But can it run Crysis?
not powerful enough to outright replace desktop pcs yet, but the portability still makes it incredibly useful
Planned obselescense they all break within 3 years to keep you buying them
I remember how in 2007 I had to buy a new desktop computer to run Oblivion. Now it would run on a smartphone. Pretty crazy when you think about it.
It's a state-of-the-art surveillance and data-collecting tool! Just for you! On the go!
All I do is surf the internet and listen to music. Why would I need an overpowered computer?
Microsoft really dropped the ball when it came to their phone. They could've made it so your phone replaced your desktop computer (just slide it into a dock when you are home and get a full windows environment on your phone), but instead they just made another shitty phone OS that no one wanted.
Buying a phone is a waste of money, they're small, underpowered computers with a tiny screen, and they're literally designed to break or become slow in 3 years.
Also they are absolute shit for games or any kind of real work, their only purpose is to take selfies for social media.
I enjoy browsing the internet in bed though, I also use it as a dictionary, alarm, authenticator, and listen to music when not at my pc
>>282676>I enjoy browsing the internet in bed though
Bed is for sleeping, wiz. Stop ruining your brain by shining a bright light directly into your eyes at night.
leaf pile for sleeping, ungga
no hurt head looking at bright scary fire at night
good rest enjoyers, pain-free eye enthusiasts, napaholics
When does Microsoft NOT drop the ball? LOL
People who aren't nearsighted faggots.