Keyboards? Mice? Disc drives? It may be time to pull the plugs, experts say.
RJ Jacquez (@rjacquez) brought this one to my attention. The article does make a lot of sense. Change is happening so fast that many are having a hard time keeping up, so the idea of having technology that "anchors" the user is appealing, like eating comfort food–it’s what you know. Getting rid of disks, wires and utilizing the cloud, among other things, is where we are going. I also think a big part of why tablets and other mobile items are becoming more popular is cost. After experiencing a big recession, tablets offer the kind of flexibility that many people seek for basic computing needs at an affordable price. Time will tell is the personal computer disappears altogether…
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