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Smartphone shifts PC and Laptop

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In the past, before laptops and smartphones were known to the general public, computers were one of the most loved technology products. Various magazines and tabloids always discuss the development of computer technology. Yes, usually the growth of a computer is identical to the processor that is attached to the computer's motherboard. But along with the growth of the era, the arrival of computers began to be shifted by the presence of laptops. Laptops with a slimmer and smaller design are easy to carry anywhere, let alone can fit into a bag.

But now the market share of computers and laptops doesn't seem to be as booming as the 90s to 2000. From 2010 to 2018 people prefer to buy smartphones than buying computers or laptops. Smartphones can now take over from laptops if what we focus on is internet connectivity. With a smartphone, we don't need to carry a whole modem.

It is also possible to read email with a smartphone, besides that the status of the messenger application now seems to take over the position of SMS. People prefer fun messengers than texting. For telephone calls, the author feels that it is more economical to use an information package than a telephone using a voice package.

Calling abroad using the WA application will be more efficient when compared to calling outside the country using a voice package. Well, that's a bit of a smartphone advantage compared to computers and laptops. But for work that is not related to the internet, computers and laptops cannot be replaced by smartphones.

For example, an architect would be safer to draw with AutoCAD on a computer or laptop. Smartphones are generally only used to send photos that have been made in JPEG or PDF format.

So for the writer's opinion, the arrival of smartphones does not shift the role of computers and laptops. But it meets the existing technology. We can't all leave computers and laptops, besides we also use smartphones in our work every day. Smartphones are indeed instant for sending files, talking, reading and sending e-mails.

However, the smartphone was originally designed as a communication tool, not designed as an electronic feature that can carry out office tasks that involve computing, design, information processing, information input, and storage of information in very large capacities.

Although currently there is cloud computing technology that allows us to store large amounts of information with smartphones. For example, with the Google Drive and DropBox applications, we can store quite a large amount of information.

What is clear, smartphones, computers and laptops have different uses and personalities. But it will be very powerful if we are able to integrate all three in our daily work.

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Nice post. Yes, it depends on the purpose and use. I keep my smartphone at the bottom of my usage, desktop computer at the top, and laptop in the middle.

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5 months ago

Indeed. it can be concluded that both are part of the undisplaced , Thank you my friend

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5 months ago

it is a truth that has changed all of us our way of seeing and managing technology, smartphones are today a powerful portable tool for our daily lives

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5 months ago

when viewed in terms of usability, smartphones are more practical, but I don't think it will shift the two, because until now both are still being used.

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6 months ago

yes youre righ friend.

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6 months ago