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El Motorola Personal Phone de los 90, mi primer móvil, conservado en su caja original

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Gato Land on December 31, 2012

Es lo más parecido al zapatófono del agente 86 o de Mortadelo y Filemón, jeje

Ana CRP on January 1, 2013

Jajaja! y tan zapatófono!!!! Tendrias que llevar mochila, porque en el bolsillo.....

Gato Land on January 1, 2013

Pues tengo hasta la funda de "polipiel" que compré en su día, ahora podría guardar dentro una moto, jajajaja, y no veas lo que pesa el condenao, es como hablar con un adoquín, jajaja, menudo trasto

Luisa Gila Merino on January 7, 2013

Gatoland, que no presumas de móvil antiguo y grande eh, tengo yo guardado el mío y creo que es mayor, incluso tiene antena y todo, ¡vamos!, que si se lo tiro a alguien a la cabeza le puedo hacer un buen coscorrón.

Gato Land on January 7, 2013

Bueno Luisa, este también tiene antena, muy finita y de color negro pero ya que dices acepto el desafío, sube una foto del tuyo y veremos quien tiene el adoquín más grande y pesado, jejeje, recuerdo que una vez me llamaron y estuve más de media hora con él pegado al oído, menudo dolor de brazo cuando lo bajé, estuve un par de días dolorido de la postura pero sobre todo del peso. Y si, ni armas de fuego ni nada, en un atraco se lo tiras al tío según huye y lo fundes, jajaja, ni un misil de crucero haría tanto daño

Ana CRP on January 12, 2013

Eso, y yo los mido a ver quien gana! jajaja

Gato Land on January 14, 2013

Os propongo un concurso de móviles a modo de mini olimpiadas, podríamos hacer varias pruebas, una de ellas sería de tamaño, otra de peso, otra de tiempo de conversación (a quien se le acabe antes la batería gana) y otra de lanzamiento, a ver qué teléfono llega más lejos al lanzarlo, también podríamos hacer una prueba de descalabre, soltando el teléfono desde un cuarto piso a ver quién hace más pupa al indefenso peatón que pasaba por allí en tan lamentable momento, ja ja ja, seguro que nos reíamos un montón, y el descalabrado ya ni os cuento, menuda risión, ja ja ja

Andy Rodker on January 23, 2013

I had the earlier MUCH bigger version! It was great at the time!

Like from a purely nostalgic point of view!

Best wishes, Andy

Gato Land on January 24, 2013

Hi Andy, surely you would be embarrassed to speak through him in the street, I was wrong, over the years you get used to and now people think she's crazy and speaks only when it is actually the bluetooth thing, hehe, in any case imagine the model you're referring to, it was not a phone, it was a sack of cement, hehehe

Diane MP on March 9, 2013

Haha, we call this old type "the brick." As for bluetooth, I give people dirty looks who walk around talking loudly to themselves. I should say, "Oh, there's medication for that!" It shows how old I am getting...and I am sick of hearing people yelling into their phones, "I looovvve yoouuuu!" That's a popular thing to do, here. I wouldn't be caught dead...!!! :o

Andy Rodker on March 9, 2013

I'm in your camp here Diane!

Have a good weekend,


Gato Land on March 9, 2013

True, Diane and Andy, these phones are real bricks, however the technology is obstinate and stubborn and insists again and again to invent and reinvent, ie terminals were initially because the electronics giant took up too much space, technology was analog and therefore had only scanned parts, were kind of old TV tube but with a phone. Came digital technology and GSM system miniaturization and with them, the terminals become smaller, seemed to speak to a lighter in the ear and not a phone. Now back to size XXXL, brands like Samsung launched a handset that when people talk about him (in some cases they take huge) seems to speak with a shoe phone, as Maxwell Smart, hehehe, is absurd. Another nonsense is bringing music micro speaker for that 50 years ago a Japanese invented a small device to listen to radio anywhere, the company named as "SONY" I had a very vocal "English" and banished the prejudices of the American people to Japan after the IIWW, well, that was called-transistor radio. Over the years these devices were integrated into more sophisticated ones like walkmans, mp3 and even telephones were invented headphones ever smaller but with a sound quality that make you feel to be listening to the Vienna Philharmonic when you're actually in a wagon Road subway home. Well, not now, now turns over again fifty years ago, we return to the transistor, a giant cell, to vintage and enlighten with candlelight, move in truck and shoot people in the streets and in the Far West, hahaha, is absurd but the worst is that we follow the trends that mark the consumer market. What you say about talking only funny, Diane, sometimes I wonder if the person does have a call on your phone or severe psychopathy, do not know if you talk to your boyfriend or with God, you are probably saying "kill them all" HA HA HA, a salute to the two, Diane and Andy

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  • Uploaded on December 31, 2012
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    by Gato Land
    • Camera: FUJIFILM FinePix HS10 HS11
    • Taken on 2012/12/31 18:07:50
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