I’m looking at your 3rd slide and all those devices either absolutely have to be in different locations, or they’re already “unified” (for example most routers have a USB port that you can connect hard drives to).
Absolutely wrong. These things are damn expensive to produce, and it’s sssoooooo niche that they’d have to run ultra-low quantities. I bet even if Eve sold them for half the production price, they would still be more expensive than building a PC and buying all those other devices separately.
Oh you mean overpriced shit? They only have one core value, you know…
No. It’s not. Desktops are just as upgradable as they ever were. Sure you will need a new motherboard when you buy a new processor. That was always the case. In fact, there were times esch motherboard was made specifically for a single CPU model. Now you can put entire two generations of Intel processors (maybe three after they broke tick-tock) into the same motherboard socket without upgrading anything else.
Unlike laptops, desktops are actually modular. Maybe you don’t have a desktop? Let me explain. Why in the world would you still be living with Pentium 4 when GTX 1080 is already out? It would partially make sense with a laptop: you need a lot of money to buy a new one, and if you want it to have GTX1080 you’ll have to save up a long time. But with a desktop, you can upgrade your CPU without changing your GPU. Or the other way around. You can upgrade it in incremental steps, for example buy a CPU + motherboard for $300. Then buy a GPU for another $200. No one’s asking you to wait around with your Pentium 4 in 2017 just to get a new GPU.
Umm, wat? Explain plz. Does this mean “upgradeable with a microphone+speakers”?