A portmanteau of technology and antiquity. Techniquity is used to refer to technological antiques, especially those no longer in use or circulation. It can also be applied to periods of time.
The Atari 2600 is a techniquity.

Most of the so-called revolutionary technological inventions of the 1980s would be considered techniquities by today's standards.
by Zweihander-FA September 18, 2009

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