The future of the desktop computer

Posted on Saturday, April 15 2006 @ 15:50 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Roger L. Kay from eWeek takes a look at the future of the desktop:
With all the hoopla over climbing sales of notebooks, the desktop is already a dead puppy in many people's minds. This leap of imagination exists despite the fact that desktops still represent the majority of systems shipped worldwide each year.

While the rise of the "notebook ratio" (the number of notebooks divided by the number of notebooks and desktops combined) can't be ignored, several ongoing requirements will drive the survival of the desktop as it morphs into more usable forms.
You can read more over at eWeek.

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