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The Death of PC - Full Report from Business Insider

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This a special presentation on how our personal computing habits are changing with new technology. PandoraVN - One of the best Technology News Websites in Vietnam: http://pandora.vn

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  • Kalawadh Kalawadh What will take over the Servers and the Mainframes?
    The business cannot run without them. Even the Mobile and Fixed Exchanges still using PCs.
    The Mobile will be used as a device to communicate for banking etc.
    PCs will never die!!!
    This is a sale propaganda, Do not you believe it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!11

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  • marcojr marcojr @jcgonzalez I understand the numbers of the market, but I am still repeat: Press trying to sell the idea that tablet/mobiles will kill the PC. Currently I'm installing Winfows 8 on my mom's PC It's a Vaio Cores 2 Duo with 4 gb Ram and 3 years of use !!!!!! Why the press can't tell the true ? The true is simple: That thing where new versions of Windows requires each time a more powerfull machine is over.This era is over.The W8 run very veru well on my mon's pc.The only thing that's really dead is our habit to upgrade our hardware at least once for each 2 years.If this behaviour is over, the numbers will drop indeed.The only metric we can consider is visit reports of web sites.If the numbers starts to show us that visits using PC is about to die...Ok, it's about to die and time to accept :)
    But this will not happen...at least not so soon...The coexistance will exists.Maybe more numbers to portable devices ? Yes, maybe ! Why not ? But this will not means that PC is dead.
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  • marcojr marcojr @robeady a VOIP could be a evolution of a landline.Even trough IP protocol, still a landline with some how.Still have coexistance with cell phones.Maybe was my bad use the expression LandLine.Plz replace the term LandLine for: a wired phone (at least the base). 1 year ago
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  • RobEady Rob Eady @RandyLampSr Oh - and I never said PC's were going to disappear entirely - but the options for businesses, especially large enterprise to step away from the PC as a primary workstation is coming near and for some already exists. 1 year ago
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  • RobEady Rob Eady @RandyLampSr I'd agree to some degree - specifically with regards to gamers. However with the advent of more powerful laptops - even some gamers have switched over - though many more have switched across to consoles. But the real issue is this. How many businesses needed a system capable of gaming or video editing for the 100's/1000's of workstations they have in their offices? 1 year ago
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  • RandyLampSr Randy Lamp Sr. OK,,, lets agree on this....the first PC w/ Ram came out in the 1950's and did not become common in the consumer market till the early 1990's... laptops,,, lets say 2000's . (1985 IBM) PC used for gaming and desktop applications. Laptop field applications...they both have a place in the market....not many gamer's look to the laptop!!!!! They will both survive in this mobile market....they will never kill this video (PC) star!! 1 year ago
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  • RobEady Rob Eady @JohnWarner4 At present I agree we're at that stage - but at the present rate of advancement in tablet / reduced footprint computing, business applications for new devices, etc. desktop/laptop systems won't likely be all that relevant and will be overkill for most workers. 1 year ago
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  • JohnWarner4 John Warner @RobEady I have to reiterate any Business is in Business to make money and PC/Laptops offer more flexible options while the current smartphones and tablets narrow things to a single options. 1 year ago
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  • RobEady Rob Eady @marcojr All of us have landlines and cells at home and office.

    Not true in many cases for business. We have Cisco phones and an Asterisk VoIP server - all communications via internet. No need for landlines and a spectacular cost savings. No noise, interruptions, etc.

    There is nothing wrong with advancing technologies, making them smaller, more power and processor efficient, which is what the smartphone and tablet market has done a very good job at. I suspect in 1-3 years we'll all be using something that looks a lot less like a desktop computer and we won't miss them.

    Oh and by the way - I didn't correct you on it before, but a PC is a personal computer, not a Wintel machine. A mac is also a PC - all those ads a couple years ago screwed up peoples idea of what a PC was. Any computer is a personal computer. What I expressed was whether we need big kludgy desktop systems or whether we can exist quite happily with low power devices that can do the same things as a desktop.

    Cheers and Peace.
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  • RobEady Rob Eady @JohnWarner4 And that was clearly my point - we need a battery replacement ecosystem that allows for these things to be swapped out easily. But based on their size, cost of shipping, etc., what would be a brighter idea would be to have a hot-swap program where you just swap the whole device for another. 1 year ago
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