I agree that since the profile of one's desktop computer has been largely irrelevant for some time - whether it's a tower under the desk or a mini-PC attached to the back of a screen - how the computing power is delivered is less relevant than the devices you choose to go with it.
We may be seeing ARM-based devices return as competitive desktop computers, but they won't necessarily be dedicated desktop computers. But even if dedicated desktops become extinct, the practice of desktop computing will survive: it's just a way of working, after all.
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