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'80s gadgets the X-Men would love

The 1980s represent a treasure trove of popular culture, fashion and, of course, gadgets. Technology was evolving more rapidly than it ever had before, and people were developing precursors to the devices we carry around today.    As we've seen in X-Men: Apocalypse, the X-Men mutants wouldn't have been immune to the crazes and fads of this decade.     Here are some of the gadgets we think these characters would get really excited about.
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