Mobile devices are close to replacing everyday computers

Posted By on November 26, 2012

Mobile smartphone and tablet devices are closing in on replacing at least our pcgalaxynote2portable notebook and laptop computers (story link), but according to early “Cyber Monday” sales numbers, laptop/notebook computers are the number one sellers. I’m personally not ready to eliminate the notebook or desktop computer, but mobile OS devices have improved dramatically and I can see we are not too far off. I use both the smartphone and iPad far more than expected and find myself reading and typing emails on them often. My mobile Apple devices aside, the new Samsung Galaxy Note II Android device (and other with multiple core processors phones and tablets in the works) are even more impressive than I thought … video below.

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  • Jim Rathman

    New to your blog but enjoyed the horseshoe crab information yesterday and thoughts on mobile computers. How can I subscribe to your posts by email?

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