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Submitted by Das Capitolin 920d ago | opinion piece

Desktop PC: Intel Says the End is Near (BmR)

BenchmarkReviews.com: Back on August 2010, I made a prediction: desktop PCs have an expiration date, and that time may not be far off. I followed-up that article with several more editorials that contained plenty of truth, but our readers commented in revolt. Even some of my industry peers said I was pessimistic, and that the enthusiast desktop PC industry would continue to thrive and grow. I later predicted key points that would prove themselves essential for Intel to sustain desktop motherboard development, and now Intel has announced the end of the desktop platform - or rather a slow three-year wind-down toward an end by 2016. Here's how the desktop PC ends... (Intel, Olin Coles, PC, PC hardware)

bebitech  +   920d ago
It should be noted though that this doesn't mean the death of the desktop, nor does it mean the death of all-in-one PC's like the iMac and Sony VAIO L and HP Envy (?) as they use laptop motherboards anyways.

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