Motorola DynaTAC 8000X. The DynaTAC was my first cell phone. I got in in the late Eighties, when the price had come down under $1,000. Initially, they were over $3,000. The networks were so bad that you had to walk around outside to get a signal. But, it was cool to have one, and, even then, I loved gadgets. All it did was make phone calls, and it didn't even do that well. Back then you could get a kit in your car that would charge the thing while you were driving. It was huge, and we called them "car phones" back then. Motorola was the king of cellular. I moved on to smaller flip phones; but, this one was my first.