This week's Trivia: Obsolete

Technology is growing at an exponential rate. By the time you make it to the store to buy the latest gadget (or more aptly, receive your order in the mail), a new version is being released. But when we were younger, we were still amazed by the 8-bit or less systems, and monochromatic monitors.
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Before the proliferation of home computers and software to get the job done, what "electronic typewriters" were commonly used for desktop publishing?


Which company owned Amiga at the time the first models were released?


Which of these was NOT a launch title for the Atari 2600 in 1977?


The original Apple I computer was designed and hand-built by which of the following?


The Nintendo Entertainment System was the first console for many American households. What was the name of its Japanese equivalent, released two years prior?


In the early portion of the 1980s, VHS format video cassettes where competing against which technology?


The Pioneer LaserActive was a laserdisc machine that allowed for add-ons that accepted cartridges from which system?


Back in the days of floppy disks, which of the following capacities was available in a 3.5" format?


Which manufacturer released released the ill-fated Zip drive, which used bulky 100 MB disks?


The COnnecticut LEather COmpany had a relative success with the launch of their console, the ColecoVision. What was the name of its series of predecessors?