1958, Kodak Introduces the Retina Reflex, a robust, high quality camera
1968 - Kodak introduces the Instamatic, a easy to use, cheap and fun camera
2003 - Apple Introduces the iBook G3. an easy to use, cheap and fun mac.
1972 - Kodak introduces the Pocket Instamatic. Very Small, few compromise camera (with good picture quality). Possibly the perfect compact camera.
2008 - Apple Introduces the MacBook Air. Very Small, some compromises, still decent speed mac.
1982 - Kodak introduces the Kodak Disc Camera. Thinner than anyone requested, horrible picture quality. Needs special slow speed (max 200 ISO) "disc" film.
Kodak was then considered invincible. Entire "disc" range of cameras and system discontinued 6 years after (1988)
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2015 - Apple Introduces "MacBook". Thinner than anyone requested, slow speed. Needs disappointing, slow and buggy "Yosemite" OS
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