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____/ Phil Da Lick! on Wednesday 12 Oct 2011 12:43 : \____
>> There are those who will say that old-style workstations won't be around for
>> 10 more years, not in abundance anyway. Some phones already have 1024x768
>> resolution (on just about 4 inches).
> They won't be as abundant as what they are now that's for sure, but is
> anyone seriously suggesting that office and industrial workers will
> completely ditch their PCs for larger phones?
I don't think it's a matter of size, but something about interaction.
Mice and keyboards are getting long in the tooth. Phones already grew
to become "big phones" (tablets).
~~ Best of wishes
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