Windows 10: Why the desktop PC is far from dead

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  1.    21 Jan 2015 #10

    Hi there

    I said (and if you scroll back in the past posts you can see I was almost laughed off the site when I predicted that slabs were only a temporary phase) that slabs (at least the Non convertible types) were just a passing fad - and the Market has borne this out. PC's made the largest come back over the Xmas period for several years while sales of slabs are falling and continue to fall.

    Convertibles such as Ms surface pro 3 probably get the best of both worlds. Ms hasn't been so dumb as a lot of people think. They really though do need to kill off RT - it's not going anywhere.

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  2.    21 Jan 2015 #11

    adamf said: View Post
    Lady Fitzgerald said: View Post
    Tablets have saturated the market and sales are dropping somewhat while PC sales have started going up again.
    And that is apropos of what exactly?
    Is this some north american thing about throwing not particularly good things out of airplane windows?
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    Lady Fitzgerald said: View Post
    Perhaps. You can't tell with these Europeans. It could have been a joke.
    The ZD guy was an idiot though. If you work in IT you work with what you are given (I do). If you do it as a hobby you buy what you want.
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  4.    21 Jan 2015 #13

    So far, the only "ass" and "idiot" I've seen so far is you, especially with your North American "thing" crack. And I thought the guy who wrote the article was dead on.
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