With all of the advanced technology on the market these days, including the newly-released iPhone X, it's easy to lose sight of where it all began. A Best Buy flyer from 1994 has surfaced online, and when you see the cutting-edge stuff they were selling, you're either going to feel extremely old or wonder what the hell you're looking at.

From Packard Bell multimedia computer systems, to VHS camcorders, to Sony Walkmans, all the legends are here, and more. Remember your first cordless Motorola phone? How about the Super Nintendo you used to play with your friends after school? Don't forget the 'Lion King' soundtrack CD you used to blast from your compact stereo. It was truly a simpler time, one that existed in those magical years before we started meeting on Tinder, GPS-tracking each other on Snapchat, and uploading it all on Instagram. None of this rings a bell? Go ask your older sister, or just go back to texting.

Relive the glory days of commercial technology, and dive into the flashback of a flyer yourself below. Just don't say we didn't warn you about the major feels you may experience.

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Christine Musal
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2 years ago

Encarta! God I loved Encarta!

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ADHORTATOR
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2 years ago

"..and also perfect for self-defense..."

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Steve Bowman
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2 years ago

I have one of those (well, from Panasonic) and it still works!

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Yvonne Bernal
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2 years ago

Nothing will EVER beat the days when we "joined the club" and got 12 CD's (or LP's) for a PENNY! lol th-5a217c8c20e32.jpg th-5a217c8c20e32.jpg

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Nikisha Melendez
Community Member
2 years ago

And to this day, no one knows how to program the VCR...

Swarf
Community Member
2 years ago

And the printer still works.

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Kathi Lowe
Community Member
2 years ago

Still have a Sony Walkman, too.

Fart Knocker
Community Member
2 years ago

A/V jacks, thank God!

Kris
Community Member
2 years ago

Awwww, look at the little babies. Look how innocent they once were. They had no idea of what was to come..

Gillian Black
Community Member
2 years ago

still use my VCR and have fantastic kid movies my grankids like watching

Anonymous
Community Member
2 years ago

And now you can buy an inkjet for $29. Too bad the ink is still a fortune.

Renee Willsey
Community Member
2 years ago

Working at a electronic recycling company, I see this stuff come through the warehouse on a regular basis. Sad thing is- most of the TVs, stereos, phones, ect. still have years of life left. But people HAVE to have the bigger, better things that China feeds America.

Renee Willsey
Community Member
2 years ago

Working at a electronic recycling company, I see this stuff come through the warehouse on a regular basis. Sad thing is, a lot of it is still in working condition and could get years more use out of it. But people HAVE to have the bigger, better things that China feeds America.

Renee Willsey
Community Member
2 years ago

Working at a electronic recycling company, I see this stuff come through the warehouse on a regular basis. Sad thing is, a lot of it is still in working condition and could get years more use out of it. But people HAVE to have the next bigger and better things that China feeds America.

Néstor Salgado Rentería
Community Member
2 years ago

Aquí lo novedoso es el CPU de la ACER de pie.

Jon Sleeper
Community Member
2 years ago

That TV would be about $960. I can get a 49" UHD Flat Screen Smart TV for that. And it probably weighs 1/3 of that one.

morgan jeffries
Community Member
2 years ago

But in a few years the operating system of your TV will be obsolete and you will have to buy a new one

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sunnyrei82
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2 years ago

I LOVED my Walkman. It was black and red. Obviously I carried with it eeeeeverywhere.

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Hans
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2 years ago

Back when Web sites weren't full of stupid scripts, bloated advertisments, and ill-compressed data. There are always two sides to the medal.

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Full Name
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2 years ago

340 MB hard drive, son! These days people will laugh at and toss a free promotional 2GB memory stick in the trash.

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Laura Marusa
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2 years ago

Anyone else notice that the price of a vacuum and microwave is pretty much the same nowadays? I mean, the micro would be better technology today (maybe?) lol

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