewed as something common, but anyone who can buy it will definitely feel like in 2030s LOL

  8. When ever I play computer games I use a 48k Sinclair ZX spectrum and load the games from a cassette and when I listen to music on the go I use a Walkman and I make mix-tapes.

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