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Droves of retro-inspired products keep showing up on our social feeds, shelves and credit card statements. These cameras, media players and objects are an exercise in defiance, reviving renounced technologies for an extra shot at a new wave of consumers. They are packed with better guts, more features and ergonomic shapes that are pleasing to the eye and grasp. All of these qualities happen to be evidence that even when revisiting something that has been done before, it remains no easy feat to create a great product.
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