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Video Shows Kids' Reactions To 1970s Computer

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Today's children grow up in an age where they have access to many technological devices. They even have the ability to do their homework on the family computer.

In this modern era of technology, kids have lightning-fast Internet and pixel-perfect screens at their disposal.

But what happens when those kids used to tablets and other current technology get placed in front of those big, bulky computers from the 1970s?

YouTube video creators the Fine Brothers documented how some kids reacted to the throwback computers.

The task for the children was to learn how to work the old fashion computer.

Their sentiments match those of a lot of folks back in the day. Thank goodness technology has improved!

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