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Viral Video: Kids react to old computers

(Source: YouTube) (Source: YouTube)
(FOX19) -

"What is that?"

That was the resounding question from kids when they were shown old computers in a new video that's gone viral.

‘The Fine Brothers' released a YouTube video where an old Apple computer from the 80s was revealed to kids, and their reactions are priceless.

Many people remember the days when computers couldn't fit in our bags or sit on our laps, but kids can't seem to wrap their mind around the old-school technology. What blew their minds the most was when they were told the Internet didn't exist in the 80s.

"How do you look up homework then?" a girl asked. She cringed when the interviewer told her people had to go to the library.

After repeatedly trying to use it but getting error messages, one kid summed it up perfectly: "This computer is an error." 

On your phone? Check out the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PF7EpEnglgk.

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