A liquid crystal display (LCD) is a thin, flat electronic visual display that uses the light modulating properties of liquid crystals (LCs).

Today they’re most commonly seen in televisions and computer screens, but in the early 1980s the successor to the LED was seen in schoolyards and offices inside shiny new games, watches and other technological marvels from Hong Kong and Japan.

Never designed to last the test of time, some still remain some 30 years later and surface at garage (yard/boot) sales, deceased estates, and auction websites buried among other items from a forgotten time.

This website will showcase some of the best of the era from the author’s past and present collection.

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