Modern 21st-century life would be very different without WiFi. Imagine plugging in an Ethernet cable every time you wanted to use the Internet on your phone. It's akin to living like savages.
However, in the last couple of years, companies have gone to extremes, adding WiFi into seemingly every product they can think of. It's got to the point where everyday products have had WiFi and Bluetooth added to them, making them more expensive and harder to manufacture.
We've rounded up the ten products which really, honestly, do not need any connectivity and are fine as they are.
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