Nirvana! In a Phone!

By  |  Tuesday, February 2, 2010 at 11:55 am

For several years now, I’ve been telling people that I think the future of personal computing and communications involves all desktops and most laptops eventually going away, and the PC becoming a smartphone with a continuous broadband connection. When we need more display real estate and a good keyboard, we’ll use screens and keyboards which will be conveniently located all over the place, which can instantly make a wireless connection with our smartphone.

We’re not there yet. Actually we’ve got a long way to go until we get there. But here’s an interesting piece by VentureBeat’s Anthony Ha about the Nirvana project–whose goal is to bring parts of this idea to reality right now…



3 Comments For This Post

  1. Justin Ramirez Says:

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  2. Michael B Says:

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