Processors are becoming smaller and faster all the time. Its those attributes that have given rise to the flurry of powerful mobile devices we see today. Todays phone or tablet is faster than most desktops or laptops that existed even 5 years ago and just as powerful or as useful as a great deal that exist today. Not only that, but phones and tablets are relatively inexpensive compared to desktops and laptops and offer the greater benefits of portability as well. So, when you consider the fact that most of your needs can be met by a smartphone or a tablet or a combination of the two, where does that leave the laptop and the desktop? There is no doubt that the tablet has taken a portion of that market and as time goes on and they become more powerful and services like cloud storage and streaming technology become better they will take more. So could we be looking at the slow death of the laptop and the desktop? Shaun and Pete discuss that and more in this episode of AgNerds.
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