The first Casio G-Shock DW-5000C was launched in 1983,
gaining immerse popularity among the youngsters.
It had a water resistant depth of 200m and its battery life could last seven years.
Another popular model Casio F-91W was released in 1991.
The first VCR (videocassette recorder) was launched to the mass market in 1971. By the late eighties, they became reasonably affordable for a consumer to rent, play, record or watch a film in the comfort of his home. He could even schedule his video player to do a record of TV program at a later timing. By late nineties, video tapes became endangered species as VCDs (video compact discs) and DVDs (digital versatile discs) made their way into the video sector.