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What should ones next device be released today by First Class Posting
(PRWEB) February 24, 2014
Desktop computers are still the bread and butter of the industry; reliable workhorses capable of running the most advanced processors at the best price. Laptops are becoming increasingly powerful, and an increasing number of users are considering moving to the laptop as their primary computing device and desktop replacement. Tablets are still in their infancy, and the market for tablets didnt even exist a few years ago. As such, they are still figuring out their place in the overall technology market.
Since buying a new computing device is a major investment, it is important to know which device will be best suited to ones needs, now and a couple years down the line.
Laptops are increasingly becoming the computing device of choice for many professionals. Being mobile has historically meant that sacrifices had to be made elsewhere. However, recent technological advances have made laptops far more feasible as a desktop replacement. Intels new microprocessor, commonly known as the Haswell microprocessor, is dramatically reducing power consumption on laptops. Industry Expert and entrepreneur Jason Hope recently said, Intels new microprocessors are giving users what they have wanted since laptops were developed: powerful mobile devices that can last all day on one battery charge. Indeed, the power management built into the new Intel chips has resulted in truly staggering battery life specs. The most notable example of this is the estimated 15-hour battery life of the 13-Inch MacBook Air. The increasingly affordable Solid-State Drives (SSD) are further reducing power demands of laptops across the spectrum.
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