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On 03/20/2013 01:50 PM, Joe Zeff wrote:
> Over a dozen years ago, I had a PDA with a keyboard attachment. It
> worked fine, but it wasn't exactly convenient to carry. The whole point
> of a smartphone or tablet is convenience, and adding accessories that
> are larger than the original device seems a bit counter-intuitive.
Indeed. Most of the time, I only want to carry my phone. When I work
on-site, I want to carry my laptop. Right now, I have to carry my phone
AND my laptop. If the phone docked in the "laptop" as a peripheral, I'd
actually be carrying less than I do now. And when I'm at home, I'd dock
the phone into a full size monitor and keyboard. I'd have my data with
me all the time, without having to sync between multiple devices. How
does that not sound awesome?
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