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13 Obsolete Office Supplies We'll Probably Never Know How To Use

No, but really, what is a fax? Prepare for a new kind of modern office with wireless charging and biometric passwords, all powered by Intel.

1. This printer with a phone on it:

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When would you ever use this?

2. This black-and-white phablet:

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100% dropped call rate. ๐Ÿ‘Ž

3. These old TVs:

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Probably only supports 720p.

4. This calculator that prints a receipt:

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And not a single preloaded game.

5. This first-generation e-reader:

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Why did they write so small in the first place?

6. This phone that still uses a scroll wheel:

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FYI: It doesn't hold a charge anymore.

7. These old-fashioned restaurant buzzers:

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Does 143 mean our food is ready?

8. This printer that only prints in real time:

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Soooo slow!

9. This scary four-toothed monster thing:

Nathan Bittinger (CC BY http://2.0) / Via Flickr: nathanbittinger

Surprisingly dangerous for a toy.

10. This flip book that doesn't even have pictures:

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11. This collectible trading card binder:

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You can't even tell which ones are rare.

12. These shiny-looking coasters:

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Pretty! ๐Ÿ˜

13. This actual sheet of paper:


LOL, wasn't this supposed to be a "paperless office"?

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