October 23, 2010
|The original Sony Walkman. Photo credit: Gearlog|
Since hitting stores in 1979, Sony has sold 220 million of the portable audio cassette players. But the company announced Friday that it will stop selling the once-popular Walkman in Japan. Feeling old yet?
Someday you'll find that box of old cassettes stashed away in the back of a closet. Cassettes filled with recordings of favorite songs you taped from the radio, some you may have even gotten commercial-free. And while you won't be able to play them back, other creative options will emerge.
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