It’s been a vestige of a long-gone era, along with VCRs and car phones — but now, Sony has dug the Walkman out of the closet and updated it for 2015.
At this week’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, the company unveiled a digital Walkman aimed at the high-end user who wants top-notch sound quality.
And those users will have to pay for it, too: The neo-Walkman costs a whopping $1,100 (that would buy you so many cassettes!). But the pull from the nostalgia pile got us thinking: What other products from the ’80s and ’90s do we want to see return for the modern age? Here, five gadgets begging for a 2015 update: More