I`ve read many articles published by various editors on the death of the Desktop PC at the hand of Tablets, and I don`t put much stock in them. I, personally, will never give up having a Desktop. The raw power capabilities needed for ripping, converting, editing, compiling, and securing various data will always ensure it a place in my home, until the Desktop becomes a Wrist Computer with a direct neural interface. Or, at least, that`s my hope of what it will become. However, there is a potential death for the Desktop PC in the future, and it`s has nothing to do with advancing technologies..."
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