Sony did this ages ago, but the rear speakers ate the batteries.
Being born in 69, I used all that stuff, but did t turn on a computer until March 1992. I started an NVQ (vocational training) course in IT (I got a distinction).
After this I got a job for a very.large international company. I then realised on day 1, that it wasn't word perfect I'd used in training, but word star. So I had to print 120 pages of help files, and learn. WordPerfect pretty quickly. lol
I remember in late 80s, going to a well known high end entertainment shop (sold spkrs, amps, preamps etc) and asking for a video disc (it preceded the dvd and console of today), I'd seen on tomorrow's world.
I chewed so many y tapes on my Walkman, that I got a discman, then found d that was worse, then got a shock proof discman.... It wasn't shockproof. I skipped dac tapes, as by the time I knew what they were, portables disc players were arriving.