Shop Mobile More Submit  Join Login
Old Technology by vaser888 Old Technology by vaser888
I love to collect random this and I love to keep old technology.

when was the last time you saw a mouse with a ball? I wonder if it still works. I also wonder if I have anything that i could plug it into.

The gameboy I believe was originally my fathers. which he then gave to cousins and then when I was 4 I got it for my birthday from them. It still works perfectly fine. The reason why there are 2 elastic bands is because the glue that attaches the clear plastic to the body decided not to stick any more. I can easily just glue it back together but I'm to lazy to do it so that is why the elastic bands are there :)

The old cell phone was my grandmothers but she never really used it. she asked me one day knowing that I like to collect things and technology if I wanted it. so I took it. It still works. I even have the charger for it :)

A floppy disk because why not. I still love the way they look.

When was the last time you saw a SD which was less than a couple of gigs? That SD card is 128 Megabytes. now we can get SD card with 128 Gigabytes! I remember my cousin giving me this SD card and I used it to play games (with my imagination) when I was a kid. good times.

And last but not least my palm pilot. Do any of you remember these thing? My oldest cousin was the first one who owned one in my family and I remember how amazing the amount of things he could do with it. I got this one from my uncle one Christmas when I was a child. These things were awesome back in the day. It still works but I don't really use it.

I might take a picture of some Zelda things I have because why not. keep an eye out for that if you are interested.
RemnantViscera Featured By Owner Edited Mar 14, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Late replies forever!

Old technology junk is the best. I spend way too much time just sitting around staring at my old stuff when I'm supposed to be doing something else :3
I can't remember the last time I saw a palm pilot. Or the first time. Come to think of it, I don't think I've ever seen one. Now I'm interested...
Congratulations on managing to keep your gameboy actually working! I know they're supposed to be one of the most resilient consoles ever, I don't know anyone else who still has one that I can actually use.
Add a Comment:


Submitted on
February 27, 2015
Image Size
7.2 MB


3 (who?)

Camera Data

Canon PowerShot ELPH 110 HS
Shutter Speed
1/50 second
Focal Length
4 mm
ISO Speed
Date Taken
Feb 27, 2015, 12:59:23 PM
Sensor Size