How 10 Popular Products Looked When They Were First Created

Published December 9th, 2020 - 02:07 GMT

 

Over years, the products we use in our daily lives evolved a lot. There are numerous products that we enjoyed in our childhood that we no longer use, and others that had evolved in a way  that one would not even recognize. 

Here is a list of the first versions of 10 products that look very different from its current used versions.

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1. First Siemens Mobile phone:

1. First Siemens Mobile phone: First Siemens mobile phone was launched in 1985 and was called Siemens Mibiltelefon C1.

2. First Barbie Doll:

2. First Barbie Doll: Launched in 1959 by American businesswoman Ruth Handler who was inspired by a German doll called (Bild Lilli).

3. Apple First Laptop

3. Apple First Laptop: One of the things Apple is known for is its sleek laptops. Apparently this was not the case years ago! Believe it or nothing, this is how their first laptop looked like! Made by Steve Jobs and his friend Steve Woznika in 1976 using one electric circuit.

4. First Canon Camera

4. First Canon Camera: It was released in 1934 as Kwanon. The name was inspired by the name of God of Mercy in the Buddhist religion “Kwannon”, hoping their dream comes true in making their company a pioneer in the camera industry at that time.

5. Bosch First fridge

5. Bosch First fridge: Produced in 1933, this is how Bosch first fridge looked like. If you're trying to find it, it's that circular cabinet on the right.

6. First Ford car:

6. First Ford car: This is how Ford first car looked like; produced in 1903 by Henry Ford and sold in the same year.

7. First Samsung TV

7. First Samsung TV: First Samsung TV was produced in 1970 in black and white and was 12 inch in size.

8. First version of Microsoft Windows:

8. First version of Microsoft Windows: This is how Microsoft Windows looked like in its first version “Window 1:0" in 1985.

9. First IKEA Catalogue

9. First IKEA Catalogue: IKEA published its first catalogue in 1951 and this is how it looked like.

10. First Lego Toy:

10. First Lego Toy: Produced in 1953, the first lego toy was a wooden duck.

1. First Siemens Mobile phone:
2. First Barbie Doll:
3. Apple First Laptop
4. First Canon Camera
5. Bosch First fridge
6. First Ford car:
7. First Samsung TV
8. First version of Microsoft Windows:
9. First IKEA Catalogue
10. First Lego Toy:
1. First Siemens Mobile phone:
1. First Siemens Mobile phone: First Siemens mobile phone was launched in 1985 and was called Siemens Mibiltelefon C1.
2. First Barbie Doll:
2. First Barbie Doll: Launched in 1959 by American businesswoman Ruth Handler who was inspired by a German doll called (Bild Lilli).
3. Apple First Laptop
3. Apple First Laptop: One of the things Apple is known for is its sleek laptops. Apparently this was not the case years ago! Believe it or nothing, this is how their first laptop looked like! Made by Steve Jobs and his friend Steve Woznika in 1976 using one electric circuit.
4. First Canon Camera
4. First Canon Camera: It was released in 1934 as Kwanon. The name was inspired by the name of God of Mercy in the Buddhist religion “Kwannon”, hoping their dream comes true in making their company a pioneer in the camera industry at that time.
5. Bosch First fridge
5. Bosch First fridge: Produced in 1933, this is how Bosch first fridge looked like. If you're trying to find it, it's that circular cabinet on the right.
6. First Ford car:
6. First Ford car: This is how Ford first car looked like; produced in 1903 by Henry Ford and sold in the same year.
7. First Samsung TV
7. First Samsung TV: First Samsung TV was produced in 1970 in black and white and was 12 inch in size.
8. First version of Microsoft Windows:
8. First version of Microsoft Windows: This is how Microsoft Windows looked like in its first version “Window 1:0" in 1985.
9. First IKEA Catalogue
9. First IKEA Catalogue: IKEA published its first catalogue in 1951 and this is how it looked like.
10. First Lego Toy:
10. First Lego Toy: Produced in 1953, the first lego toy was a wooden duck.