Desktop PC’s have long been deprived of, what’s called, the System Unit – what you see on the screen is either reduced to the size of the book (more recently the size of the stick), or moved to the body of the display, turning your computer into a monoblock. The modern iMac from Apple does not have this restriction which results in the beauty of its display, but today it has serious competition from the HP Envy 34 Curved.
When you’re ready to experience true computing power, it requires a leap forward about 10 mobile technology years. The mobile device is now where PC’s were in 2005, as far as computing power goes, and the PC has continued to evolve. In fact, humanity’s health, hopes, dreams and ultimately the exploration of space are tied to its evolution.
The HP Envy 34 Curved desktop is a success – a 32-inch large object with a curved screen at the right angle, resolution in pixels 3440 x 1440 and displayed in a professional IPS panel with the widest viewing angles and an aspect ratio of 21: 9.
Options include the most advanced components, Intel Core i5 and i7 processors of the sixth generation Skylake, and 8 or 16GB of RAM DDR4, 128GB up to 2 terabyte of SSD hard drive and a NVIDIA GeForce 960 discrete graphics card. The computer has built-in acoustics, network card, and HDMI output and USB 2.0 & 3.0 running Widows 10.
Read Article (GloriaSt | itechfuture.com | 10/08/2015)
This is an example of what a mobile device is actually designed on, so don’t get it twisted. So what did you think they were designed on? But the power of mobile technology is undeniable, and resistance is futile. The problem is learning to use them.
Currently, for those that wish learn or enhance their skillset, access to an effective method of learning to use a mobile device is limited but together we can change that.
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