Is the Desktop PC Dead?
A look at how even with falling sales, desktops are still relevant
For much of the 1990s and 2000s, it wasn’t unusual for people to upgrade their computers every two or three years or so. They had to—not only were laptops comparatively rare and bulky in those days, but software requirements advanced so significantly that hardware specs grew in tandem.
Note: Rob just purchased a new DeskTop: Asus VC66-CB5018ZN VivoMini PC