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Packard we profits that they reported -- in the part of this really the wake up call of their earnings report.
Was that the tablets we know all the rage -- PCs are obviously in some trouble how much trouble -- FOX & Friends has played more here -- I gotta ask you there are pieces really.
On the way out are we looking at the typewriters circa 1980 if I still have one of those.
Fantastic Digi key is missing.
-- you know I think we we're getting into this -- shift now we're just trying to define what a personal computer it's I mean what is a personal computer anymore.
Is it that large clunky desktop it sits there with the tower.
For HP that tower business is really declining and you're seeing that across the more from a lot of different companies.
The people maybe don't want to have to walk upstairs on the third floor their house or something.
It's in this one office space -- sit there and use the computer but to me your personal computer PC is a computer that you take with you.
So if if the PC is dying I don't see that I think the tablet space is growing by my by leaps and bounds.
So just depend -- double talk about the -- the big tower the traditional PC -- -- do that we grew up with my son has -- in his room but he also has a tablet what does -- -- more the -- yeah all right -- and I and I think all of his friends -- the -- -- ultimately.
Outside of a few relative and Erica is that particular into the business that -- to the business just about over know.
You know this does shortly before Steve Jobs died he said and one of his keynotes that he said that there's always going to be a place for the PC that tower that type of of the -- the larger.
Device he described it as a truck first car we're always gonna need that heavy lifting somehow.
Now whether or not your son needs an -- -- basis maybe the family wants one place in the home where they can actually have this PC.
But it's you cannot discount the fact that people are stunning views of tablets for just about everything.
Preferences are working on a piece right now on -- brought this and this is the iPad this is Logitech case.
More more and more people and companies are now deploying -- -- As their work mean -- computers a lot particular that's so cool like that Bluetooth keyboard I can.
You know -- -- there for three hours on a laptop and getting battery life -- give me eleven hours on a better battery life.
Working over the same capacity it's all saved in the cloud and I don't have to worry about hard drive failures in crashes and losing all of my documents it's all stored up on companies' servers that would.
Might even be given -- that's his argument or this debate if you will it even the traditional laptop maybe that's also poised to be so we're doesn't wanna explain what is this funky old thing got started placing you -- yet nobody comes down to that there are certain industries I think in the end -- interest do you bring -- Steve Jobs because.
You go to our graphics department you go to any place that uses a lot of heavy graphics the movie industry and so forth you see them working with those big.
Our Macintosh right because the computing power just not there yet however.
I have a friend who worked on Star Wars he worked with George Lucas on some of the the most recent run of the Star Wars films.
And -- computers that they were processing the images on back -- about 1112 years ago whenever it was now.
Are now able to fit inside of an iPhone the same processing power that's an iPhone was what they were using in the larger computers to process the Star Wars graphics and yet IBM sitting near an all time high and and had gone to -- with the main -- right supposed to have been gone.
At least two -- three decades ago so maybe there's a niche market for -- -- -- but it won't be.
Regular businesses or homes them I think the heavy lifting will still remain.
What you'll see is widespread tablet is the future you would bring the coolest stuff -- their -- check out the Logitech stock after the show.
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