Record player, Radio/Record player/8-track tape player cabinet (if you've never seen that, think a huge piece of furniture that's about as big as a narrow table [sometimes] that houses all those things - very big in the 70s), a TV with rabbit ears and a VHS player built in (state of the art when it was bought!), an old boombox with tape deck that unfortunately doesn't work anymore ;___; I think it got water damaged or something, an original Nintendo, an original Walkman, a camcorder from when they used to be as big as a breadbox and had to sit on your shoulders (when VHS tapes were the only things that fit in them to record), a rotary phone and a goddamn 8mm movie camera and 8mm film projector. If you're too young to know what those are: camera and projector
That was the only way to make and watch home movies until about the 90s when camcorders with VHS became more popular and semi-affordable for the average home.
I WIN! 8DDD (haha just kidding)
I would like to state clearly though that I am not a hipster xD this stuff's all actually from my childhood, and I inherited it all from my parents and I am keeping every single thing no matter how outdated and obsolete it gets because old things are awesome.
Of course most of the stuff doesn't work anymore >_> But I'll fix that one of these days lol.
Oh oh I forgot one of my favorite things!
Got a typewriter like this - or similar at least, it's a metal, not plastic one with space below the keys
That's thanks to my ex though, found that at a yard sale I think.
I used to have an electric typewriter when I was in school though, before computers got popular lol
Hmm... the oldest kind of tech I have is a Sega Game Gear that I have stored away... anything else I have isn't nearly as old as that... not even the VHS tapes that I own, which includes an Abbott and Costello tape. Everything else I own is fairly nee by technical standards. o.o
Gameboy Advance (somewhere...), Gameboy SP, Nintendo 64 (Zeldaaaa! > w <), a video player & recorder, late 90s CD player, tape casette player and tons of videos. Oh, and there's a vinyl player and tons of vinyls downstairs : )