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THE BROAD VIEW

Retro gadgets get a tech reboot

This year's Consumer Electronics Show throws the spotlight on old-school must-haves

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Polaroid OneStep 2 future concept instant cameras take pride of place alongside high-tech gizmos at CES 2018 in Las Vegas on Jan 12. Polaroid Corp unveiled the OneStep 2, a new, US$99 "instant analogue camera".

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The Nokia 3310 comes in four colours loaded with the hit game, Snake.

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BlackBerry's KeyOne is being revived with its signature cult-hit keyboard intact.

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EVEN as we flirt with Jetsons-style bathrooms hooked up to digital assistants and breakneck races of flying "cars," one thing remains clear: Despite ever-improving technology, our nostalgia-tuned minds remain glued to the rear-view mirror. Last week at CES, Kodak made that

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