Despite the digital age, some businesses and individuals still rely on fax machines for sending and receiving documents.
With the prevalence of mobile phones, landline telephones are becoming increasingly outdated, but some households and businesses still maintain them.
While streaming and digital formats are popular, there are still people who hold onto their VHS tapes for nostalgic reasons or due to older technology.
Although digital music dominates, some enthusiasts still use cassette tapes for their vintage appeal or as a form of self-expression.
With the rise of streaming services, traditional CD players and physical CDs have become less common, but there are still those who prefer this method of music consumption.
Despite GPS and navigation apps, some individuals and travelers continue to use printed maps for navigation.
While high-speed broadband is widespread, some rural areas or individuals with limited options still rely on dial-up internet connections.
Despite the prevalence of flat-screen TVs, some households continue to use bulky cathode ray tube (CRT) televisions.
Although largely replaced by smartphones, pagers are still utilized in certain industries where instant communication is crucial, such as healthcare.