How to use the Galaxy Nexus as a desktop replacement

ExtremeTech: Phone makers have been toying with HDMI output for the last few years, but the functionality has been limited. You might have been able to stream some video to a larger display, but controlling the device still meant touching the screen. Starting with Honeycomb on tablets, and continuing with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS), Google has started adding the features to Android for it to be a desktop replacement.

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fatstarr3249d ago (Edited 3249d ago )

a tablet/phone will never be a desktop environment. sorry google but it just doesnt compare its fun to use but I just dont see it as a desktop replacement.

this goes to google, apple and microsoft -__- I hope you guys stop this and stop trying to kill off desktops.