Why would you buy a PC Anymore?

Tim Cook, Apples’s appointed CEO after the well respected and the late Steve Jobs, thinks that Personal Computers such as the ones found at your home’s desktopir?source=bk&t=tecpor-20&bm-id=default&l=ktl&linkId=eb6872309f5b3d807f7c8ef3cdbdb13e&_cb=1447184573024 is pointless, and declares that the end of the PC is nigh like we should even care.

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I think if you’re looking at a PC, why would you buy a PC anymore? No really, why would you buy one?

Like everyone else before him who foresaw the end of PCs even though it never happened, Tim Cook is just begging to be noticed, especially his shiny new iPad Pros that comes with a pointless (smooth point) stylus – I mean Apple Pencil.

Yes, the iPad Pro is a replacement for a notebook or a desktop for many, many people. They will start using it and conclude they no longer need to use anything else, other than their phones.

PC is here to stay, especially the PCs used to design these so-called “PC replacement” products. Sure, you could use phones & tablets to do menial to important tasks, but for heavy workload, & for specialized tasks that needs the precision of a keyboard & mouse nothing could beat a PC – desktop or not.

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Why would you buy a PC anymore? Look at PC Gaming, look at all the people who requires the horsepower of a personal computer, and you’ll find the answer. 2 years ago, personal computers have already surpassed the console market last year when it comes to gaming, and it is estimated that PC Gaming will continue to boom with an estimated $35 Billion revenue in 2018. By the way, by the end of 2014, PC Gaming already reached beyond 26 Billion in revenue according to DFC Intelligence’s figures.

When the day comes that I could play my games, run my desired applications, and do my work flawlessly on a tablet, I would consider clearing my desktop. But then again, when that day arrived, I’d like to see how powerful PCs have become.

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