These were widely used for communication in the 90s before the advent of mobile phones.
Televisions were an important source of entertainment in the 90s and colour TVs were becoming more affordable and accessible to a wider audience.
Cassette players were a popular way to listen to music in the 90s, with many households owning at least one.
VCRs, or video cassette recorders, were a popular way to watch movies and recordings at home.
Personal computers were becoming more affordable and accessible in the 90s, leading to a growing number of households owning one.
Nintendo, Sega consoles and games were quite popular among the younger generation.
Film cameras were widely used by people in the 90s for capturing memories.
Walkman was a portable cassette player brand by Sony, which was popular among Indian youth in the 90s.