Don't forget that it's more expensive to make electronics smaller and run in an poor thermal environment (like a sealed phone)
Or even a small form factor computer like the one I'm using right now.
So I don't buy that the "desktop" computer is going to go away completely either.
Neither do I, really. In fact, I went from a laptop to a desktop because I don't need the portability, I got to choose the hardware, and I didn't have to pay for a Windows licence I would otherwise have been forced to accept along with the rest of my purchase. But other people will go the same way just to get better performance, better expansion possibilities and better value for money for certain kinds of components.
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